How To NOT Break The No Contact Rule With Glenn Livingston

It’s not often that I say this but this may actually be one of my favorite episodes that I have ever done. And no, it’s not because I am talking about the no contact rule, AGAIN! Let me give you some background so what I say will make sense. Dr. Glenn Livingston is a superstar in the “Binge Eating” world. (I promise this will make sense in a moment.) In fact, this guy is so credentialed I was a little in awe while I was interviewing him, He is a veteran psychologist Long time CEO of a multi-million dollar consulting firm Has been featured in Chicago Sun Times, CBS Radio, New York Times And is the author of Never Binge Again Now, originally I had planned to make this interview all about the poor eating habits that I have seen women adopt after a breakup. Read More….

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3 thoughts on “How To NOT Break The No Contact Rule With Glenn Livingston

  1. Amy

    Hi Chris, Please help!!

    So I recently got back in touch with my ex after about 5-6 months of no contact. I had no intention of getting back in touch with him since I had learned he was using drugs. He had asked a mutual friend for my number because he felt he needed to talk to me again. He explained that he is off the drugs and is working on his excessive drinking.

    (Bit of background, I am only 16, he is 17 and has Aspergers and ADHD which is why I’m worried of certain things I say to him, he may not take it the same way others do).

    We have spoken nearly everyday for the last 2 weeks and its all gone smoothly. He has mentioned how I still look great and brought up memories of when we were together.
    However, I messaged him today after not speaking for a few days and he said he had done something wrong yesterday so he was feeling really bad. He didn’t say anything straight but he said how his arm was “still sore” so I asked if he had been in a fight or injected drugs. He denied both and said it was the “other thing.” This devastated and angered me so I immediately said I didn’t want to talk to him anymore at that moment. He didn’t fight me on it.

    What should I do in order to “win him back” or regain his attention? I really thought he was wanting to give us another try but this has shattered that dream at the minute.

    I would really appreciate some help please and as soon as possible!!

  2. EBR Team Member: Amor

    Hi Amy,

    that other thing, is that contradicting to your values? Is that something that is non-negotiable for you?