Lora Leopard writes for the University of Warwick’s The Boar on how to survive a relationship breakdown:
I’m not entirely sure what I was thinking when I sobbed “I just think you’re so fit” down the phone to the latest and soon-to-be mildly victimised offender. Was it that a small part of me believed he might turn around and proclaim that he’d made a huge mistake, especially after my small declaration of desperation? Probably. That, however, was only the beginning of an eight month stint of ridiculous trail of thought, which naturally implicated an eight month bizarre and unreasonable path of action.
Sobbing on the floor of the library wasn’t one of the high points, but we’ve all been there. Well, probably not literally on the library floor, but certainly something similar. It’s unfortunate that at some point (I understand you may not believe me right now – still treating you to bottled goodness of Sauvignon Blanc and five course home-cooked wonders of romanticism?), relationships end.
From my own experience and from observing near-identical behaviour from those around me, let me draw a few conclusions that could help you bypass nearly a year’s worth of idiocy…
Full article here.