Three Things Not to Do After a Breakup

California-based relationship coach Amy Chan is the founder of “Breakup Bootcamp” which is a retreat designed to help people get over their exes. This bootcamp has a price tag between $2,495 and $4,195! Between this and her book “Breakup Bootcamp: The Science of Rewiring Your Heart,” you can say she knows a thing or two about getting through breakups.

She recently spoke with “Insider” and shared the top three things she’d never do again if she had just been broken up with. Doing all three of these things can help you move on, so give it a try.

  1. Avoid calling an ex-partner for comfort or conflict. This won’t heal trauma in the long run. Instead of running for the phone, acknowledge the negative emotions you have and talk about them with another supportive loved one.
  2. Steer clear of your ex-partner’s social media. It can amplify your anxiety. Instead, block them on all platforms for at least 30 to 60 days. It’ll help you let new neural pathways form.
  3. Don’t talk poorly about an ex. “All of it just added to me being resentful, holding onto anger, and closing my heart to other people,” Amy explains. Your resentful emotions will ease.

Source: Insider

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