Relationships take work, sure, but how much work is too much?
And though when you're in the throes of feelings for someone, it's hard to remember that you could possibly feel that way about anyone else, you can — and you will.
Because the truth is, like any relationship, sometimes you just need to let a long-distance relationship go.
If you're not ending a toxic relationship, the one thing to keep in mind through it all is really easy: be kind.
Because every relationship is different and every relationship breakdown is just as unique.
Even if you've fully accepted that the relationship has come to a close, actually letting the person go isn't something that you can snap your fingers and have magically happen.
Although sometimes the one that got away can be a nothing more than a wistful memory, for other people it can become toxic — and even obsessive.
It's hard to gauge how you're actually feeling about it, especially because one of the ways we often get over a breakup is to tell ourselves we're over it, before you actually are.
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When it feels like your relationship isn't working, it can be incredibly stressful.