The Post-Breakup No-No List
June, 2007 by
Susan J. Elliott
Posted by Tracie T. Nguyen
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If you’re trying to get over a breakup there are things you
you should be taking care of yourself, you should beeating right, sleeping, exercising; you should be affirmingyourself every single day and building that self esteem
; youshould be finding support and new friends and interests. You should bewriting in your journal and figuring out goals and where you go fromhere. That is how you get where you are going (to a GREAT life!). BUTthere are things that are
if you want to get there.These can be tough to swallow if we’re used to acting out and doingwhatever the heck our feelings tell us to do. But it’s time fora
It’s time to be a mature, healthy person who hasself-control and self-restraint and MOST OF ALL—-SELFRESPECT!
Taking care of YOU and avoiding common entanglements with your exare KEY to having a happy and healthy future with someone muchbetter.They might be a bit tough to swallow and hard NOT to do, but they arethe key to feeling better, faster.
. You will thankyourself later for it.
We’ve talked about being friends with the ex: NO.
We’ve talkedabout all these at one time or another but here they are again, moreclassic entries on the No No list
The No-Contact Rule
The most important no-no is
In this technological age, itis easy to reach out and touch someone. But that does not mean that