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How to deal with a break up?

  1. proudmamma profile image78
    proudmammaposted 2 years ago

    How to deal with a break up?

    One in which you lived together and discussed marriage.
    Not just living together but every thing was as if married without the paper to show it.

  2. Aaliyah Love33 profile image61
    Aaliyah Love33posted 2 years ago

    You don't. You have to move forward especially if the other person involved didn't want to work things out. It will take some time but your heart will heal, they always do.

  3. mactavers profile image92
    mactaversposted 2 years ago

    Living together and discussing marriage is only considered the same as marriage if the living together was long term (years).  If you have lived together for many years the relationship is considered a common-law marriage in the United States.  If you need to "untangle" financial items purchased, in most cases it would be good to hire a lawyer.  Best of luck to you..

  4. Faceless39 profile image93
    Faceless39posted 2 years ago

    It depends if the break up was agreed to by both parties or not. Either way though, if one person isn't happy in the relationship, then it won't work, and it's better to be alone than unhappy. Perhaps there was improper communication of needs, or the inability to act on the other person's communication of their needs. But to deal with the end result, the break up, just focus on building your life back up. Focus on becoming the person that either they want again, or that somebody else who's much better for you wants. Focus on yourself, your goals, your career, and your health. The thing is, sometimes break ups are the best thing that ever happened.. but you won't realize it until the better person comes along..