Are you an ex-boyfriend cloner?
A lot of people are.
Here’s how the story goes. You have a torrid love affair. The best sex of your life. Or maybe you feel you’ve met your soul mate, but something goes wrong and the relationship ends. He left her, she left him. Someone moved or was married or returned to their ex or whatever the scenario might be.
In the aftermath of something like this, it’s common that people try to clone their ex. If you had a tall blonde, you go looking for another tall blonde. If your ex was a Scorpio with a corvette, you look for another Scorpio with a corvette.
Your ex worked for ABC, your new man works for CBS.
You date a string of Brazilian men, a bunch of engineers, A bunch of Aries who have Venus in Pisces, or whatever you can find that will connect you to this person who has left your life. I’ve done this myself!
It’s an effort to put it back the way it was. You think you’re zeroing on on something so you can get it right, but in reality you’re swimming ’round a little fishbowl and you know what? Cloning your ex never works.
Think about it. Do you really want to hook up with a clone of the man (or woman) who left you? Marry a facsimile of someone you loved, or who once loved you?
Lots of people do this, to no good end. But you can learn how to break free of his trap.
Are you dating a template? Fed up with failing and ready to raise your game? I call this “the wrong idea of what’s right for you.” If you suffer from it, it can ruin your life!