How to Move on Simply After a Big Break Up

Breaking up is hard to do but it’s an inevitable part of life if you end up being one of those people who are desperate to be in a relationship so you start a relationship with someone who isn’t right. If it isn’t right, it isn’t right, so stop wasting your time. But a lot of people don’t realize that so they get into these relationships and then they end up breaking up and then they are sad and lonely. They bring it upon themselves and then wallow in self pity even though it was all avoidable just by not jumping into the first thing that comes along. But that doesn’t diminish how sad it is if you really were in a relationship you liked and now you broke up. So there are ways to move on and other ways that are bad in the moving on department. Here are some pro tips to moving on.

Erase all Memory of Them

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Sometimes when people break up they think they should keep a few mementos of the relationship. Those pictures of you happy together at the last holiday, or probably the first holiday, you want to hold on to it and never let it go. You know how when you have a wound and you keep picking at the wound so it never heals and then it ends up itching and scarring and it then literally never goes away? That’s what it’s like if you keep the memories around you. You have to get rid of them. If you don’t want to throw them away, at least put them all in a box and put that box somewhere far away like a friend’s house or your mom’s house. Or better yet, burn it out of anger in a big bon fire some time.

Get New Things

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When you break up, everything will remind you of your recent ex. Things you did, places you made passionate love, everything will be a reminder. It’s good to get all new things. New furniture, new everything, just new memories altogether. You should even consider getting a new car since you probably drove around in your car together and probably had fun intimate moments. How will you ever look at your Kia the same way again? You should head to the Chevrolet dealer in Rancho Cucamonga and just buy a new car. Why not? Why not, I ask you. What are you afraid of? If you’re afraid of going to Rancho Cucamonga, you can always stop in at Mountain View Chevrolet. The thing about this is you have to just go for it, bite the bullet, and trade in your Kia for a Chevy.

Don’t Text

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People who break up often look to the recent ex for solace. That’s insane. Don’t ever even think about contacting your ex. There’s no point. There’s no reason to do it other than to torture yourself. It’s like heroine, getting a fix and then needing another fix. Let it go, don’t contact them.

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