Click to print Opens in new window by the autostraddle breakup buds collective Dear friends, within the past year, a large number of Autostraddle writers and friends have experienced breakups of various intensities and complications — so much so that we have an entire Slack channel devoted to the topic. There is no shortage of emotions to process, including so many dark, disturbing questions about the future. Here are some of the things one might ask oneself about your breakup, as brainstormed by various thriving souls who are totally okay at various points over the past month or so. Okay cool.
Been There, Done That: Surviving That Dreaded Lesbian Breakup
The Worst Lesbian Breakup I Ever Had
By Mallory Muffman When my relationship with my long-term girlfriend came to an end, so did a part of me that existed when we were together. She was my first real girlfriend. When we came to an end I went through depression and felt lost for a long time. I had forgotten who I was without her.
55 Questions to Obsessively Ask Yourself After a Lesbian Breakup
Lesbian Breakup Advice Regardless of how long you're in a relationship, you just have figured out that she's not the best person for you. What should you do? Sometimes you may want to break an either short or long relationship, which may be the easiest way. However, there's a problem. You're probably looking to do it properly, without having to hurt your partner.
Sometimes it may feel like you may never recover from the break-up. But you will. These tips might make recovering from a break-up easier. Here's How Recognize what has happened. The first thing you might be feeling is, "I can't believe this is happening!