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Breakin’ Up Is Easy To Do

There are a lot of bad relationships that currently exist. There are some that aren’t “bad,” but they have no desire to remain in the relationship. Easy solution, right? Just break up. Most will agree that it is easier said than done. Here are a few tips that may help you get through it.

To The Boy Who Was Never My Boyfriend

Originally posted on Rosie Culture:
To: you. Even when you set boundaries and even when you make rules – everything and anything can be broken. It always starts out so simple. Physical. Easy. But emotions tip toe their way in and create a large and tangled mess. I was left with so many pieces and you still seemed whole. You seemed fine, like you didn’t care at all. Did you care at all? You weren’t my boyfriend – I wouldn’t have ever dared to call you my boyfriend. But we laughed a lot and we kissed a lot. And sometimes you’d put your arm around my shoulders at a party. And sometimes you’d tell me how much you liked me. But did you even like me at all? Nothing was ever defined so we were free to do as we pleased. No emotions and no ties. But there were so many emotions and broken ties by the end of it. There was an end, but I’m not sure there was ever a beginning. Some days…

The Tools You Need To Get Over A Break Up

Originally posted on Rosie Culture:
I would define getting over a break up as being able to think of the relationship and not shudder, being able to date and trust someone again, and fully recovered from any of the left over pain that is related to the relationship and break up. Getting over a break up is not an easy thing to do. I once read that you can get over a break up in half the time of the duration of the relationship. Two years ago, I was in a four year relationship that ended. I thought that two years seemed like a crazy amount of time to have to wait to get over someone. But if you factor in all the bits and pieces that you need to make you whole again after someone shatters you, two years doesn’t seem like a long time at all. In fact, it might not even be long enough. These are the tools you need in order to get over that heartache: 1.Time Don’t jump into something…