An Australian news site recently reported that a popular Aussie dating site, RedHotPie, conducted a study that concluded winter is indeed breakup season. The study showed that 71% of women and 56% of men would rather break up with a partner if they're not feeling it than bring them home for the holidays.
It’s not the breakup that hurts the most it’s the post trauma that follows it. It is waking up and checking your phone for the messages that isn’t there. It’s like starting your life over again and you have no idea where to begin— rachel (@racheIkerenn) November 9, 2017
What I hate about a breakup is the routine. The fact you’ve mastered their routine and now have to unlearn.— lima. (@hvli__) November 11, 2017
Moving on after a breakup is the toughest thing to do— A Girlfriend's Diary (@book_of_hearts) November 15, 2017
•There's bonus money to be spent/eaten so people wanna have fun without being "policed"— Baba KaNdalo (@mondli_mkeyze) November 14, 2017
•Some people go home n leave da city life/"gf/bf"
•People focus more on having fun dan anything else
What I think
They don't wanna start a new year with someone they don't love anymore,so rather start a new year with alone.☺️☺️— REMBU (@phatu_rembu) November 14, 2017
One of the worst parts about a breakup is knowing you'll never see their dog again, and there dog doesn't know why you stopped visiting.— Q (@QGalvin) November 15, 2017