And while you may want to replay every moment with this person in your mind in order to figure out exactly what went wrong, when things changed or how you got to this point, obsessing over every little detail of your broken relationship is only going to cause you pain, distress or even regret.
Instead, you should accept the reality of the breakup situation, make peace with what occurred and place your focus on the future instead of the past.
There will be times when it’s important to communicate with an ex. Maybe you have to deal with a shared lease, or pet custody.
Now, I know what you're thinking, because I've had the same thought: I thought I could bypass all the pain and heartache by distracting myself with other men.
Single-phobia is what kept me in a toxic relationship for almost four years.
After ending that relationship, it led me to date some pretty inattentive men.
But whatever the case may be, it’s never been more important to avoid these six actions that can cause you even more heartache and heartbreak after a breakup.
If you just broke up with your partner, you should leave whatever transpired between the two of you in the past.