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Because I like to obsessively analyze my emotions, I diagramed the cycle of emotions I went through after my breakup.I’m going to use “him” to refer to the generic ex to avoid awkward pronoun switches, but of course this concept applies to women and men alike. No matter the person’s flaws or what he or she did to you, your ex is not all bad, and it’s not all their fault- in the same way it’s not all your fault. You’ll tell yourself: “This breakup is horrible, but it’s not the last time I’ll be in love” “Maybe I’ll be alright after all” This is probably the first time you’ll emerge from the pain and imagine a future that looks, if not bright, at least tolerable. Unfortunately and ironically- once you start feeling better, and once you have enough energy and emotional reserves to start feeling hopeful about the future- you’ll also have enough energy to regress into the seductive thought of getting back together with your ex.The idea of getting out there and dating again won’t seem like such a ridiculous and laughable idea. Unfortunately, early on in the recovery process, the periods of feeling “ok” will likely be short lived, followed by: 4. You’ll tell yourself: “Now that I’m feeling better, maybe we can be together” “I feel good. I’m still in love with him so he must be the right one for me” “Maybe we shouldn’t have broken up- could it have been a mistake?The cinematography is absolutely terrific and creates a dark and intimate view.All these elements combine to create an excellent environment for what is a truly inspiring cast.
If they've been slow to step up to the commitment line, according to the piece, it's been for all the right reasons: "Aside from taking pleasure in the feeling of moving untethered through the years, they may have wanted to make sure their careers were on track before starting a family during a rocky economic period." It sounds so laudable to be choosy, put career first for a while, and then decide to settle down. Not as intense though, more like a deep whiskey-tinged sigh."Honestly, it can be hard to have much sympathy for the NYBWYFSM at all.