5 Mistakes You're Making After Your Breakup

Hello Ladies!

No one said breakups were easy.

In fact, they can be downright painful. But just because breakups are difficult doesn't mean that there isn't a right way and a wrong way to go about them. If you're currently going through a breakup and find yourself making any of the following mistakes, it's time to pump the brakes and reassess your game plan.

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1. Moving too fast.

Just because you're ready to move on doesn't mean you should move on immediately. In the aftermath of a breakup, it's important to give yourself time to grieve and heal. Trying to quickly forget about your ex and move on to someone new will only make the process more difficult in the long run.

2. Staying friends with your ex.

It's natural to want to stay friends with someone you once had strong feelings for. But in most cases, it's best to cut ties completely after a breakup. Maintaining a friendship with your ex will only make it harder for you to move on. Not to mention, it can be confusing for both parties involved.

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3. badmouthing your ex to anyone who will listen.

It might feel good in the moment to vent about your ex and all the ways they wronged you, but trust us, it's not worth it in the long run. Not only does badmouthing your ex make you look bitter and childish, but it also prevents you from moving on. If you find yourself constantly talking about your ex, take a step back and focus on other things in your life.

4. social media stalking.

We've all been there—you see that your ex is active on social media and before you know it, you're down a rabbit hole of their profile, photos, and posts.

While social media stalking might give you temporary relief from the pain of a breakup, it will only make it harder for you to move on in the long run. If you find yourself constantly checking up on your ex online, take some time away from social media or delete their profiles from your accounts altogether.

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5. trying to be friends with benefits.

Just because you're no longer together doesn't mean you can't still have fun together—but beware of trying to turn your former flame into a friend with benefits situation. More often than not, these types of relationships end up being more trouble than they're worth. If you're not ready for something serious but still want to have some fun, try dating around or hooking up with someone who's in the same boat as you are.

Breakups are never easy—but that doesn't mean there isn't a right way and a wrong way to go about them. If you find yourself making any of the following mistakes after your breakup, it's time to reassess your game plan. From moving too fast to badmouthing your ex, these five mistakes can prevent you from moving on and living your best life post-breakup! Until Next Time!...XOXO 🍁🧡🍂

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