So boys and girls you have just been broken up with, it sucks doesn’t it? Well I can help! Getting broken up with hurts and is just plain inconvenient, so I have some suggestions to make it easier.
First, before we get into all of the advice I have, I wanted you to know you are not alone. You have friends and people who you can lean on.
Senior Tristen Kiniry recently went through a very difficult break up and said, “I’m lucky to have such great friends to help me through my break-up. I was so preoccupied with my boyfriend that I distanced myself from them and I was so happy when they welcomed me back after the break up. Without them I honestly would not have gotten through it.”
Now some guys and girls are just mean. One second they will take you on a breakfast date and then the next they are breaking up with you, but never fear I have got your back and I will help you get through this.
Now some pieces of advice from your fellow classmates (mostly girls);
Breanna McFall said “If he/she’s stupid enough to walk away be smart enough to let him/her go.”
The last piece of advice comes from Nicole Cottingham who said, “Getting broken up with is just being told that person isn’t right for you, it’s just trial and error until you find your soul mate.”
That’s all great advice but I know what you are thinking, “Great advice, but right now I am hurting and want food.” Or at least that’s what I think when I get broken up with. So you eat that food. You go through some chocolate and watch the Notebook or The Lion King and you cry. You cry and feel better and you do everything you can to remember that there is life after you get broken up with. There is a light at the end of the tunnel, I promise. You will make it through this.