BBWs, those adorable creatures in the bodies of sexy beasts, are particularly difficult to get over. Whether she was your girlfriend or your wife, ridding your mind and soul of a BBW is one of the most difficult things you’ll ever have to do. BBW dating is tricky because finding and keeping the right girl can be quite a challenge, but when we throw breakup into the mix, it can become quite a nightmare. If you’ve found yourself on a BBWs ‘ex’ list, we’ve got just what you need to get over her.

#1: Rebound

Rebound sex or fling may not be the best strategy for women getting over men because women have a harder time controlling their emotions, but a new girl in your life can do wonders to take your mind off that fatal BBW. You can get together with someone you already know who can stop your heart from breaking or find someone completely new. Keep in mind that the first girl you jump into bed or in a relationship with after the breakup is in all likelihood a rebound, so choose wisely. In order words, try not to ‘use’ someone who could possibly be a good match for you as a rebound.

#2: Get Drunk With The Boys

Always helps, but it’s a temporary solution. On the other hand, everything in you life seems to be temporary at the moment, so why not go for a brief kind of relief? Get your boys together and take them to a local pub or just invite them over to your place to drink your sorrows away. They may not have anything groundbreaking to say, but they’ll provide you with the kind of comfort you need at the moment. Your mood will change multiple times in the course of a single day, and sometimes you’ll prefer the solitude, but other times it’s good to have someone to keep you company so you don’t feel all alone.

#3: Stick To What You’re Good At

In the times of hardship, it’s good to have something to fall back on to pass the time. Your bandmates would appreciate to see you rehearse more often, your gym buddies would love it if you’d join them again, your cousin’s getting bored going to the Knicks games with people from work instead of you…You get the point. Now is the time to focus on the things you like to do, and the things you’re good at until the storm passes.