Who Gets Over a Breakup Faster: Men or Women?

Who Gets Over a Breakup Faster: Men or Women?

According to researcher Craig Morris by the age of 30 most of the people will experience an average of three breakups in their lives, and probably one of them will be intensely difficult to get over, affecting the quality of their lives in a negative way for months,...
Guys Behavior after Breakup

Guys Behavior after Breakup

Being a man does not make us any less susceptible after a breakup. We might handle the results or outcome differently. But we certainly do not handle it any better.   All through my entire life, I have experienced 3 heart crushing breakups. It doesn’t matter if it is...
Is He Hurting After Breakup?

Is He Hurting After Breakup?

There’s the contradictory point of view if men are really hurting after breakup. While women are wired to look emotionally understanding, (even though there are quite a few exceptions) some of those men also look emotionally understanding in their passionate...
What do Guys Think After Breakup

What do Guys Think After Breakup

Breakup is indeed one of the most shocking and overwhelming scenarios that could happen with you in a relationship. Both of you are affected deeply. However, how will you know if he is also concerned with the breakup?   A study conducted by American Psychological...
Why Do Men Act Like They Don’t Care After a Breakup

Why Do Men Act Like They Don’t Care After a Breakup

Have you ever thought why you’re ex boyfriend does not seem very affected and overwhelmed as you after your breakup? Let’s look on the reasons together and find the answers to this question of yours.   “Does he love me?” This is a popular questions I usually hear from...
How Does the Brain React to a Breakup?

How Does the Brain React to a Breakup?

To the human brain, getting dumped is like being burned by a cup of hot coffee. As you will see later in this article, studies conducted by neurologists revealed that just by simply looking to you ex-boyfriend’s picture tend to energize neurological regions and then...
Why Do Breakups Hurt so Much?

Why Do Breakups Hurt so Much?

According to Mark Leary, Ph.D., a professor of neuroscience and psychology at Duke University, rejection and pain are part of human life. The importance of rejection is being missed and people tend to focus more on the pain of rejection and separation.   Though it is...