When celeb breakups happen, it's no surprise that we like to speculate about all the stuff they're going to want to sell or chuck out.
Imagine if you felt beautiful things with your ex. Imagine if you wished them well and hoped they found somebody great, because that's what they deserve, as do you. Divorce allows us to have a second, third, or even fourth shot at love. There's no limit to the amount of love that we can have in our lives.
Cutting off contact, even if it was not your idea, frees up more time and energy to devote to strengthening your primary relationship and that community of friends and family. If any semblance of the former relationship is meant to be, it will return.
You could waste your time on some meaningless fling so that you won't have to experience the loneliness of an empty bed -- or just so you have someone to watch reality TV with. Or, instead, you could better yourself via classic literature.
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"We broke up." "It's over." "No more." It can sound so easy. But the hard work sometimes begins right there. If you are done with listening to Sinead O'Connor and a good dose of mourning, and can suffer some humor again, and maybe a fresh outlook, then this article is for you.
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So it is true. Day 7 and Kourtney and Scott still aren't back together. Seems that this on again, off again couple may be off for good. Kourtney has been exercising and going to restaurants with her sisters, and then spoiled little Penelope at Disneyland for her birthday on Wednesday.
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Breakups suck at the best of times, but there's no reason to go through those motions with someone who was -- for all intents and purposes -- an extended fling. So here you have it, the ten commandments of Friends With Benefits.
Before a celeb reaches some mega-fame, it's easy to not remember any of their past flings (since we probably weren't paying attention). Or maybe, just like our own relationships, there are certain couples that happened that we just want to pretend didn't, and block out of our memories.
If you're like most of the world and can't help but keep up with Kardashians (whether that be because you actually watch their shows or can't block them out of your newsfeed), you've heard the recent news of Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick's split.
Despite my frayed feelings, my instinct was to forgive Sarah. Growing up, I'd been exposed to enough religion and pop psychology to believe that "to forgive is divine," and that dwelling on the past can only bring misery.
Just because a romantic relationship expires doesn't mean a new connection can't eventually evolve. Becoming friends with an ex can be complex, but not impossible.