Leilani

By Leilani

LifeBuzz Staff

15 Things Almost All Women Do After A Breakup… But #9 Never Helps.

So, you might think that your ex is a little crazy. Maybe you thought that she always was. Now that you're broken up, you might think that the air is clear. But sometimes, it isn't always that way, and the situation can be even more confusing.

Below you'll find "crazy" things that some women might do after a break-up and insight as to why. She gets wasted with her friends, texts you, and then ignores you. It really depends on where she is in her life — age, career, and experience — and to be fair, not all of these are true for all women so don't be so quick to judge.

Also, we all know that women aren't the only people who do these things, and we eventually do get out of the breakup funk. And when we do, it's glorious.

Mastering the art of being a super-sleuth.

She'll unfriend you on her accounts, because she doesn't want to distract herself from her goals of moving forward. She really does want to move on, but she'll have her moments of weakness when she can't stop herself from checking on how you're doing. Sometimes the only way to do that, without directly speaking to you, of course, is through social media.

Mastering the art of being a super-sleuth.

Goes out with friends to have fun and ends up hooking up with someone or drunk texting you.

Her friends drag her out (or depending on the girl, it might be her wanting to break free) for some fun, and then she drinks to a point where she misses and texts you. Or maybe she's just feeling lonely. Honestly, it's just hard to tell when you're drunk, especially if the breakup just occurred.

Goes out with friends to have fun and ends up hooking up with someone or drunk texting you.

Talk mad sh*t.

While I don't practice this personally, I've known a few women who bad mouthed their exes, some with good reason (he was actually a jerk, a liar, a cheater, etc.) and others for none other than that of bitterness.

She's suddenly a poet.

She puts pen to paper or maybe she types it out on her blog or Facebook. The practice of artistic expression, no matter how unseasoned, is a healing process for some people.

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