Breakups suck. Big time. But there are lessons to learn from them and ways to move on. Learn how to heal here.
In completely obvious news, breakups suck. But sometimes, the aftermath can be even more confusing and emotionally draining. It's totally normal to make some questionable decisions post-split — you're feeling lost, hurt, and less confident than usual. So to help you navigate this tricky breakup world, we've rounded up some of the common landmines you'll want to avoid.
Dating coach Nina Atwood discusses the times you can and can't be friends with your ex. Did you go through a difficult breakup? You might want to give it some time. Never really had a close relationship in the first place? Friendship might be possible. Read on to learn more about being friends with an ex.
Breakups can be a really tough situation, but in order to move on you should avoid saying "if," "maybe," and "why."
Breakups are difficult and the aftermath is not much better. That pain in your heart will only heal with time. For those of you that are tired of waiting, these 4 steps can make you heal faster.
Sometimes, all signs point towards breakup. Dating Coach Michael Griswold helps you recognize the signs that are indicating you are in an unfit union. Read on to see the signs and if you can relate.
The thought of breaking up can be terrifying, but sometimes, it is for the best. If you find yourself at breaking point but cannot seem to let go, it might help to consider the following: 1. Admit that it is over. Don't hang on to the fragile shreds of a relationship whose fabric has weakened beyond repair. Look at it this way—you are letting go of something into which you had invested a huge amount of your time, energy and emotion. Letting go will free them all up once again, giving you a definite point where you can start over.
So you've decided to get a divorce. But what kind of divorce is right for you?
Your first relationship after coming out of the closet will be an amazing experience. Until it ends. Expert Rick Clemons explains why your first gay breakup is different from any other kind of breakup and gives tips on how you can move past it.
Breakups are hard, and they can even make you go kind of crazy. But if you can resist the urge to indulge in these breakup mistakes, there may still be a chance for happy ending in your future.
It's pretty well-known that breakups suck. No one likes getting hurt or letting someone go, but they're apart of life. But there's an app called, "Breakup RX" that may change the nature of breaking up forever. Your pleasure is now right at your fingertips. May is the month of self-love, after all. Check out this week's roundup of love and sex links!
Did you breakup with your ex and you now feel as if she may have something up her sleeve....perhaps some feelings for you? Question yourself no more and read the awesome breakups advice by Michael Griswold. Find out if your ex was done with you or just preparing to want you even more in the future.
There is no heart-wrenching feeling than going through a divorce with a person who was supposed to be your soulmate for life. What happens after the dust has settled and the forever that you were promised disappears? Liza Caldwell and Kimberly Mishkin (of Support And Solutions For Women) let you know that you have a lot to look forward to.
Dating and rejection, these two words often seem to go hand-in-hand. It is just part of the equation. Chemistry is not something that can be predicted. So even if the date goes well, that romantic spark might not be there. Matchmaker Marla Martenson explains what to do when it goes sour.