SHE’S GO­ING THROUGH A BAD BREAK-UP.

Cosmopolitan (India) - - YOU, YOU, YOU -

DON’T SAY: “I never liked him,

any­way.”

IN­STEAD SAY: “I un­der­stand how you feel, break­ing-up is aw­ful.” You need to re­main neu­tral—af­ter all, your friend’s re­la­tion­ship may have ended, but there’s al­ways a chance they could rec­on­cile. “Tell your friend that what­ever she is feel­ing is fine,” says Dr Nour. “Un­der­stand she’s mourn­ing the loss of a re­la­tion­ship, its mem­o­ries and hopes they may have had for a fu­ture to­gether.”

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