Whether you are trying to forget someone who cheated on you or reeling from the end of a tiring long-distance relationship, your feelings are valid. Regardless of the circumstances, getting over someone you love is never easy. If it were, the world wouldn’t be flooded with millions of self-help books, songs, poems, and paintings highlighting the trauma and pain associated with a breakup.
A split often triggers an emotional fallout, even if you are the one dumping your partner. It likely stings even more if you are unfortunately on the wrong side of a breakup. In such circumstances, it is natural to wish to short-circuit the healing process and get over the breakup. However, experts believe that the process may take a while, but not as long as some believe.
How long does it take to get over someone? What determines the breakup timeline, and is there any way to fasten the process? This article will provide insights into these questions.
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