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Text Your Ex Back Review Of Michael Fiore’s TXB 2.0 Texting Guide

In previous posts, I wrote a detailed Text Your Ex Back review and announced the release of Michael Fiore’s new TXB 2.0 system.

Today I wanted to give you a more in-depth look at the new system because my previous Text Your Ex Back reviews are now somewhat “out of date” and don’t give you a clear picture of all the major improvements that make TXB 2.0 a much more advanced and much more effective guide to texting your ex back.

A Review Of The New Michael Fiore Text Your Ex Back 2.0 System

Let’s take a closer look at some of the new changes in version 2.0 of Michael Fiore’s popular texting guide. The program bears little resemblance to its former self and these are the changes I feel will give you the most benefit in getting your ex back.

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Multimedia Private Membership Format

The most obvious upfront change in the newest version is Text Your Ex Back is no longer a single downloadable PDF document.

Instead, the program has been switched over to a private membership format. This gives you several new advantages to getting your ex back which I’ll discuss further down in this review.

Inside the member’s area, you’ll find the previous PDF document has been expanded and broken down into 11 different multimedia modules that each have their own set of audio, video, and PDF files. Having access to the material in different formats allows you to take it with you wherever you go and gives you the opportunity to learn through whatever method works best for you.

For example, you can download the PDF files and share them across devices like iPhone, iPad, and Kindle or take the .mp3 files and load them up on your iPod or other audio devices so you can listen to the program at work, in your car, when you’re out for a jog, or at the gym.

Here’s a screenshot giving you a look at the different modules inside the member’s area…

text your ex back membership modules

Michael Fiore has updated and revised every section of the Text Your Ex Back PDF and the overall content of the program has nearly doubled. Some of this content will be drip fed to you over time and Michael has done this for a very specific reason which will only help you in the long run.

TXB has been extremely successful since its initial release in October 2011 and has already helped thousands of couples get back together, but it hasn’t worked for everyone.

In some instances, two people simply aren’t compatible or the relationship has been so severely damaged that there’s nothing that can be done to make the relationship work, but Michael found in a lot of cases, it was user error that was keeping people from having success with the program.

Michael says…

“For the people whom it didn’t work, most of the time it didn’t work for them because they didn’t follow the system the way it was designed to be followed. And the number 1 way they didn’t follow the system is they didn’t put the 30 day no contact period into use.”

By drip feeding some of the content over time, Michael Fiore hopes to keep people from getting over-anxious and jumping straight to the text message examples and sending them out before they are actually ready to do so. Text Your Ex Back works, and it works very well, but only when you actually work the system the way it was intended.

The New Text Your Ex Back 2.0 Comments Feature

In the next part of this Text Your Ex Back review, I want to focus on what I think is one of the best and most beneficial changes in the TXB 2.0 system…the comments feature.

When you’re going through a breakup, just getting things off your chest and being able to talk about your relationship with someone can be a huge help. The problem is, who do you talk to?

use the text your ex back 2.0 comments featureYou can’t talk to your ex about the breakup. “I know you’re really mad at me and all, but can you give me some advice and tell me what I should do to make you attracted to me again so we can get back together?” That would just be weird.

You can’t post about your relationship on your own Facebook wall without the whole world knowing about it. Sure, you can send private Facebook messages, but there’s always the chance they will get leaked to your ex through a friend, and you may be embarrassed and not want anyone to know that you are seeking help (even though you shouldn’t feel that way).

Good friends will listen and be there for you, but they don’t always understand what you’re going through and they tend to tell you what they think you want to hear rather than what you NEED to hear because they care about you and want to protect you. Thus, their advice isn’t always the best.

While it’s true there are “lots of other fish in the sea” or “lots of other bears in the woods”, that’s not really the type of advice and guidance you want to hear, is it?

What you really need is the opportunity to get an outsider’s perspective and the perspective of someone who is going through the same things you are. Someone who is also going through and familiar with the Text Your Ex Back program.

With the new comments section in Text Your Ex Back 2.0, this is exactly what you can do. Here’s a screenshot of this feature where I have “whited-out” member’s names to respect their privacy…

review of the text your ex back 2.0 comments area

Just some of the ways you can use this feature to your advantage include…

  • Losing hope and thinking you’ll never get your ex back because it’s been a really bad day? Get some encouragement from people who know exactly what you’re going through and who can help calm your anxieties.
  • Venting about your ex or your relationship. Are you mad? Hurt? Extremely pissed off? Use the comments feature to get rid of all the negative emotion so you can get into the right emotional state for getting your ex back.
  • Having trouble getting through the 30 day no contact phase? Get support from others whenever you’re feeling weak and are just about to make the mistake of contacting your ex too soon.
  • Not sure what to do next? Get help and advice from others who have been successful using the program.
  • Confused about something in the program? Ask your questions and get answers.
  • Not sure if the text you’re about to send is a good idea? Get input from others before you do something you’ll regret or to confirm that you’re on the right track with your text messages and text responses to your ex.
  • Have an amazing experience you shared with your ex in the past, but having a hard time conveying it in a Best Of The Relationship text? Why not ask others for some input and ideas?
  • Need to move on? Help bring closure to your relationship if you’ve gone through the program and decided you don’t really want your ex back, but are still having a hard time moving on.

As you can see there are tons of ways to use the comment feature to help you get your ex back or to get closure if you decide your ex isn’t the right person for you. This is why I think it’s one of the best additions Michael Fiore made in TXB 2.0.

You can also keep track of the conversations you’re having from your profile page and follow other people (much like on Twitter or Facebook). This is a great way to connect with other people who give good advice and to find people whose relationship situation is very similar to your own. I’m regularly in there helping people as much as I can (username DerekMaak).

I love the fact that Text Your Ex Back does more than just help you get your ex back. Even if you don’t, TXB can do wonders for your self esteem and for bringing your “swagger” back which is often lost when you go through the rejection of a breakup.

Clearer Instruction On The “Logistics” Of Texting Your Ex

The next few sections of this Text Your Ex Back review will be brief, but will highlight some of the other terrific improvements in the program, starting with the “logistics” of texting.

When I talk about “logistics”, I’m referring to things like what types of texts you should send, how many, how often, in what order, etc.

Many of the questions from people who went through the original Text Your Ex Back PDF were things like…

  • How many Across The Bow texts do I send before sending a Best Of The Relationship text? And then how many of those do I send?
  • How often should I be sending texts? Every day? Every few days? Once a week?
  • When do I switch from one type of text message to the next?

Many of these questions don’t have a simple answer because a lot of it depends on your own relationship and how your ex responds to your texts, but in TXB 2.0 Michael Fiore gives much clearer instruction in every section of the guide and provides you with an all new Plan Of Attack PDF that details some typical texting strategies and the way things might commonly play out.

He does caution you about making sure you adapt these strategies to your own situation when he says…

“This is where I give you some advice about what types of texts to use, how many, and how often during the Text Your Ex Back program. Before I do that, I want to make something clear: you should not follow this advice like an ant following the butt smell of the ant in front of it. That ant butt could lead you right off a cliff.”

Never thought you would hear the words “butt smell of the ant in front of it” in a texting guide to get your ex back, did you? Didn’t think so. That’s another thing I love about Michael Fiore’s stuff. Always entertaining and fun to read.

The Text Your Ex Back sequence in the Plan of Attack PDF is based off a real life case study and the clearer instruction on exactly how to go about sending your texts will help keep you on track in TXB 2.0.

More Awesome Text Your Ex Back Text Examples

Michael Fiore text message examples are great. People always want more of them. They asked and Michael delivered.

Not only does Michael Fiore include many more examples throughout the guide, but he has also created a brand new Ready-To-Use Texts PDF with 100 more text examples that cover all the different types of text messages he teaches you in the program.

What I like most about these is that he gives them to you in a “template-like” format where he highlights the words/ideas you should change to make it unique to your own situation.

This makes it very easy to just “fill in the blanks” and come up with great texts for every situation. And if you don’t want to use Michael’s texts exactly, this is a great way to brainstorm new ideas when you get stuck.

New Types Of Text Messages

Not only does Michael give you more example texts, but he’s also added some new types of text messages to the program. The original 5 kinds of texts are still there, but he has also added Attraction Texts into the mix. These are things like the curiosity text and the sexy story text.

He also explains the concepts behind attraction texting and how you need to use these texts differently with a woman than you do with a man.

Final Thoughts On TXB 2.0

I think that just about wraps things up for this Text Your Ex Back review. There have been a few other minor changes, but these are the major improvements that have greatly enhanced the effectiveness of TXB.

It’s an excellent guide if you want to learn how to use what Michael Fiore calls “text judo” to turn positive memories and experiences with your ex into psychological triggers that elicit attraction and desire.

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Be sure to share your thoughts with me below or contact me with any questions.

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  1. How authentic is this and is there any one can testify the use of this system?

    • Hey Brian,

      Thanks for leaving a comment. Text Your Ex Back is a real program that has already helped thousands of couples worldwide. For customer reviews and testimonials from real users of the TXB system, please check out this post:

      The author, Michael Fiore, has built a solid reputation online and in the media and has even appeared on the Rachael Ray show.

      • How about if you starting being friends with your ex after the break up because you both agreed you had things to deal with and they are always in contact (week max) how do you do the 30 day no contact without him questioning your where abouts?

        • Hey Polly,

          In that case, I would recommend limiting contact as much as possible and keeping the conversations short and to the point. Don’t let them go into anything resembling relationship mode. This is similar to when people are forced to be in contact with an ex due to work, having children together, etc.

          The point of no contact isn’t to take it so far that you start acting like a jerk. If you’re already in contact with your ex on a regular basis, then going cold turkey on them out of the blue probably isn’t the best answer.

          However, there are still a few things you can do to make “no contact” work for you. These include things like:

          1.) For 30 days, don’t be the one to initiate the contact.

          2.) If your ex contacts you, keep the conversations short and business like. Don’t let them turn into long, drawn out soap operas about the relationship.

          3.) Don’t always respond right away. Wait a couple hours before you write back. Remember, you have a life outside your ex.

          4.) You don’t have to respond to everything. It’s ok to skip a message here and there to keep your ex wondering what you’re doing.

          I hope that helps.