Of course, everyone gets a little blue after experiencing heartbreak, but if you continue to play the role of Debbie Downer, people will get fed up with you. You don’t want to become the new stereotype of a depressing woman. Today, we asked men to share their opinions on when they find it too depressing to be around a woman whose heart has been broken.
1. When she sighs a big long sigh in front of everyone.
“She sounds like she wants people to worry about her.” A big long sigh can appear overdramatic and you may be viewed as an attention seeker. Try not to sigh in the office or class. If one or two sighs slip out when you are with a trusted friend, though, they’ll understand.