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How to Get Over Someone You Loved Deeply and Move On
How to get over someone, according to a relationship expert | The Independent | The Independent
If I could ask a genie for just one liiiiittle thing, it would be for a one-size-fits-all amount of time to get over someone after a breakup. Because not knowing how long all those terrible, horrible, no good, very bad feelings that come after your heart got shattered and stomped on will last is straight-up agony. So, how long does it take to get over someone? Well, research suggests you can get over someone in three to six months, longer for a marriage more on that in a bit. And Sex and the City 's Charlotte York famously said it takes half the time of a relationship's duration to get over that person as in, a two-year relationship would take a full year to bounce back from. Other people ahem, Jordin Sparks say it takes a matter of weeks, if you force yourself to fully grieve for that amount of time and only that amount of time.
The One Person You Never Really Get Over
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What happens when you break up with someone? Chances are, your significant other was a part of every facet of your life. While moving past that person may be difficult, there are ways to make it easier on yourself.