Dr. Felicia Pressley, assistant professor in the College of Counseling, Psychology, and Social Sciences at Argosy University, Northern Virginia, was recently interviewed by Reader’s Digest. Dr. Pressley discussed the topic of “15 things you should never do after a breakup to help you move on.”
Dr. Pressley says that after a breakup, it’s important not to lose sight of who you are as an individual. She encourages positive steps such as learning a new skill or taking a class to enhance yourself as a person.
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