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Admin16.08.2021

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If you find yourself snacking on all sorts of sugar in order to soothe the heartbreak — hey, we don't blame you — it could be causing additional inflammation as well via Cosmopolitan , so be sure to take care of both yourself and your skin.
Admin25.06.2021

Moving On Too Fast After A Breakup

So what happens when we fall out of love? These emotions have actually nothing to do with the other person but to do with you and your personal worries.
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Admin11.08.2021

6 Ways Breakups Affect Your Brain, From Enjoying Sad Music To — Wait For It — Lowered IQ

While research on the subject of how breakups affect the brain is still fairly limited, there have been a few significant studies conducted to try and understand how the brain behaves when a person is experiencing heartbreak.
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Admin29.06.2021

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Trying To Make You Jealous If your ex is angry over the two of you up, they may try to play games to make you jealous.
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Admin10.08.2021

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Understanding the root of the pain after a break up is important to recovery and feeling better.
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Admin30.06.2021

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Take all the time in the world.
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Admin11.08.2021

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They can cause us to not even want to leave our beds, to eat more than our fair share of a huge tub of ice cream, and to sit and wallow on our sofas while the rest of the world scurries on by.
Admin03.07.2021

6 Ways Breakups Affect Your Brain, From Enjoying Sad Music To — Wait For It — Lowered IQ

Mello adds in some scientific reasoning.
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Admin08.09.2021

Ways Your Brain Plays Tricks On You After A Breakup

The more you can rationalize your thoughts and fears, the sooner you can start to move forward from what's going on inside your body after the fall of a relationship.
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Admin28.06.2021

The Unexpected Effects Your Breakup Can Have On Your Body

Related: The problem with this is that the person is looking for a relationship because of problems related to themselves instead of actually loving the other individual for who they are.
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