Breakups hurt like hell-some more than others. It doesn't matter how many relationships you've been in, it's always a different kind of pain. For our first round of Cosmo Confessions, we asked our readers: What&#
A film about love? More like SORROW AND DEVASTATION.
Considering Love Actually is supposed to be a movie about love, it actually contains a whole lot of heartbreak. Well for the humble viewer it does, anyway. We've rounded up the 10 of the most wobbly moments in our favorite
'I don't want a relationship, just some head,' -3 out of 10.
People say exes are like assholes because everyone's got one. But they're also like assholes because many of them are just complete and utter assholes. Whether you've broken up with someone respectfully and honestly, only to
Whatever you do, don't get caught keying your ex's car, mmk?
Love is pretty much the greatest feeling in the world. That is, until it ends. And unfortunately, it's around the holidays when there's a spike in relationships coming to an end. So Happy Whatever!So, what should you
At one point, you may have felt as if you were part of the greatest love story ever told. Everything was perfect; for some reason, life made better sense than before. You probably couldn't help but come up with a
It's impossible to view a fresh breakup as anything other than an event that's out to wreck your life, because as they happen, they hurt like a motherfucker. But with time, the right attitude, and numerous sob sessions-hey, you'
Alex Gonzaga recently sat down with Mommy Pinty to get reactions for her newest film, Nakalimutan Ko Nang Kalimutan Ka. Mommy Pinty rated it with a 10/10, not because Alex was her daughter but because she genuinely loved it, and said
'People make mistakes. Overall, he was still a good person.'
When my long term relationship came to an abrupt end, my girlfriends wasted no time activating The Sisterhood Code. There were countless invites to coffee and drinks; offers to go to the spa or go shopping-anything that would cheer me up
Even if you're the partner to orchestrate a breakup, it can still be really awful. Not only have you now got to adjust your life accordingly (what will you do with all that extra time?), but chances are some horrible
It seems like Ellen Adarna and John Lloyd Cruz continue to make up for their absence from the limelight through social media posts. Recently, Ellen posted an Instagram Story that led viewers to guess it might be an indirect response to Angelica
The short version of my heartbreak is: I got engaged, left my job for a freelance career, and moved abroad to be with my fiance. Months later, we broke it off, and then, of course, I flew back home to the Philippines
In an episode of Bianca Gonzalez's web series, Paano Ba 'To, actress Angelica Panganiban gave some useful tips on how to survive the most heartbreaking of breakups. Angelica, who's had a number of high-profile splits: Carlo
Truly the only good thing about your first big breakup is that it only happens once. The first break up you go through-the first real one, with someone you had googly love eyes for- is particularly brutal. But it's
Let these stars guide you through this painful time.
1. Taylor Swift"The more you live your life and create new habits, you get used to not having a text message every morning saying, 'Hello, beautiful. Good morning.' You get used to not calling someone at night to tell them how
When you get dumped, your body goes into survival mode.
In the movies, whenever two characters break up, the next scene often involves binge-eating junk food. In reality, the first few days after a split are more often a stomach-churning affair, with food being the last thing on your mind.
'I almost died of an overdose when my boyfriend left me. What I learned is that nothing or no one is worth more than your life.'
No matter how long it's been since your most devastating love experience, the lesson you learned from it stays with you. This lesson may be a reminder of your worth, a discovery of your strength, or the realization that things always
Ever been through a devastating heartbreak, one that you think you won't ever recover from? Believe it or not, you'll get through that. Things may seem a little blurry at the moment, but if you allow yourself to go through