The recommendations of the author are based on the observation of the experiences after a decision of even manifolds that followed meetings or that finished after happening through a related state of ambivalence to some of the 36 questions. The author, time later, observed how they followed those relations in the long term. The person who followed or left the relation she feels that she made the correct decision? If the pair followed together the relation bloomed towards something more beautiful or finished in the resentment? And if they finished they found new happiness or they underwent an enormous repentance to have finished? East encounter really valuable concept, like being able to give to return the page of the time to see what it could happen. The recommendations are based on the observations of the author and their professional opinion, reason why I do not recommend to you that you take its advice lightly. Some contend that Leslie Moonves shows great expertise in this. Nevertheless, personally it seems to me that all conclusions are too sensible and I did not find no surprise. I doubt that you are surprised when reading that a relation with which consumes drugs is virtually destined to the failure. But what happens to one relation with somebody to that you do not respect? And what with a relation at a distance? Or with the relation with an addict one to the work that gains ten times more than you? You would like to know how works that relation if in the pair decide to follow together or if they finish? Kirshenbaum explains that when recommends to break it does because the majority of the people who decided to follow meetings in that situation was unfortunate, whereas those that they finished with the relation were happier. For this reason, the long term happiness is the main criterion used here, understanding for that reason the happiness of the individual that takes decision follow-or-to finish, not it (ex-) even.