Unless you are extremely lucky, sooner or later you'll have to deal with the ups & downs of a relationship, a breakup.
New research published in the journal of Social Psychological and Personality Science offers concrete advice. So, stick the Ben & Jerry's back in the freezer and step away from the Nicholas Sparks movie marathon. There's new scientific support for a better method of recovering from a nasty breakup: dwelling on it.
We know, conventional wisdom says you're better off destroying the physical evidence of lost love and sealing the memories in a mental vault labeled "Do Not Open, Hazardous Waste!" The research suggests that reflecting on your relationship and breakup may be the better move.