Dating breaking up your best friend
Try, if you can, to exist for awhile in the world in which you already live.
Do things with your other very good friends — either one-on-one or in a group, with clear communication that this time is about you and them and not your ex-best.
And do psychologists confirm this new paradigm is a good one to strive for?
I enlisted the help of Monmouth University Polling Institute to investigate.
I guarantee that in due time, you will find a new keeper of your heart and freaky internet history.
Being someone’s BFF is a big deal—you don’t hand over the other half of your “Best Friends” necklace to just anyone.
(Read: no shit talking, no side-taking, no -style reunions.) Spend time with your family. And start one thing that’s for you and you alone, whether it be a podcast, a drawing class or a new show.
None of this will fix the break nor manifest a new soulmate.
Ask us questions by emailing [email protected] the subject line “ASK MR A QUESTION,” or leave yours in the comments.How long has it been since you’ve made decisions without the consultation of your former counterpart? Do these things in small steps all day, all week, all month, and relish in them.