According to Cosmo, these are 15 things every woman does after a "break-up"

Women going through a break up all experience these 15 things.



Impulsively buy the sheerest and most tiny dress you can  find, then immediately realize you can't actually figure out how to put  it on your body. There are approximately 75 straps on this and none of them seem to be for arms? Ok YES this is a good and sexy look

Go all out and get that ~daring~ haircut you've just always wanted. Emotional hair appointment booking is a real thing and it is dangerous.

Rearrange your furniture in a way you think will really  improve your feng shui but actually just makes your room look like a  cluttered maze. It's good to ~freshen things up~, but my god, the bed doesn't belong directly in front of the door.

Make out with a man who has a goatee. This is why bars need to be brightly lit.

Commit to every single social activity your friends mention and also all the events Facebook suggests.  Will you know a single person at the niche theme party the bar down the  street is hosting? No! But that's the point, right? Meeting people?  Getting so good at small talk that you lose the capacity for real  conversation? Ha ha.

Extremely commit to an expensive new hobby. It's one  thing to sign up for a single cooking class, but you decided to really  Martha Stewart it up and bought a set of six classes and a new set of  chef's knives. These will look great collecting dust in approximately  one month when you realize cooking is dumb when delivery services  abound.

Get drunk and shamelessly flirt with the friendly man bartender you see every weekend at your go-to bar.  Dammit, this bartender-patron relationship was going along beautifully  (free drinks! a buddy!) until you just had to go and cross the line. How  will you ever find a new regular spot.

Buy a pair of heels that will destroy your feet the single time you wear them.  These shoes were $20 for a reason, and the reason is that they're  actually torture devices. Whatever, high heels are a social construct  anyway. Through these in the trash.

Sign up for an expensive exercise class package, go maybe twice, feel guilty until the package expires. Don't commit to 12 classes of acro-spin-yoga-lates until you've given it a test run.

Book a plane ticket that's surprisingly affordable, forget you have to pay for a hotel once you get there.  What??! Round trip flights to Paris are only $400?!? They're basically  free! You can definitely afford this. Sleep on the sidewalk. It'll be  romantic.

Force yourself to go out to dinner alone way before you're mentally prepared for it.  All your friends have been badgering you to be more independent, and  you thought this would show them, didn't you? Don't worry. If you face  the wall at the restaurant, no one will see you softly crying into your  gnocchi.

Download not one, but four dating apps. So you  thought mindlessly swiping through a tableau of dudes while on the  toilet would prove there are other fish in the sea, didn't ya? Ha, yes.  There are other fish, but they're all somehow named Trey, wear the same  exact v-neck shirt, and are "just in town for a few days."

In an urge to get into meditation, subscribe to a wildly expensive mindfulness app. What? Deep breathing doesn't come free, ok?

Order three bodysuits in each color from American Apparel, because it's GOING OUT OF BUSINESS AND OH MY GOD YOU NEED THEM.  You're a single lady fresh on the market, and how the f**k are you  supposed to go causing for dudes if you aren't wearing a halter top body  suit that makes your shoulders look amazing? This is a rational  purchase. It's fine.

Start a new journal with "well, we broke up." You'll  keep this journal for maybe two, three weeks, and then it'll get tossed  under your bed the moment you meet someone new who's so much better  than your ex.

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