How To Avoid Post-Breakup Mistakes That 96% of People Make
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When your ex leaves you, our options become limited. The most powerful thing you can do is to completely remove yourself from their life. If you're still there for them months after a breakup, how would they miss you?
One of the best ways to recover after a breakup is to go with no contact. This means cutting off all communication and interaction with your ex, including in-person, phone, text, email, and social media. No contact is crucial because it gives you the space and time you need to heal and move on. It also prevents you from being tempted to reach out to your ex, which can prolong the healing process.
If your no contact is effective, in most cases your ex will ping you, and you will have the option to transform your no contact into the ignoring strategy.
However, if you work together or have children together, distancing is the only option. In this case, you should try to have as little contact as possible, and avoid any interaction that is not related to work or your children. If they try to discuss your relationship, you politely refuse. It's challenging to provide a detailed explanation of distancing as it calls for a personalized approach, where we evaluate your specific situation and tailor our actions accordingly.
How to prepare for your no contact