183: How Men Deal With Exes (Part 3)


How Men Deal With Exes (Part 3) with Shane Paul Neil and Mr. CEOIn this episode of the MenChat series, Jay concludes his discussion with Shane Paul Neil and Mr. CEO by addressing the question: When is a man truly over his ex?




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Episode Title: How Men Deal With Exes (Part 3)




Question We Address and Answer:

  • When is a man truly over his ex?


Key Lessons and Takeaways:

  • The challenge of maintaining a working relationship with an ex.
  • The danger of harboring unforgiveness towards an ex.
  • The importance of taking advice from the right people.



  • Jay explains what he does to move on from an ex.
  • Shane shares how valuable it is to find a couple that you admire or aspire to be like and learn from them.


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  • Autumn
    September 21, 2015

    Forgiveness is the key to moving on in any relationship.

    It’s interesting about looking for models of couples. As a perpetually single person, I can tell you I don’t spend much time with couples. It’s interesting how that happens, you know? Couples go off by themselves and you don’t get to learn any secrets to longevity.

    • Jay
      September 23, 2015

      I totally agree that forgiveness is key and a vital part of moving on too.

      Yes, couples and singles do tend to cluster together. However, I think it’s important to learn as much as we can from the “good” couples we do interact with, even if it isn’t on a consistent basis. When the opportunity presents itself, we must be prepared to not let it slip away.

  • San
    September 23, 2015

    Great conversation piece. I have to agree with the guest speaker Mr. Neil when he spoke on gravitating toward relationships and couples that inspire yourself to do better.

    Listening reaffirmed my yearnings were indeed correct thinking. I’ve been single for 5 years and I noticed that a lot of my surroundings were filled with single mothers with broken family units and friendships. This reality frighten me and pushed me to change the company I keep because I desire more for myself.

    And as my thinking shifted to separate myself from toxin settings and certain individuals, so has my environment…Now I enjoy being in the presence of married couples and their families and as Jay mention to Autumn…I took advantage of those opportunities to connect and create friendships with those individuals. The change in whom I chose to invest my time and energy with has brought confidence, sound advice and encouragement from establishing healthier relationships with married couples and other successful relationships.

    I definitely endorse being vigilant of the company you chose to allow in your circle and your peace of mind.

    • Autumn
      September 24, 2015

      Wow, that’s deep about the single moms. I used to have married friends but have moved away. And the ones with very young children are too busy to socialize. A few of my friends had very passionless marriages. The love had been there but had faded until they lived kind of like brother and sister. It was a good relationship, but missing something.

      People get married all the time, but it takes time to find people in the kind of relationship you’d want. And it’s surprising when you hear from them. It’s not easy for them to get together and takes work to stay together. It’s not magic, you know?

      You’re right about people’s energy. I may not know many married folks anymore but I have some very warm and supportive friends. Good, positive energy.

    • Jay
      September 24, 2015

      Hey San!

      Thank you so much for listening and sharing your takeaways.

      I totally agree that the company we keep is important. It’s a reflection on ourselves and the type of environment we enjoy being a part of.

      Great point!

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