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Badmouthing and Breakups

Published on November 30, 2015 by TeenVoice
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When we do well, it’s because we are good. And when we do badly, then it wasn’t our fault. Why do we behave like that? And why do people often say a lot of bad things about each other.

A special situation is when people badmouth each other after a breakup and also spread the secrets they had together as a couple. There are two main reasons for this behaviour.

When you understand why all this happens, you will be stronger and smarter. You can simply be a better person.