Moving on after a break up

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Splitting from your long-term bae isn’t easy, and can leave you a bit wary of relationships. But that’s no way to live. It’s about time you start dating again.

Screen Shot 2016-05-17 at 5.22.28 PM Try these tips to get your groove back: Get your revenge body Changing your look after a break-up is a good idea. So working on your body won’t only make you feel, and heal from your last relationship, but it can give you confidence. Claim your life back One of the best ways to reclaim your life is to make the most of your free time. You’re now unattached, and rediscovering the things you love, which puts you in a position to meet guys with similar interests. Know what you want When your relationship ends, it’s important to take a break and find yourself. Through this process, you will learn a lot about yourself and what you want. This will also give you an idea of what you want in a partner. Get out there It’s easy to crawl into a hole after a break-up, but much harder to climb out. So, how are you going to meet anyone if you don’t go out? Be brave and put yourself out there, and grab every opportunity to go out. Rebuild your friendships If you neglected your friends during your relationship, try and make amends with them. You’d be surprised at how some will welcome you with open arms. Plus, friends will open your world to many places and people you didn’t know. Friends can also hook you up when you’re ready to date again. Be confident Don’t walk around like a wounded person, guys can see through that. Carry good vibes with you and you’ll attract men like a magnet.

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