"You Failed As A Man If You Insult A Lady After A Break Up"- Lady Says
By Savigny | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 0 views
Relationships are very exciting to have because they make you feel loved. However, breakups are one of the worst experiences that could happen to someone especially when the person intends to continue the relationship. It brings a feeling of regret.
This is why most lovers are not at peace with each other after breaking up. They tend to go on social media to complain and insult their ex because of the wrong they feel has been committed towards them.
A lady identified as Beccababe on Twitter has stated that men should stop insulting women after breaking up with them. According to her, men who do this show that they have failed.
"Insulting a woman after a breakup and exposing her past in front of others. You failed as a man."
I believe that although breakups are painful and heartbreaking, couples should learn how to forgive each other after a breakup so that they can move on with their lives in peace.
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