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This is for all of y'all who are still 'u up?'-ing your exes.
I've never quite mastered the art of on-and-off-again relationships. Call me petty, but my exes are blocked the moment we decide we'd rather watch Stranger Things with rando Tinder matches than with each other...aka,
Step one: Realize that, yes, this will hurt.
While most breakups are at least a little bit unpleasant, severing romantic ties with someone you love, be it in a best-friend way or a passionate I'm-infatuated-with-you-but-also-unhappy-in-this-relationship-like-70-percent-
(And absolutely what NOT to do.)
For something as frequent and, frankly, as normal as breaking up is, there's a lot of bad advice out there on how to get through the experience. Sure, movies involving hilariously sloppy nights out with besties or cathartic revenge plots
'You can either spiral downward or use your breakup as a catalyst to create the life you want.'
Forget snuggling up to a bottle of wine in your bathrobe. A better way to bounce back from a split? Host your own breakup party-aka a get-together at which you and your besties toast to your freedom. There's proof
You bet your sweet ass Taylor Swift is on this list.
Despite all the glitz and glamour, celebrities are just like us in more ways than one, especially when it comes to love. Celebs have had their hearts broken, and unfortunately, they don't have the luxury of privacy like we do.