1. Keep Your Break Ups Offline
So your relationship just ended. What’s the first thing you’re going to do? Watch “The Notebook” while eating some Ben & Jerry’s Fish Food ice cream? Cry about it? Masturbate to your favorite nudie site? Cry about it some more? Whatever you prefer, I can tell you one thing that you shouldn’t do: DON’T TALK ABOUT IT ON SOCIAL NETWORKS!
I can’t help but laugh at how sad and pathetic people sound when they complain about how their relationship didn’t work out. As soon as they break up, they get on Facebook, Twitter or any other social network site and start updating their status about how they’re going to find someone else who will “treat them right” and “appreciate all they do” and blah blah blah.
Did you ever stop to think about despite the fact that you only have 600 “friends” on Facebook, there are over 7 billion people in the world. And you’re going to sit there and complain about how your relationship didn’t work out with 1 person. ONE PERSON! What is wrong with people?
I think it shows you’re weak if you can’t focus on yourself and get your own life in order before you spend all your time in a relationship. Why not use something negative and turn it into something positive? Go out and create something, write something, be something – instead of constantly worrying about the next person that you can cuddle up on a couch with to watch the same fucking Titanic movie that you’ve already seen over a hundred times with all your other exes. The movie isn’t going to change! Jack still dies in the end because Rose is a selfish bitch who can’t make any room on the door. But that’s beside the point.
What I’m trying to say is don’t be a bitch when life’s a bitch. Definitely keep it off social networks, and most importantly, don’t think that rushing into another relationship will solve all your problems. So instead, just focus on the positive and move on.