Breakups are tough. Handling your new status on social media can be even more awkward (just ask Demi Moore, aka @MrsKutcher). After a heartbreaking end, it's only tempting to obsess over every tweet, check-in and post that your ex shares online, and in fact, most of us admit to doing it, but it doesn't make us happier.
So what do you do when your entire relationship has been documented, from your “first date" status to becoming "Facebook official" to those sappy, not-so subtle Beyoncé lyrics you posted after your big fight? Delete, block, untag!
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We've outlined the 10 steps you need to take in order to erase your ex's trace on Facebook, Twitter, and anywhere else you had a digital connection.
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