Why Detaching From Someone Can Take So Long

We’ve all been there. Experienced the pain of a breakup or the realization that your attempts at trying to win someone’s love are futile. The subsequent process of detaching ourselves from them can be both long and tedious. It can be frustrating, even disheartening, to see a picture of them on your phone or their face in a social setting only to be transported back to the pain you once felt. It’s likely you still…

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