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You recently broke up with your co-worker or that guy/girl in your class that you have to see and deal with everyday for years? This might help you!!

Steps

1. Accept the fact that you two are no longer together and act in that way. You don’t want him/her or his/her friends to say that you’re not over that person and you want him/her back.
2. Don’t avoid him/her. It won’t help you to get over the breaking up and it could make things worse. You can’t avoid a person for years. Just be friendly but ONLY if the other person is open to this idea.
3. Don’t talk about the break-up to everyone and tell everyone how bad he/she was. Just let it go.
4. Don’t blame yourself for anything. Just say it didn’t work out, it wasn’t meant to be…
5. Be confident in front of him/her and don’t try to make him/her jealous and don’t try to pick his/her attention by doing anything stupid.
6. Time is the healer of all wounds…It’s true, though you have to see that person everyday, it doesn’t mean you won’t get over him/her. You can do it, just love yourself more and be sure that if it didn’t work so he/she is not the right person for you…

Tips

* If you see him with someone, don’t act in a jealous way even if you are!
* Don’t try to make him/her jealous by having a relationship with the first person that likes you.
* Don’t be in a rush to be in another relationship just wait for the right one, he/she will come when it’s the best time.
* Don’t keep thinking that he/she will regret it and try to see if he/she does.
* If you can, have friends that support you and ask them to not talk about him/her as your ex but as your friend!!
* Consider him/her as your FRIEND!! Not your ex!!

Warnings

* If you tried to be friendly with this person and he/she keeps avoiding you, just drop it this person isn’t worth your friendship.
* Don’t be overly nice and don’t flirt just for fun because he/she might take it wrong or as a try to get back together.

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For the purposes of this article, a “significant other” is defined as someone with whom you are in an ongoing romantic relationship.

Steps

1. Be happy with yourself. This is the most important step. Take up a hobby, such as exercise, reading, or meditation, that makes you feel good and takes up a lot of time. Focus on improving yourself and being happy by yourself.

2. Construct a large group of friends. They need not be close, but you should have plenty of people whom you are comfortable talking to or going places with on a casual basis. Be friendly to people in places you frequent, so that you have several places that can feel like home if the empty apartment or house starts to bother you.

3. Find work you love or learn to love your work. Focus on your work to feel fulfilled and increase your group of casual friends. Make sure to focus on doing a great job rather than getting the next promotion–promotions are rare enough that you could quickly become frustrated if that was your only goal.

4. If friends express concern over your single status or want to set you up on a date, explain calmly and confidently that you are happier by yourself. Understand that you are in the minority in this and that not everyone will understand.

Tips

* If you do find someone that you are interested in, don’t hesitate to ask them out just because you had planned on living without a significant other. You can always make exceptions.

* Take care of yourself before doing anything else.

* If you find yourself in need of a partner, choose someone you are comfortable with but not interested in. Make sure they know that you are not interested in a relationship, and that they feel the same way.

Warnings

* Examine yourself. Do you not want to be in a relationship because your last one scared you? Do you need time to get over something else? Don’t live in the past.

* Don’t be in a relationship just to not be alone. Don’t be alone simply because of past experiences. Happiness starts from within.

* Avoid drugs or excessive drinking. Either could lead you to send the wrong signals to an interested partner or even lead you to do something you’ll regret.

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