You’re at a bar and your friends point out a seemingly attractive guy. He seems nice, but you respond with “He’s not my type.” You’re online dating and a man who looks like he has things together messages you. He seems nice but, but “He’s not my type.” The “He’s not my type” epidemic has plagued the best of us. If you recall, the night I met the boyfriend, I said multiple times that he was not my type. So you know I feel your struggle.
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...and it has nothing to do with her. The image is vivid in my memory. My mother is standing in the front yard and she's holding a letter in her hand – a letter she was about to put in the mailbox. She held it up and said, "I'm divorcing my mother." I was in my early 20s and she was in her mid 40s. And I certainly wasn't surprised. Theirs was a rocky relationship.
It’s a typical workday morning. As usual, you’re jolted awake by an alarm. Instantly your mind flashes on a frenzy of thoughts. Too many tasks have to get done today. A feeling of overwhelm descends like a densely creeping fog. You throw off the covers and break into a whirl of activity. You’re on a conveyor belt of life, on a path of which you’ve lost control. Stop! There’s another way.
All you have to do is turn on the radio for a few minutes and you are sure to hear a song describing the perils and heartaches associated with a breakup. After all, breaking up is never easy and many people feel it’s one of the hardest life experiences they ever go through. Therefore, learning how to cope with a breakup is crucial to getting over the relationship and moving one.
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