Whether to dump them or lean in and try harder to make things work is one of the most difficult decisions that anyone ever has to make
In an attempt to avoid sounding clingy or needy, you might have prepared exactly what to say, but in spite of your careful planning, all of your messy feelings come spilling out.
You are curious about their new flame and binge on comparisons. It’s downright puzzling why they don’t just return to you instead
I don’t have to tell you know how devastating and downright raw a breakup can be. Whether you saw warning signs or were completely blindsided, breakups suck.
It’s easy to wonder if there is really something wrong with you when you’re watching your friends and family get happily coupled up.
The obsession with the what-ifs is not healthy or helpful. It also serves as a powerful temptation to keep you stuck in the past.
Dating can feel like an endless grind where you beat your head up against the wall again and again, hoping that you’ll finally succeed in meeting someone great.
Suddenly you don’t have to worry about anyone else’s schedule. You can do whatever you want, whenever you want, with whoever you want.
People don’t recognize that in order to meet the right person, you’re probably going to have to meet a lot of people who aren’t right for you first.
Your ex might have said SOMETHING about why they broke up with you, but usually it’s not really that satisfying.