No more Justina! Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are dunzo. It would be sad if they weren’t both super rich, famous and still going through puberty. They’ll get over it okay. Still, the sting of a broken heart does lead people to do stupid things. As a trained professional, my first recommendation is to have sex with someone else immediately. You may have guessed that by trained professional I clearly mean back alley slut. What else is there to do? Weep around taking pity on oneself? My approach is way more fun than spooning stuffed animals and crying into half melted ice cream. Plus, it burns calories.
Sex is a natural, sex is fun, and it is part of a healthy lifestyle. Obviously safety is at the top of the list when selecting a bedfellow. Emotionally, ensure both parties know the deal and understand the fleeting circumstances; getting over the ex post break-up sex. Neither Justin or that little witch (career reference!) will have a hard time finding some other famous hotttie to bone them, although Biebs was supposedly striking out with the Victoria’s Secret models last week. The lesson here is to stick with your own demographic. Doesn’t Disney have delivery service in place?
Besides sex, there are other methods to mending a broken heart:
Other physical activity: Play hoops, go bowling with some friends, hit the gym, whatever. Exercise is a stress buster. For a little mouse like Bieber it could also help him develop some man muscles.
Meditate: Let’s be real, two years is a long time anyways. It’s possible the shelf life ran its time and that was that. Move on!
See a real professional: Your friends, hairstylist, and yes, trainer, may give great advice (as clearly evidenced here), but there are people who went to school for this stuff. They can help pinpoint why the relationship ended and what needs to be realized in order to have a more solid, long-lasting relationship.
And finally, enjoy an adult beverage: In his native Canada, the Biebs can drink legally. I suggest he does so. Not to get trashed, just to loosen up a bit and let it all go. A couple drinks fits into a healthy diet. In fact, boozing can actually be good for you! See benefits of drinking at the Better Blog