How To Handle A Breakup: 10 Do’s and 5 Don’ts

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Breakups blow chunks. Whether it’s an amicable breakup or a horrible, crash-and-burn situation, you’ve invested a part of you into another person and must accept that a relationship that you once nurtured is dead and gone. Brain-mapping studies have shown that the same regions of the brain are activated when an addict is going through withdrawals as when someone is going through a breakup.

THE DO’S

1. Day of the split—contact purge.

Block them everywhere: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Skype, Snapchat and my phone, along with unfollows on Tumblr and Vine.

I would also recommend steering clear of social media for at least a day or two; you’re not going to miss out on much in the way of your virtual social life, and it’ll keep you from creeping where you should not be and from making emotional posts that will embarrass you in the future.

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