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by Lily Wellen
For some people, Valentine’s Day being around the corner is a reminder that things are not going so well with their sweetheart. Maybe it’s time to let go and move on from your partner. Have no fear, we have the tunes to help you out and make this all a little bit easier for you. Here’s your Break Up mixtape to help you get over your new ex:
Your former significant other in a new relationship? Well, it’s not ideal, but you can take your mind off of it by dancing to this catchy tune. Spin around circles, belt this out and show that you don’t care anymore.
If they told you weren’t enough, then it should be easy for you to follow suit from Ceelo and forget them. Remind yourself all the bad things they thought about you and make it easier for you to say bye and move on.
Your relationship is over, so it’s time for you to go on your own. It’s hard, but sometimes you have to be alone to grow and be happy. Stevie Nicks reminds us that.
Let out some anger by singing this at the top of your lungs. Carrie Underwood doesn’t let anyone mess with her, and neither should you.
Gwen Stefani breaks down how hard those initial first weeks of a break up are. Cope and recover with her catchy lyrics.
You may be unsure you did the right thing or not. This song reminds us that sometimes we are torn, however, you have to remember, “You’re all out of faith,” so it’s time to ditch them and move on.
The spark is gone, the feelings are fading and this relationship just isn’t what it used to be. Help yourself out, break it off and find someone who brings that loving feeling back.
Your other half keeps breaking your heart. Don’t let it continue and end it before your heart completely breaks.
Now, that your sweetheart is out of your life, you can join Kelly Clarkson in breathing again and feeling ready to be free.
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