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You’re here, I know, because you’re holding onto hope by a tiny little thread.
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But the truth is, unless you let some more love and happiness into your life, you’re never really going to get over your ex in the first place.
As a matter of fact, rebound relationships are one of the perfect ways to get over a broken heart.
Whatever you’re looking for, be it a quick fling or a serious romance, let your new date know what you have in mind, at least by your actions if not by your words. When you break up with a partner, you’re left with an empty space that just needs to be filled.
And the only reason you pine over your ex, try to get back in touch with them, or even call them repeatedly is because of the lack of happiness and love in your own life.
Then we had a weird/sad breakup that lasted about a year.
We broke up and got back together a bunch of times, so I didn’t tell anyone we broke up until recently.
One of the best things to do in these circumstances is to take things slowly.