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Featured Article: How to Grieve and Eventually Move On After a Friendship Breakup

Remind yourself that it’s possible—and totally okay—to grieve the loss of a friendship.


Featured Article: How to Grieve and Eventually Move On After a Friendship Breakup Weena Wise Largo MD
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Rejection hurts, and it’s normal to experience a flurry of emotions, from anger to sadness to confusion, when your bestie decides they no longer want you in their life. Rather than dismissing these very valid feelings (“But it’s not like we dated, right?”), the first and arguably most important step in getting over a friendship breakup is recognizing and addressing your painful emotions head-on, Weena Wise, LCMFT, licensed therapist and owner of Covenant Counseling Group in Maryland, tells SELF.


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