WHY DO I MISS HIM? THE ONE THING YOU NEED TO KNOW

“Why do I miss him?” is something that I’ve continued to ask myself WAY after relationsh*ts have ended and breakups ensued. I’d even find myself wondering “why do I miss him (??!)” when I’d be on a date – sitting across from a totally nice guy in a beautiful restaurant; my mind thousands of miles … Continue Reading

WHAT TO DO AFTER A BREAKUP

Whether it’s a romantic relationship or a friendship, breakups distort our vision. It’s not that we don’t know what to do after a breakup, it’s that we can’t see.  Think about it this way… You know how to drive a car, right? right. So let’s just say that you’ve been driving in desirable conditions for a while – great weather, no … Continue Reading

HOW TO LET HIM GO: GET OVER THE PAIN OF LOSING YOUR EX TODAY

It may have been a total relationsh*t and yeah, he was empathetically bankrupt and emotionally unavailable, but who doesn’t have issues? You were the happiest that you had ever been. He made you feel like no one ever had and you know that you’ll never find it again. You literally had everything – you had your person, … Continue Reading

SHOULD I CALL HIM? TO CALL OR TO NOT CALL YOUR EX…

After breaking up, one of the first things I always used to asked myself was “should I call him?” and if so, WHEN?? Everyone would tell me not to and I knew deep down that it probably wasn’t a good idea, but I couldn’t stop with the “should I call him or forget about him?” It had … Continue Reading

HOW TO GET OVER YOUR EX (& STOP WAITING AROUND) IN 10 STEPS

How to get over your ex is something that I could write a million blog posts on and still not be done. Why, because it’s so complicated? Not at all. It’s because after a breakup, when you’re trying to figure out how to get over your ex, there are so many emotions, triggers, insecurities, questions, old wounds … Continue Reading

HOW TO GET CLOSURE WHEN YOU HAVE NONE

Whether it was when I recently got ghosted by a girlfriend, or when I got fired from my first job, or when someone very close to me passed away before I got to say goodbye, or when a family member said something hurtful and then years later when I brought it up, “forgot,” or when I found … Continue Reading