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If falling in love is warm, magical and sweet, then falling out of love is the opposite: cold, bleak and absolutely brutal.
The people of Twitter confirmed this for anyone blissfully unaware after they were challenged by writer Arabelle Sicardi to share what exactly was said for them to fall out of love.
Sicardi asked and the internet certainly delivered.
@arabellesicardi “ But what about my needs? What will I do?” -In reference to my possible breast cancer surgical options. — elsydash (@elsydash)
@arabellesicardi When I posted #metoo on Facebook and my boyfriend commented #methree — The Ghost of Shandra™️ (@The Ghost of Shandra™️)
@arabellesicardi About mental illness: ‘Won’t you ever, like, grow out of it?’ — Frank (@Frank)
@arabellesicardi "you know that's not normal right?" he says exasperatedly after I have an anxiety attack in a trai… https://t.co/Gp9Ja5AleJ — Dean (@Dean)