40 Savage Differences Between Breaking Up In High School Vs. Breaking Up In University

Denial, anger and sadness are all part of the process.

Going through a breakup is never easy, whether you're 16 years old, 20 years old or 30 years old. It's always the same emotions that we have to deal with even though we think we have it all figured out as we get older.

We all deal with the denial, the sadness and the anger when you've just ended a serious relationship. But once you get through all of that and come out the other side you realize that that experience probably taught you something and you can finally accept the breakup and move on to bigger and better things.

It's not always easy getting there, but eventually we do! This process is pretty universal no matter the age, but there are some big differences between when we breakup in high school and when we breakup in university.

In the next few pages we'll go through the differences in how the breakup goes, how you feel after the breakup, coping with the breakup, starting to move on, and finally finding a new relationship.

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Mia Shabsove Soon to be graduate from Concordia University in Montreal. Originally from Toronto and yes, Montreal and Toronto are very different cities and no, I don't love one more than the other! My passions include eating pasta for every meal, squealing at every pug I see on the street, taking naps in hammocks, and rewatching episodes of Friends on Netflix. Follow my life adventures on Instagram: @miashabsove