Love Is Like A Plant Episode: What To Do When Your Breakup Is Dragging Out

Some breakups are cut and dry; the relationship is over cold turkey. And then there are those that drag out. You’re not together, you’re not working on getting back together, you’re just communicating and fanning the flames of hope. But how does that play into your ability to get through the breakup and move forward with your new life?

In this episode of “Love Is Like A Plant” Elle and Sarah respond to one listener’s concern with her dragged out breakup. They each offer advice for the best way to work towards healing after a breakup and how communication with your ex affects that. If you find yourself still texting your ex, you’ll want to listen to this episode. You can listen to the episode on Spotify, iTunes or on Soundcloud. If you like it, be sure to share it with a friend and subscribe to get future episodes!

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