8 simple rules dating your ex
This is definitely a starting step to getting over ‘the one that shall not be named’.
While going out to have a drink with your friends is a good idea, drunk texting is not. If they don’t respond to your text, it might leave you feeling worse than when the night started and if they do, who knows what they’ll say.
After a breakup, if you decide to begin working out or going on a diet, you’ll find that you become more interested in seeing results than thinking of your ex.
The time and thoughts you’d have put in reminiscing about the times you had are better spent on ensuring that you are sticking to your diet.
You’ll find yourself misdirecting the feelings you’re trying to get rid off onto your rebound or you will find yourself always comparing your new partner to your ex and these are not even the worst-case scenarios.
Use the period to work on being a better version of yourself so you can be emotionally ready when the time for your next relationship comes around.
If they say something unkind, you are right back to where you started.
If they do say something kind and favourable, it might reignite the feelings you’re working hard on getting rid off.
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One thing you should never do once a relationship is over is to blame yourself.
Don’t think, I should have done this more or I should have been more like that. First of all, it is simply not true – if a relationship was meant to last then it would have.
So, by all means, avoid drunk texting at all costs.
See Also: How To Get Over Your Ex This might sound vain but there is nothing as effective as getting you in a good place after your break up as your ‘revenge body’.
Because it didn’t last, you should probably come to terms with the fact that it wasn’t meant to be and that there are better things on the horizon.