So, maybe wait a while before getting ‘Life’s a Bitch’ inked on your thigh.We know; you’ve spent months or even years knowing almost every detail of your partner’s life and now, nothing. But whatever you do, try to resist the temptation to keep a foothold in their life by checking up on them.Give yourself time to recover and then, when you’re ready, you can start looking for love again. We all know at least one person who’s had a break-up makeover.Sometimes it works, but usually cutting off your long blonde locks and dying your new crop black just to show you’re a ‘new’ person becomes something you regret.You need to grieve the loss of the relationship – if you don’t you’ll find it even harder to move on.This process might seem embarrassing but ultimately showing your emotions will help you grow emotionally.
Focus on the positive, and turn your energies to getting on with your life rather than regressing. Your judgement is clouded and just because your friend happens to be in the right place at the right time doesn’t mean getting naked together will make you feel better.
Whether it’s eating an entire tub of ice cream, crying for three hours straight or ceremonially throwing out everything that reminds you of them, there are a whole host of perfectly acceptable post break-up activities. Take a look at the top 10 If there was only one thing we could tell you about what not to do after a break-up this would be it.
Staying friends with your ex post break-up is a terrible idea.
The same applies to piercings and especially to tattoos.
You might not think it, but your idea for a new tattoo design may well be rooted in your heartache.