We broke up and are dating again
Here are the Golden Rules that will help make being dumped just that bit easier to bear: Rule 1: The time it will take you to get over your relationship is equal to the total time you spent together This rule is as unshakeable as one of those long and complicated mathematical theorems.
So there's no point in whinging: 'How long will I feel like this?
The time rule is probably nature's way of making sure we don't put ourselves in the way of danger from opportunist, unsuitable lovers before we're emotionally equipped to deal with them.To be fair, many times, people will say this because it’s expected; a social nicety that’s supposed to ease the sting of a break-up that usually feels more like a sharp kick to your soul’s nuts.But what if you legitimately to be friends afterwards? Just because you didn’t work out as lovers, it doesn’t mean that you can’t be friends – even Let’s start this off with some straight talk: you’re not going to be friends for a while.Almost two years ago, a guy I was head-over-heels in love with broke up with me quite suddenly.We met through the dating app Tinder and had been dating “short distance” between New York and Philadelphia for about six months.