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'Now, we’re mature enough to handle situations along the way.'
We all want a happy ending in love, but sometimes life gets in the way, or we're just too young to know a good thing when we see it. For these three Pinoy couples, it took being apart for years before
It's all in the mind, baby.
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
'Well, that's life.'
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
Yes, just like in the movie.
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.
It all starts with acceptance.
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
Some silver lining in a truly dark time.
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