Playlist: “Like You” by EXES; “Tears” by Clean Bandit (ft. You’ve both reasonably assessed the relationship and truly agree you’re better off either as friends or far, far, away from each other.
But, if you’re going to be lying in bed feeling sorry for yourself, you might as well drink something comforting.
And if you’re rejoicing in your newfound freedom because sometimes breakups are a relief, you’ll definitely want something celebratory!
Playlist: “Lucky One” by Post Monroe; “He’s All Yours” by Brooke Eden; “Aftertaste” by Shawn Mendes; “You Oughta Know” by Alanis Morissette; “Like We Used To (Piano Version)” by A Rocket To The Moon; “Hell of a Gal” by Grace One of the scariest things about heartbreak is that you don’t always know it’s coming.
People talk about the recognizing “signs” that indicate your partner has fallen out of love with you, but sometimes it takes months after you’ve split to realize what those were.
Which wine should you reach for when you’ve been dumped?
Obviously there’s no amount of alcohol that can make you forget the asshole who cheated on you or save you from an awkward first date.It’s a complex red wine that often has a bittersweet aroma – think chocolate truffles rolled in dirt – and is high in tannins, so you’ll need to decant it for a few hours.Another option is a Syrah, preferably a French Syrah, which many describe as a wine that “howls out of the glass” (sort of like your ex may be doing in the privacy of his/her bathroom).Invite some close friends over, pop open the bubbly, and blast the playlist below.Playlist: “Hell No” by Ingrid Michelson; “Shame On You” by Jacob Whiteside; “Best Thing I Never Had” and “Sorry” by Beyonce; “Really Don’t Care” by Demi Lovato; “Been There, Done That” by Luke Bryan; “Break Free” by Ariana Grande ft.You may have thought Warner was going to propose like poor Elle Woods here, but life is unpredictable and people fall out of love.