This our Magic of Making Up Review a get your ex back guide created by T.W. Jackson.
The Magic of Making Up is an incredibly popular guide for those who want their ex back. After our first reading of the guide we were not too sure why it was so popular. The Magic of Making Up on the surface offers up what seems to be typical “tricks” to getting your ex back and other head games that will “make your ex come crawling back”. Those things plus a sales page that offers videos that really need to move back from the full screen close-up of TW Jackson’s face made us wary that this was going to be some cheesy amateur knock-off of better get your ex back guides.
Okay so what works with the Magic of Making Up?
There is a fair amount of good advice to take here. One key principle we like is that it recommends admitting where you were wrong and apologizing to your ex for it and doing it promptly. This is a different approach from many guides that have a “no contact” rule. We like this because if you are honest about this you will be creating good will and helping yourself out by ridding yourself of some of the guilt you may have. I know it may sound corny but taking care to address where you were wrong in a relationship can go a long way to fixing it. Nothing like owning up to your side and doing it without anger and recrimination. This apology will clear up a lot of the negative emotions you have that are attached to the break-up and help you approach the reconciliation with a clear head. The guide does not just tell “Go say your sorry” but walks you through the process and tells you how to say it and when to say it. There is not a lot of grey area in this chapter. All of this may really surprise your ex and help you make use of some of the other action steps outlined in the guide. This Clean Slate Method is the best and most well presented part of the guide and what we think sets it apart from many of the others.
Is the Magic of Making Up a Scam?
Once you get past this chapter you will start to venture into cliche ridden suggestions that are presented as unconventional, counter intuitive and “make relationship therapists angry”. These may all be good hooks on the sales page but in reality the content offered is not any of those things. Maybe that is the problem with the Magic of Making Up is that its sales page seems too focused on making you believe that you are getting some secret method rather than a sound, tested method that works. Because the advice provided by The Magic of Making Up is good and it can work to help you get your ex back it just is not a “secret”. There is no problem in offering a guide that is 80% similar to other guides if the 20% that is different is quality and we believe that is the case here. The Clean Slate Method is great and is worth the price for the guide alone.
Now – a lot of the steps that the Magic of Making Up suggests you take are good and most importantly THEY WORK!! There are some manipulative tactics explained that are reminiscent of other guides reviewed here and we do not love these types of methods but they are effective. The key is to NEVER reveal what you have done. Some of the ideas about sex are good but a little conflicted. Some of the advice with regards to food is nonsense but overall we give The Magic of Making UP a recommendation because of what it gets right and what it offers that is original.
The Magic of Making Up has some good bonus offers, is fairly priced and has a hassle free 60 day money back guarantee. There are two key principle of it that really work and are different from the rest of the guides out there these are “The Clean Slate”, which we love, and the “Fast Forward Technique”. Given that there is a 60 day money back policy and the quality of some of the content and the fact that we feel the rest of the content will help you get your ex back we can recommend the Magic of Making Up.