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Should we follow celebrities and move on quickly after a breakup?

Ariana Grande called it quits with her fiancé Pete Davidson then wrote a song about it. Grande typically leaves one relationship and moves on fast, but the lyrics of her new bop "Thank U, Next" alludes that she may stay single for a moment. Grande isn't the only celebrity who easily replaces partners. Model Amber Rose is known for snagging a new boo swiftly after a breakup. But The Tylt spoke to a relationship expert who said moving on quick may not be the best idea. Should you move on quickly after a breakup? 

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Amber Rose is currently boo'd up with Alexander Edwards of Def Jam Records. She linked up with the executive just after a short-lived relationship with Denver Nuggets baller, Monte Morris. According to Metro, Rose commented under the exec's photo on Instagram and wrote:

"I wish we could have been together this whole time," she wrote. "From the day I met you in 2015, it just wasn't the right time for us I guess, but now ur allllll miiiiine Twin!"

Rose's assistant defended his boss and friend on social media after she was criticized for moving on so quickly. He said Rose moves on swiftly because she isn't afraid of love. He took to Instagram to say:

"She's just not afraid of love." She doesn't settle. Yall be in relationships insecure af following societies rules." 
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In Grande's new song "Thank U, Next," she reveals her new relationship will be with herself. It appears the young singer is taking a break from relationships and focusing on herself. Vogue broke down the lyrics that say

“Plus I met someone else, we havin’ better discussions, I know they say I move on too fast, but this one gon’ last, ’cause her name is Ari, and I’m so good with that.”
“She taught me love, she taught me patience, and she handles pain, that shit’s amazing, I’ve loved and I’ve lost, but that’s not what I see, just look what I’ve found, ain’t no need for searching.”

Lisa Brateman, LCSW, Psychotherapist, spoke to The Tylt and said downtime after a breakup is crucial because you need to self-reflect.

"You need to take time to heal. Especially as a celeb jumping right back in you will make the same mistakes as you did before," said Brateman."Give yourself time because jumping back in it doesn’t allow yourself time to heal."

If you insist on jumping back into a relationship quickly she says:

Ask yourself, whats the rush, what are you trying to achieve and be honest with yourself."
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