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It's Not You, It's Me

“She didn’t understand me.” “He couldn’t give me what I needed.” When a relationship ends, it’s easy to put the blame all on your partner. Go ahead and get angry—but once it subsides, try taking a look inward to see where you can make changes in order to have a better relationship experience in the next go-round.

If you don’t know where to begin, try some relationship resolutions from Heather Hunter, who writes an iVillage blog celebrating the single life. “This Fish” is poignant, sometimes hilarious and always spot on. Though it is written from a woman's perspective, both guys and girls can do well to remember that your ex is not the only person in the world you are compatible with. Expect more, tolerate less, and give less weight to the end of the relationship. Life will go on. In the meantime, decide what you do—and don’t–want, and don’t be afraid to seek it out! [iVillage]

Posted: 4/2/08