Break-ups are tough, but tracker jackers are tougher.
So who better to guide you through the heartbreak of dating woes than the tributes of Hunger Games? They have to juggle their love lives while fighting off a large collection of people and creatures that really want to kill them.
If Katniss can get through the games, you can get through this break up.
Even if you are the one who got dumped, don’t focus on your relationship’s end.
Try to pick something productive, whether that means a few extra tasks at work, or working for a non-profit you care about.
Your real friends or your TV friends will suffice. Whoever makes you feel better or lets you talk more.
If your friends’ words of wisdom aren’t helping, go check out some inspirational Pinterest boards.
Just by smiling you’ll feel a little better.
Hopefully one without flames.
Just because your love life isn’t currently awesome, doesn’t mean your professional life can’t be. The best revenge is living well, anyway, right?
It’s natural to want to try to salvage a relationship, but it’s usually best to move on. Rip off the bandaid and get on with it.
Especially during particularly difficult moments, like seeing your ex for the first time since the break up.
Right now there’s a girl who loves all the books your do and a guy who paints murals interwoven with his original poetry. And you can go find them.
Again, despite what The Hunger Games suggests, avoid fire.
For the endorphins and because you want to look even more attractive the next time you see your ex.
If you can’t picture living your whole life without them, just try living a day without them, then another.
Getting the focus off your own pain can make you feel productive and useful.
It’s going to be ok. Are you fighting to the death in the near future? Then count yourself lucky and forget about them.
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