Whether you have left your partner, or she has left you, surviving a lesbian break-up is hard. Sometimes it may feel like you may never recover from the break-up. But you will. These tips might make recovering from a break-up easier. Actively scan device characteristics for identification.
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Why Exactly Are Queer Breakups So Hard?
I love love. The kind of person to throw myself entirely into a new relationship. I flourish off new love, that feeling of vulnerably showing someone else your messy, gooey, pink insides. Queer love has moved me to come out to my family; queer love has moved me literally to U-Haul with someone far too soon; queer love has moved me to evolve into a more emotionally attuned person.
Regardless of how long you're in a relationship, you just have figured out that she's not the best person for you. What should you do? Sometimes you may want to break an either short or long relationship, which may be the easiest way. However, there's a problem. You're probably looking to do it properly, without having to hurt your partner.
I read an article this week that claimed it takes 6, count em, 6 break ups to actually break up with a lesbian. The hell?! So why then, as dumpees can lesbians not just let go cleanly the first, or even second time? This got me thinking about all the breakups in my friends circle over recent years and what they have all in common.