5 mistakes most women make after breakup & how to avoid them



The first and most common mistake women tend to make after their relationship comes to an end is not accepting the break-up.

At first, you think that this is just something temporary, and before you know it, you end up wasting more of your time by putting your life on hold, and patiently waiting for your ex to come back.

If this is something you do, please try hard to accept the truth, no matter how harsh it is.

2. Idealizing the relationship

When we lose someone we have strong feelings for, we tend to forget about all the awful stuff they did to us and romanticize the relationship we had with them instead.

Remember that the break-up came for a reason, and that this relationship was obviously not meant to be because if it were, it would have lasted.

I am not saying you should only focus on the bad things or regret the time you spent with your ex; just do your best to look at things from a realistic point of view.

3. Being too desperate

The biggest mistake you can think of doing after the break-up of your relationship is becoming too desperate and needy.

Chasing your ex away and begging him to come back to you will only be counterproductive. The only thing you’ll accomplish is making him even more distant.

I know that you still love this man like crazy, that you miss him and want him back. Nevertheless, you’ll be glad that you kept your dignity and didn’t humiliate yourself in front of him once all of this is over.

4. Stalking your ex

When your ex-boyfriend moves on with his life shortly after ending things with you, it is natural that you want to know who he has been seeing and what he has been up to.

However, stalking his social media and appearing at the places you hope to see him is the worst thing you can do to yourself.

It doesn’t matter if he finds out about what you are doing. What is important is the fact that this way, you are depriving yourself of the possibility to continue with your life.

5. Jumping into a new rebound relationship

One thing you need to remember is that moving on is not just about getting into a new relationship. You still have a lot of emotional baggage, and a rebound relationship is the last thing you are ready for right now.

Instead of getting yourself out on the dating market too soon, let yourself heal before starting anything new.

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