Things You Should Not Do After Break-Up

Published On October 24, 2017 | By Evelyn Quisenberry | Relationship

Ending a relationship is one of those phases in life in which you think the whole world is about to fall apart. We cannot tell you that you must stand up and look up and sing “I will survive” out loud, at least not immediately. However, we can tell you that Gloria Glaynor was right, you will survive this. Here we will give you the best tips to end your relationship in the healthiest way.

Being Friends Immediately

Even though it may seem like the right thing to do, the last thing you want to do after breaking up is being with that person. It seems really strange not to be around that person you spent so much time with. However, the way you´re feeling right now is related with him or her, so you should give it some time to cool off if you want to be friends again. Eventually, if things ended nicely, you will become friends again.

“Don´t worry, it doesn’t affect me”

Trying to act like you have no feelings at all is the exact opposite of what you should do. You may think that it was a mistake feeling so much, that being sensible and expressing yourself was the thing that brought you to that place. However, there are plenty reasons why your relationship ended, and picking someone who is not suitable for you is way more common than blaming all to your feelings.

This is the moment for you to pour everything out. Cry if you feel like it, don’t pay attention to what people might think, they aren’t completely aware of your pain. If you give yourself the right to feel bad, eventually you will give yourself the right to be happy again.

Revenge in Any Type

First off, a relationship ends because it should have ended, not because of someone´s fault. Even in the worst cases, it is not recommendable to put the entire blame on one person. Do not rush into escort agency. With that being said, getting back at your ex by having sex with someone else or burning their clothes and many other things will show that you´re emotionally unstable. Feeling bad is okay, but that does not justify any type of reckless behavior that could affect someone else. Try to remember that this phase is related with you. Pay attention to your wounds and let them heal.

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