Don't even think about calling him.
Now, you can just swipe right and kick bae to the curb.
If you have $5.50 and no balls, there is actually a real service where you can have someone break up with your boyfriend or girlfriend.
There is so much grey (and not the good, "fifty shades of" kind) area in relationships.
The fact that about half of all marriages end in divorce is a depressing truth. That means a considerable amount of us have watched our...
Just in case you're worried that you'll never find love again.
Reveling in the past is like smoking: it’s therapeutic, romantic, and a really shitty thing to spend too much time doing. Relationships end, and it’s painful. But the sooner you pull the knife out of the wound, the sooner you can heal. This week, we look at when to move on and how to finally do it.
Break ups can be devastating. There’s no nice way to do it and there’s no warm fuzzy feeling attached to it. Once the deed’s done, then the status is no longer quo and everything’s changed. So what next?
Breaking up is hard to do. Where you're the breaker or the breakee, there is almost always hurt and pain.
In every break up there is a definite winner and a definite loser. Someone who comes out of it all bright eyed and happy as if they just got out of rehab and someone who comes out looking like rehab is probably their best option.
We’re human. We love so deeply and intensely. We give our whole selves to another human being. We live for them. We’d die for them. We crave their touch and their validation and their approval. We crave belonging. We crave relationships. And we all know that sometimes those relationships don’t work out.
I didn’t dress up for Halloween. Didn’t go out, get sloppy drunk or watch scary movies. I was, however, encountered by a ghost. Three of them. Carlos, Tonio and Brian…and basically every other guy that I’ve ever talked to.
Richardson looks like your average stranger with candy, one who might lure young children into his Astro van. Despite his creeptastic appearance (and matching personality), famous faces have no problem taking it all off for him.
Whether you have ever had a serious relationship before or not, we all have had a relationship in some form or another. Whether it be a friendship, casual fling, or every-once-in-a-while-aquaintence, there is a form of relationship.
I’ve been dating my boyfriend for about a year, and things have been great. The only issue I have is the fact that he still keeps in touch with 2 of his ex's.
Okay, okay, I know the title’s sappy as all get out, and I admit we can fall in love with more than one person, but nonetheless I have found an increasingly common denominator:
There comes a time in most relationships when you must decide to, excuse my Texas heritage, 'shit or get off the pot.'
So, after a few sloppy dances and sweaty hugs, my friends finally find me and let me know you are, in fact, not as attractive as I had thought, and I depart. Without you. (Tease move number one). But not before you whip out your iPhone4 and I shout my number over the music. And that’s how it always begins.
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Now it's hard to believe there was anything before Google. But back in my middle school days, Ask Jeeves was a fricking genius and there was no one I trusted more. I missed him and I I did what any girl with an old crush would do. I started tweeting. And while it started out on a promising note (and dare I say, flirtatious!), it went downhill pretty quickly.
The point is, a breakup is hard for both parties involved no matter the circumstances. And though I had my low moments, I still wanted to jump right back into the dating scene. Why? Because I’m young and there are hot guys everywhere at my university! Because I like to meet new people! Because not all guys are going to hurt me and I’m ready to meet someone worthwhile.
After about a year of dating (non-exclusively), he told me he was still in love with his ex-girlfriend, and I was really hurt by this. I stopped talking to him and he got back together with her, and by then I loved him. After they broke up in June, I still hadn't talked to him because I was mad/hurt/upset, but I still loved him (only God knows why!).
“What ifs” are the deadliest and one of the most common affliction to present relationships. EVERYONE, and I mean everyone, has “what if” feelings about at least one phantom from their pasts. It’s just the way human beings work. We think about “what ifs” in regards to correcting mistakes we made, or erasing regrets and even as just nagging bits of neuroses reminding us of the issues we’ll never get rid of no matter how much therapy we pay for!