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How To Handle What Friends And Family Will Think Of You Being Dumped

Just been broken up with?
And want to know how to deal with being dumped?

Without doubt, one of the worst aspects of being dumped is worrying about what other people will think of you being dumped.

There’s generally two classes of people you’ll be worrying about right now:

  1. What your your friends and family will think
  2. What your frenemies and enemies will think

You’ll be worrying what the above two groups of people will think, but for different reasons for each one.

So how do I get over this pain?

When it comes down to it, the pain of thinking what these people think about you being dumped comes down to one thing -

…Your ego.

Your ego is hurting at what they will be thinking (and possibly saying) about you being dumped.

I go through in my book “THE ERASE CODE: How To Get Over Anyone In Less Than A Week Using Psychology” …how to use this very fact to your advantage right now.

When you use this fact correctly, it will allow you to get over your ex in a much quicker space of time than would otherwise be the case.

How can I ease the pain of having my ego hurt like this?

Other than what I go through in the book, you can ease your pain right now by directly dealing with your ego. Worrying about your ego and pride can be completely gotton over using two methods –

  1. Building your self-confidence
  2. And telling your friends straight away about the breakup.

Telling everybody straight away that you've been dumped means that you're getting all the pain of your dented pride out of the way – straight from the beginning.

It's all done and dusted.

And it's better to be done in one piece rather than by telling people one by one …over an extended period of time.

Why do I have to tell them I was dumped?

Now you may be thinking:

"But why should I care about other peoples opinion? Why should I tell anyone anything? It’s none of their business."

It's true that it's none of their business. However, mentally, most people will be wondering what other people’s reaction will be to the breakup ...and it WILL be bothering them.

You see, we all care to a degree what people think of us ...whether we like to admit it or not.

Building Your Self-Confidence

The other thing you need to work on is self-confidence. Building your self-confidence allows you to understand that breaking up doesn't mean that there is something wrong with you or that you are worthless.

Breaking up just means that there was an incompatibility between the two of you. Self-confidence will also make you put less weight on peoples opinions including those individuals who were of the opinion the relationship wouldn't last.

I cover how to re-build your self-confidence after a breakup in my book. If you're going through a breakup right now, check it out here by clicking this link - “THE ERASE CODE: How To Get Over Anyone In Less Than A Week Using Psychology”.