Many of us looking for help or advice about a breakup search for it online; that might be how you found this site in the first place. Unfortunately a lot of the "help" offered is a marketing scheme designed to prey on us when we're feeling vulnerable.
Here at breakup-coach.com you'll find jokes and comments that take shots at a specific group of men: ex-boyfriends and ex-husbands. This might mistakenly give the impression that it's a man-hating website.
I hope you're paying close attention because I'm about to share with you one of the cornerstones of breakup recovery. If you follow one piece of advice that you find here on my site, choose this one: do not have ANY contact with your ex for 60 days.
One piece of advice a lot of people will give you about getting through a breakup is to "take advantage of your support system". Times like this are one of the reasons we call friends and family a "support system" in the first place, but how we act during the breakup can put a strain on relationships with the people who love us and care about us the most. Our family and friends may get impatient and frustrated, while we end up feeling let-down and disappointed. Sometimes we start to wonder if they really care, but the problem may not be whether they're willing to help. The way you"re going about trying to get support from them may be causing the trouble.