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Of this sample, 186 (66%) had experienced a breakup on average 3.6 months before this study.
Prior research has shown that university undergraduates who interpret their non-marital romantic breakup through a negative lens experience greater difficulty adjusting to the breakup.
Sbarra (2006) examined factors that predicted how quickly people recovered from their sadness and anger after a breakup. Emotional recovery was defined as a point in time when the individual felt as good (for three successive days without relapse) as a comparison group of participants in an intact relationship.
In an experimental study comparing those who saw a scenario in which they were rejected versus a scenario in which they did the rejecting, higher levels of breakup distress were noted in those who saw the scenario of being rejected (Waller, 2008).
"The toughest breakup I had to go through was losing my father.
Gerald stressed that contrary to speculations, there is no third party involved in the breakup.
"No one else was the reason, the cause of the breakup," the Kapamilya actorsaid.
Analyst Dan Ives of Wedbush Securities said in a research note that breakup orders appear unlikely based on current US law.
Using a combination of cutting-edge ground-based technology and new space-borne observations, they have demonstrated the essential role of an auroral breakup in ionizing the deep atmosphere.
TAB Model O'Rourke and Amsden [32] proposed the TAB breakup model which is based on Taylor s analogy between an oscillating and a distorting drop and a spring-mass system.
Perhaps, to once again dispel the unending breakup rumours, Davido posted a romantic photo of him and Chioma kissing passionately.
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