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How to get over breakups?
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Posted 11/2/11
I've heard of trying to improve yourself in some aspect of your life. Could be cooking skills/ fitness/ becoming a better dancer. That and to make sure to spend time with friends somehow. Does anyone else have some general guidlines or tips?
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Its's hard to say. People have different ways of dealing wit break ups. You could just not think about the person, party (if you are old enough), looking for a new relationship, eating (not recommended), screaming it all out in your house or open field) talking to someone about it, have some good friends help you move on, throw away any photos that might remind you of your old relationship or numbers..etc, and many more.
Posted 11/2/11 , edited 11/2/11
A relationship is something that you can't just ask advice for and then try to get over it. Think about it thoroughly and try to understand the reasons as to why. Talking about it with someone who understands could help, but if you're just going to keep thinking about it and clench on to that depressing mode of yours, then you can't really ask for anything or for anyone's advice (it can only take you so far) but to tell yourself to stop repression; stop making yourself feel like trash.

If you're the one who ended the relationship, you better be wise enough to understand your own choice in acting. If you're going to mope about the fact that the person is no longer with you, then you are pretty much unhelpful because you ended it.
Posted 11/2/11
Time and distractions. And don't be afraid of a good old cry.
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Whatever you do, don't rebound; the likelihood of ending up in a shitty relationship is astronomically high. Cutting your ex out of your life as much as possible is a good start. Get rid of their number, photos, ways that you can contact them, things they've given you, and things that remind you of them. To some, that might seem immature, but really you have to look out for #1, and if that's what it takes then do it. Honestly speaking, what heals a broken heart isn't good friends, or money, or distractions, or partying; it's time.
Posted 11/2/11
Things that help me:


- Crying and cuddles with my Mother ^_^ she always knows best
- Dry those tears and party with your girls they'll know all the right things to say and make you feel awesome again.
- Don't curl up in a miserable ball in darkness, get your ass back out there.
- Fight classes, punch and kick the living shit out of a poor padded-up opponent. Works every time.
- With your new aquired strength from the break-up you'll glow with confidence and find someone hotter
- Never take back someone who hurt you bad you've come this far without him now go further...
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Posted 11/2/11
Time doesn't heal all wounds.

That's a good thing, though.

Learn, and live. Don't participate in social networking. Get a hobby. Self-improvement.

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Posted 11/3/11
When I had a breakup, I didn't really tell anyone about anything much.
I didn't want support from anyone, and so I kept myself busy with activities.
The pain of a breakup stems from you over thinking about the relationship.
It's best to not worry and just move on.

I started jogging or biking with friends again, whilst listening to music.
Started B-Boying again, dancing ftw.
There are plenty of things to do: go singing, reading, or play games or watch anime.

You're breakup might still linger on a tiny bit, but meh. Nothing else can be done.
Goodluck~
Posted 11/3/11
Use a time machine instead of a vending machine.
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It doesn't matter.
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Posted 11/3/11
I have some tea and cake and biscuits and chocolate and refuse to share.
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Posted 11/3/11
Find someone else . . .

Be careful you don't just end up with the same person you just got out of a relationship with, the only difference being his or her name.

You can try to be friends with your ex.. but unless you were friends to start with, (before you got nekked and kinki), you might just be wasting more time.
Posted 11/3/11
Well It depends on the person. Theres different ways.
For me, I ate nothing except icecream for week :/ Which wasnt good... And i lost like 10 pounds.......
My friends would bring me out and cheer me up They'll always there for me.
I think Food and Friends make me happy lol
Posted 11/24/11
Stop, drop, and roll.
Posted 11/24/11 , edited 11/24/11
Masturbate while crying over the loss of your loved one. ::Sniff sniff. Stroke stroke. Wah wah wah! Orgasm::
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Ever tried going the easy way out? Jump from a very high place, or food poison yourself. Lots of way to commit suicide. You messed up, you gotta pay the price.
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