But when you’ve been hurt by someone, taking a step back—in order to clear your mind and heal your heart—is actually the quickest way to get on your feet again.
Here are three reasons why: Your relationship ended for a reason—it takes time to discover and understand why.
So, in some sex cases (like mine), a woman will come across a man who's got a great personality, a killer bod…
by Katie Way Remember when it was fashionable to pluck the ever-loving shit out of your eyebrows until they were practically nonexistent?
And apparently nobody else can either, because now there's an entire Instagram account dedicated to tiny-ass brows. Don’t lose heart: you will move on in time, find a love better suited for you, and all of this will be a memory. If your ex is pushing for friendship, stand your ground if you’re uncomfortable with the idea.In the meantime, when mourning the end of a relationship, be sure to avoid the following “don’ts” of breakup etiquette, which can just end up harming you more. Right now, you’re not looking for a friend who looks exactly like the person who broke your heart. You don’t have to sob at the office, but take some quiet moments to reflect and be honest with yourself. It’s healthier to express yourself honestly than grow numb. The temptation may be to pretend you’re unaffected by the breakup; don’t let pride get in the way of being real.