DateHub Relationship Advice for both sides of a very public split.
UK; you’re now as single as a Pringle. We know you're doubting yourself, but this was what you wanted. You made a choice and now you have to follow through. #Bregret
Europe; resist the urge to drunk text the UK. No amount of Heineken is going to make this feel better.
Both sides of a break-up are ugly and for the most part difficult for everyone involved. Especially when you date someone in your apartment block. UK, you’re probably going to bump into the EU when you’re popping down to Tesco’s or negotiating import taxes, but there’s a right way and a very wrong way to go about life post-break up.
The signs that the UK weren’t fully committed were there for a while, EU. You fought publicly. They didn't really like your family. Especially when they stayed for extended periods. You weren't even in their favourites list.
THINGS THE EU MIGHT BE DOING POST-BREAK UP
Everyone should be watching out for our recently dumped mate, EU. Here are some of the classic break-up things that the EU might doing right now.
UK; as the instigator of the break-up, here are our pro-tips for handling it like the classy lady you are.
Avoid blame. Ok, you didn’t exactly nail this one, but there’s still room for improvement here! There may have been some finger pointing in the heat of the moment, but you’re as cool as a pickled cucumber sandwich now. Move forward with dignity.
Break-ups are rarely easy, but they can be dignified. We doubt that either of you will be courting again anytime soon, but hopefully you can both take something from this. When you’re ready to put yourself back out there again, we have some great first date ideas on DateHub!
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