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Some women are turning to TikTok to share the pettiest things they've done after the end of a relationship, and their revenge stories are seriously jaw-dropping.

The trend has exploded with people stitching their stories onto a video that asks the question: "What is the pettiest thing you've done after the end of a relationship?"

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So your relationship ended. Suddenly, life is different. You have no one to constantly text, and a ton of free time that you wish could still be spent with your ex. Or- maybe you haven't been in a relationship for a while, and consequently you've spent years complaining & believing that the grass is greener on the other side.

Well it's time to stop moping around and realize that there are certain freedoms and advantages to being single, as well as opportunities for your time to be better spent! Here are twelve things you can do to make the most out of being single.

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Let's all admit one basic fact about humanity: getting broken up with is one of the worst feelings in the world. Most of us would gladly submit to a month's worth of voluntary colonoscopies than deal with the emotional turmoil that stems from human rejection. And regardless of if you saw it coming or secretly believe it's probably for the best, having another person decide they don't want to be with you anymore is a major blow to a person's fragile little ego.

And in the frenzy of emotions, we often deal with our new-found feelings of dismissal in all the wrong ways. We pine, we struggle to keep strings attached, we booze and sex and after-sex-sob our way through break-ups. And in an attempt to make sense of all of it, we listen to outdated advice on how to, "Love like you've never been hurt before."

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Breakups suck and no matter what season they may occur in, it can be difficult to navigate through life after one. Think of a breakup like overeating. You feel like crap for a while but that feeling will subside and when it does, you get a new leash on life. A breakup is a much needed cleanse, never dwell on your sorrows but instead rid yourself from the pain and give yourself around 30 days to ‘relationship detox’.

When dealing with a breakup in the summer, one can be faced with mixed emotions. Yes, you are now able to go out with your friends and simply enjoy your outings without even thinking about someone else and just allow your inhibitions to flow. However, you can also feel lonely because you no longer have that special someone to fill those beautiful days and nights with romantic adventures. Don’t sweat it because as the saying goes ‘there are plenty more fish in the sea’. Here are some of the most killer ways to get over your ex, while of course looking and feeling drop dead gorgeous.

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You just got dumped and it's not a good time. Angry texts have been sent, friendships on Facebook have been deleted, drinks in faces have been thrown. You're feeling the feels and trying to adapt to singlehood but not really succeeding. What's so great about eating alone, you think to yourself. Well, my friend, there is much good about eating alone. And being alone in general. Here's a list of stuff that will surely convince you it's going to be ok.

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