So you did it. You broke up with someone, but the pain lingers. Sticking to the decision to break up can be difficult at times and the desire to return can strongly pull at you.
On the other hand, maybe someone broke up with you. Maybe you know it was for the best and he was a jerk anyways, but you still have a desire to go back.
Regardless of the situation, the desire to go back after a break up can be very real. In today’s vlog, we discuss five ways to combat the desire to go back after a break up. You can see all of our break up posts below the video. We hope this helps and makes you smile!
More posts about break ups
- How to Break Up and the Three Usual Responses [includes FREE four page break up guide!!!!]
- For the Brokenhearted: You are not Alone + 5 Ways to Help the Hurt
(for when a relationship ends and you didn’t want it too & you are utterly heartbroken)
Book about break ups
Chad Eastham wrote a great book called The Truth About Breaking Up, Making Up, and Moving On. It answers virtually anything and everything you’ve ever wanted to know about breakups. (This is an Amazon Affiliate link which means if you purchase the book through our link, we get a small commission that helps us pay for the site. Thanks!)
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