Breaking up after one month dating
If it’s because you feel guilty, then all you’re doing is leading them on.And if it’s because you think you have a chance of getting back together then you’re just setting yourself up for more hurt.However, what it’s also done is given us some great tools for ‘spying’ on certain people.Promise yourself two things: that you won’t post anything (however cryptic) about the break-up online, and that you won’t check your exes status/page/twitter feed/Pinterest board obsessively.
Social media has opened up our world and helped us keep in touch with friends, family and people we didn’t even know we wanted to know.
Give yourself time to recover and then, when you’re ready, you can start looking for love again. We all know at least one person who’s had a break-up makeover.
Sometimes it works, but usually cutting off your long blonde locks and dying your new crop black just to show you’re a ‘new’ person becomes something you regret.
Burning the stuff he left at your house, or kidnapping her cat might be tempting, but the outcome is pretty inevitable: you will look mentally imbalanced and you may even end up in trouble with the police. In all honesty, sleeping with anyone when you’re newly heartbroken is not a great idea.
Focus on the positive, and turn your energies to getting on with your life rather than regressing. Your judgement is clouded and just because your friend happens to be in the right place at the right time doesn’t mean getting naked together will make you feel better.In fact, it’ll probably give you a whole new set of things to worry about.