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Feedback on article: I found my destiny only in 10 years. : Natalya P., 32 years old
My mouth is full of testimonies, Am miss PRECIOUS E my husband left the home for two years to south Africa for a tourist,
where he meant this prostitute and he was bewitch by the girl my husband refuse to come back home again, i cry day and
night looking for who to help me, i read a news paper about a powerful spell caster called Dr Abulu and i contacted the
spell caster to help me get my lover back to me and he ask me not to worry about it that the gods we fight for me.. he told
me by mid-night when all the spirit is at rest he will cast a spell to reunite my lover back to me. and he did in less than
3 days my husband came back to me and started crying that i should for forgive him, i,m so happy for what this spell caster
did for me and my husband..

precious , age: 76 / 21.01.2013


Feedback on article: I just died. The story of suicide. : Natasha M., 28 years old
I just read your story Natasha. I have been left by a man that a have a great step g passion for but he does not want anything serious. After he has left and or returned my messages I feel I have no motive to live anymore. I want to die. I do t believe I will ever feel for someone the way I felt for him. I am now 30 and feel that my time to find live and running out. Without him I am literally nothing. I am glad you found love again

Sandy , age: 30 / 09.01.2013


wonder spell caster who brought back my ex
After being in relationship with him for 6 years,he broke up with me,I did everything possible to bring him back but all was in vain, I wantedhim back so much because of the love I have for him, I begged him with everything, I made promises but he refused. I explained my problem to someone online and she suggested that I should rather contact a spell caster that could help me cast a spell to bring him back but I am the type that never believed in spell, I had no choice than to try it, I mailed the spell caster, and he told me there was no problem that everything will be okay before three days, that my ex will return to me before three days, he cast the spell and surprisingly in the second day, it was around 4pm. My ex
called me, I was so surprised, I answered the call and all he said was that he was so sorry for everything that happened, that he wanted me to return to him, that he loves me so much. I was so happy and went to him, that was how we started living together happily again. Since then, I have made promise that anybody I know that have a relationship problem, I would be of help to such person by referring him or her to the only real and powerful spell caster who helped me with my own problem and who is different from all the fake ones out there. Anybody could need the help of the spell caster, his email is (blackspiritaultemple@gmail.com) you can email him if you need his assistance in your relationship or anything.

madam elizabeth , age: 36 / 08.01.2013


Feedback on article: Love spell and love magic are signs of extreme disrespect to a person. : Priest Daniel Sisoev
I just wanted to say thank you soooo much for the time that you took with me and helping me to get Jack back. Through all
the phone calls and e-mails, you were there for me and helped me to get him back. God has truly blessed you with a very
special gift. Never give up and always continue to follow Gods light as you have been and things will continue to look up
for you. Just as you told me, God always watches the actions of every person and makes determinations on their future based
upon this. Well, I did my part with the extensive negative releasing spell and kept in contact with you, probably more that
I should have. I have been blessed and I am grateful that God put you in my path.You are the perfect spell caster i have
never met,you can contact him with this email
blackspiritualtemple@gmail.com.he can help you all

sandra , age: 30 / 08.01.2013


Feedback on article: About Love Addiction. The 4 Practical Steps to Overcome Love Addiction. : Michael Hasminsky, crisis psychology
My God, I really needed this... I have been suffering for the last 8-9 mos. Now I have clarity on how to overcome a love
addiction to an unfaithful husband. Thanks so much.

Sheila , age: 42 / 07.01.2013


Feedback on article: About Love Addiction. The 4 Practical Steps to Overcome Love Addiction. : Michael Hasminsky, crisis psychology
Excellent! Well written and in depth in cause and examples! Thank you!

Rhonda , age: 50 / 27.11.2012


Feedback on article: Once in true love we cannot stop loving. : Priest Andrew Lorgus
Insightful.......thought provoking. thank you.
I am old..always seeking truth...you have sited things I have not considered before in my quest to understand human
relationships. Relationship with God is simple.......human is tricky, affected..

marie , age: pushing 70 / 10.10.2012


Feedback on article: About Love Addiction. The 4 Practical Steps to Overcome Love Addiction. : Michael Hasminsky, crisis psychology
Thank you, your article has just helped me so much. Not only an eloquent reality check of my own behavior within relationships and their end but
the most effective and simple advice for change. Thank you again.

Danny , age: 42 / 21.09.2012


Feedback on article: The myth that real love can happen only once in a lifetime was invented by romantics. : riest Andrew Lorgus
Wow! I never thought I will feel this way after my break-up,this is a great priest and it helped me more than I can say, I was thinking of
suicide or anything because I could not think of anything but my previous relationship,I am still young but I thought that's the end of me but
now I finally found myself and determined to do better with my life. Keep up the good work!

Mabobo patience , age: 23 / 31.08.2012


Feedback on article: Love spell and love magic are signs of extreme disrespect to a person. : Priest Daniel Sisoev
Hello,
I wish to seek an advice.
In fact yesterday night I had cast a binding love spell on someone (we are no more together and no more in touch with each other for about 1
month). I was rather desperate to get him back. Now that I have cast the spell for some specific reasons I wanted to break it so I have burnt
the photos. Can you please tell me if by burning the photos the binding love spell is broken and if it is not, can please tell how to break it
before anything happens.
Thanks in advance. Waiting impatiently for your reply.

A Amitesh Kumar , age: 29 / 13.08.2012


Feedback on article: Suicide ethods. Suicide without rose-colored spectacles . : Michael Khasminski, crisis psychologist, Peter Rozymni, expert in forensic medicine
Thank you for writing this article.

Anna , age: 28 / 04.08.2012


Feedback on article: About Love Addiction. The 4 Practical Steps to Overcome Love Addiction. : Michael Hasminsky, crisis psychology
Very well written for everyone and anyone to understand! Very eye opening as well! Noticed some things I myself have fallen
victim to. Luckily I was able to recognize and adjust eventually, but without having this knowledge its a miracle I was able
to do so. A friends mother put me onto this article as she is dealing with it, I hope by reading this I may be of some
comfort or assistance to her. Thank You!

John , age: 25 / 21.07.2012


Feedback on article: Suicide ethods. Suicide without rose-colored spectacles . : Michael Khasminski, crisis psychologist, Peter Rozymni, expert in forensic medicine
@ Iga: minimum fuss? you gotta be kidding me. My cousin committed suicide with very little "fuss," he just jumped out of the
window on the 9th floor. The pain to the whole family was ENORMOUS, his mother and sister have almost gone crazy. the
grandfather was speechless, he is still alive and his 20 y.o. gradson refused the gift of life. So in my opinion, there's no
way to do it without much "fuss."

Letika , age: 26 / 21.04.2012


Feedback on article: Suicide ethods. Suicide without rose-colored spectacles . : Michael Khasminski, crisis psychologist, Peter Rozymni, expert in forensic medicine
I think I still want to commit suicide. The pain is just too much.

I'd just like to do it with minimum fuss to the people around.

Iga , age: 31 / 20.04.2012


Feedback on article: Once in true love we cannot stop loving. : Priest Andrew Lorgus
i find this to be true,my wife of 20yrs, gave up and walked out,she kept comming back for sex for about 9 munths,i had to
put a stop to that it was killing me to see her leave after, she changed into a diferant person, i was told i was a good man
and someone would enjoy me and the things i do as a man but it just wasn't for her anymore , i could and still do not
understand how she could walk away from 20yrs together, but she did. its been over three yrs since i last seen her or my 20
yr old son, i've tryed to make contact with no reply, my feelings for her have not changed my love is still there, i do feel
it slipping some or i just try not think of her as often either way she still is in my heart, i feel the love i have for her
is true love, i have done some wrongs i know but that was in the past, 13yrs in our past but maybe she couldn't live with
it, or she wasn't truely in love with me as i was with her, who is to say, with no real answers i can only imagine why, its
not easy but i'm alive, miss her every day but love her enough to let her go,thanks

Don , age: 45 / 07.04.2012


Feedback on article: It was spring. : Marisha, 24 years old
I have very recently went through a very similiar situation. I am starting to feel better, but I still miss her so much.
Time will heal the hurt though, and your story helps and gives hope. It is so true that you learn about yourself through
difficult times (like the sports analogy that you learn much more through a loss than a win). Thank you, you have helped me
in my time of need. And good luck in your life!

Jim , age: 25 / 27.03.2012


Feedback on article: If you wait, your former partner definitely wont come back. : Evmeniy (Peristyi), Abbot
I could live with letting her go. But we have three children, and she's taking them too. I get them with me only half the
time. I miss them so painfully when they're away. Losing a spouse, losing my children half the time, losing my father to
cancer in the middle of it, and losing two jobs in the course of it, is too painful to bear. It is hell. And I can't get
out. So I am angry at her. I don't blame God. It is not his doing. I don't blame the kids. They are sad and
inconvenienced too. She is adulterous, corrupt, wicked, unfaithful, unloving, and as a result, all around her suffer. And
I can't stop it, despite my best and heroic efforts to save the marriage, love her, and keep a family together. I love her.
And, I hate what she has done and is doing. All I can do is stand up for myself and the kids. And move on, and get used to
the idea of coping being without them. (And, I do blame our legal system for allowing it. You want to go? Go. But don't
take the kids out of their home and away from the partner who is faithful and the parent who is responsible.)

Ed , age: 45 / 21.03.2012


Feedback on article: Love is always about giving without regard to your own losses. : Holly D'Andrea, attorney
thank you so much for this article... I have refered back to it several times and have identified how I have loved... and
how I desire to grow with a more truthful love and not a love that is "trying to compete on a scoreboard". so much I have
recognized after a relationship that I thought was built on a fortified love... little did I know, I had so much more to
learn about love, and in a sense am grateful to now where I can maturely see where I need to grow that when that "one" does
come... I am giving a healthy selfless love.

Logan Borja , age: 28 / 01.03.2012


Feedback on article: The gift of unrequited love. : Brother, 39 years old
Thanks for sharing article and creating this site. Nice to be able to find on the internet for those going through a
breakup. My boyfriend of the past 14 months has left me, and I've been lost for many weeks now wishing his return which may
not likely happen as he's moved on. The loss is like losing someone to death, and I've been inconsolable. He moved on much
easier than I have. I would like to say I'd like to also, but my heart loves more deeply than his, or it wouldn't matter to
me that it's over. Forgiveness and healing to follow, all of it will be uphill.

Jade , age: 53 / 25.02.2012


Feedback on article: Suicide ethods. Suicide without rose-colored spectacles . : Michael Khasminski, crisis psychologist, Peter Rozymni, expert in forensic medicine
the only argument I would make is this, yes there are ways of killing yourself painlessly but none of those I have tried is
guaranteed to work, and if one survives, then one has probably created lots of physical medical problems for oneself. One
last thing, don't think you can prevent a suicide, if the person has that serious intent, they will be upbeat with friends
and family,tell them they are feeling fine and how wonderful things are going to be, why? so that no-one can talk them out
of it, and so they have time to dies without being discovered before they have, been there done that.

graham , age: 50's / 22.02.2012


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