If she or Jimmy are anything like many of the 35,000 readers of my advice column who have gone through a break up, they are probably wondering right now if they have a second chance with each other -- and very likely the answer is yes.
Russellville, AR (PRWEB) July 18, 2008
Relationship expert TW "T Dub" Jackson has made a public offer today to help Sarah Silverman and Jimmy Kimmel get back together.
According to Jackson, after hearing about the recent breakup of comedians Jimmy Kimmel and Sarah Silverman, he knew that he had to do something to help. "As the author of "The Magic Of Making Up" I have helped over 6,200 people in over 67 countries around the world make up after a break up -- and I have the letters and emails to prove it," boasts Jackson. "Because of this, I feel it is my place -- no, my duty -- to personally offer my assistance in getting this wonderful, talented and very funny couple back together."
Since the surprise announcement of the breakup by both Silverman and Kimmel's publicists earlier this week, reporters and celebrity columnists have been trying to get the inside scoop on the real reason the duo's five-year relationship has ended. "No matter what the reason for the announcement, what both Jimmy and Sarah need to know right now, is that it is very likely their relationship can be salvaged," says Jackson. "Loss of interest, lost passion, even infidelity or worse can all be overcome and a relationship brought back to life, and I'd be glad to show them how."
Jackson admits that before learning how to get your ex back, you've got to want to get your ex back. "What I'm reading in the gossip columns this week though is that Silverman has been turning to friends for advice," says Jackson. "If she or Jimmy are anything like many of the 35,000 readers of my advice column who have gone through a break up, they are probably wondering right now if they have a second chance with each other -- and very likely the answer is yes."
If either Silverman or Kimmel want to salvage the relationship, T Dub's solution is simple. "First, Kimmel and Silverman should just come on over to my Magic of Making Up website. They should read the information on my site and watch my videos, as I provide some tips that could help both of them on the path to reconciliation right away," offers Jackson. "Then, if either of them would like my personal help, their publicists can contact me directly for a complimentary copy of my book and to arrange a personal consultation."
Jackson admits he has an ulterior motive for the offer. "Of course, by helping a couple as well known as Kimmel and Silverman patch things up, it will encourage others to give their ended or ending relationships a second chance."
For any other people who might be going through a break up and want to get back together, Jackson also urges them to visit his site for breakup advice as soon as possible.
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