Your go-to break-up/heartbreak activities?

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ryepuff • 22 February 2019 at 5:46 PM

I need to socialise and figured some people might relate to this.

What kinds of stuff do you do if you are struggling with relationships? Whether it’s a break-up or going through a heartbreak, or having any other relationship issue. What do you do to take your mind off things while you heal?

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odera_paseni • 11 March 2019 at 4:31 PM

I've never really been in a real relationship, but when I had to break up with one or they broke up with me I ended up eating a bunch comfort foods while watching an anime or show I was interested in at the time. And, if you're asking because you are currently going through a break up or having some relationship issues, then try not to feel bad about it. That just means they're not the one for you, and that someone else is out there waiting.

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kataclysm • 16 March 2019 at 2:06 PM

I actually got broken up with a few days ago! The feeling was mutual and now all I feel is relief, but there has been nothing more enjoyable than sitting down with my best friend, my sisters, and just letting it all off of my chest. Being honest with myself, being frank with my friends, it's great. I can honestly say the best activity post-breakup is to really communicate and let everything out.

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ryepuff • 18 March 2019 at 6:30 AM

@odera_paseni I think that’s a good idea. I’ve been watching Bates Motel a lot recently, and that helps a lot. Games too, and just venting online. My family are really supportive about it.
It was a pretty toxic situation and I did like the person a lot so I’ll need quite a bit of time. But I’m glad it’s over.

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akay88 • 14 April 2019 at 1:57 PM

@ryepuff A breakup is the perfect time to start a new hobby and get your haircut! You'll feel amazing.

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budgie • 14 April 2019 at 3:08 PM

Keeping busy is key, the less time you have to sit around and think about it the better. If I cant get out of the house, I find watching the comedy channel or popping on netflix helps, and I usually fold my laundry while Im at it just to keep my hands moving. Listen to songs that express the mood you want to be in, people find that listening to happy music puts them in a happier mind frame, vise versa for sad songs.

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asrieldreemurr • 11 May 2019 at 11:53 PM

@ryepuff I suggest reading and chocolate. That's just my opinion tho. Just keep busy