We have been dating for 2 years

Whether it’s eating an entire tub of ice cream, crying for three hours straight or ceremonially throwing out everything that reminds you of them, there are a whole host of perfectly acceptable post break-up activities. Take a look at the top 10 If there was only one thing we could tell you about what not to do after a break-up this would be it.

Write Them a Future Spouse Letter If this person is possibly “the one,” write them a future spouse letter.

Tell them how you feel (now), what you're excited about and what you hope life will look like in 10 years.

In 2009, I told my wife that I was going to marry her. A few weeks later, I convinced her to take a chance. We went to one of those fancy restaurants where you cook your own food over an open flame, followed up by a night of ice skating (which we could barely do), and capped the evening with dessert and a few hours of good conversation.

Now as many of you know, I've been married for almost 5 years now.

Go Somewhere Awesome With a Married Couple Around date number 10, plan a trip or daycation with a married couple (without kids).

Watch their mannerisms and the way they talk to each other.

It can feel like you’ll never meet someone special ever again, but don’t resign yourself to a lifetime of singledom.

Love ebbs and flows, it’s not a one-time only experience.

And what things will hopefully help close the deal… Get Raw Details Early On It can take some time to find your soul mate. Ask the important questions within the first 3 dates.

This could mean many dates with multiple people over a few years. Religion, kids, where you want to live, dreams, career, politics, etc.

You need to grieve the loss of the relationship – if you don’t you’ll find it even harder to move on.

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