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Breakups and Scars
No matter at what point of a relationship a breakup happens it takes a toll on you emotionally. You could have been dating a person for some time or you could have been in a long relationship or you decided to call it quits after a few years of marriage, but the whole feeling that you could not make it work persists after the breakup.
It does take your time to move on. Each breakup teaches you a lesson about yourself, about the person you were with and you do carry the scars of a broken relationship even after it’s over.
Be it a marriage resulting in a divorce or two lovers breaking up, the end of every relationship comes with baggage. One needs to deal with that emotional baggage, heal and finally move on.
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If your ex keeps coming back into your life like that pop-up notification you can’t get rid of, it could be one of the signs your ex is testing you. They send one “Hey” and you start imagining a beach wedding. You want to move on so badly, but how can you swipe right on …
Hollywood often likes to go La Vie En Rose when it comes to romance. But love is complicated. People don’t get back into the same relationship just because of love. They do it either to avoid getting better or because they have gotten better. The only difference is that in the former scenario, it’s likely to be toxic, while in the latter scenario, personal growth will be organic.
Despite knowing the fate most rebound relationships are met with, it can be hard to resist the temptation when you feel consumed by the pain of heartbreak. The prevalence of these relationships begs the question – do these relationships work, how long after a breakup is considered a rebound, and usually what happens when a rebound relationship ends? In this article, find answers to these.