—you are free to watch any damn thing you want on Netflix.So grab your favorite pint o’ Ben & Jerry’s, own every cliché in the book, and kick back with these stellar flicks to help you make it through any kind of breakup.Dumped by a particularly hot and heavy summer fling? Sure, it can get get a bit gushy, but it’s a powerful reminder that the relationship you have with yourself is the most significant one you’ll ever have.Sliding Doors It may have been filmed in the 90s, but the lessons Gwyneth Paltrow preaches about love and betrayal ring just as true today.Owners Pauline and Peter Kelly have lived here for 35 years and are downsizing to a property close by.“We have never had to close our curtains in all the years we have been here as nothing overlooks the house,” says Peter Kelly of the house which dates from 1930.Old friends and longtime aides are wringing their hands over Bill Clinton’s post–White House escapades, from the dubious (and secretive) business associations to the media blowups that have bruised his wife’s campaign, to the private-jetting around with a skirt-chasing, scandal-tinged posse.
Roseanne, of course, isn’t gay, unlike every other name listed (minus Grace), but I’d argue that she did more for the ways homosexuals are portrayed on television than any single gay character or couple has done in the years following.(The suit was later settled out of court.)In fairness, it should be said that Clinton’s entourage that weekend also included his daughter, Chelsea, and her boyfriend, Marc Mezvinsky, and no one who was there has adduced the slightest evidence that Clinton’s behavior was anything other than proper.Nor, indeed, is there any proof of post-presidential sexual indiscretions on Clinton’s part, despite a steady stream of tabloid speculation and Internet intimations that the Big Dog might be up to his old tricks.Ultimately, this film reminds you that, yes, you may in fact fall into a post-breakup funk but better times lie ahead. Second, life feels a whole lot better after watching this film where a Manhattanite loses her husband of 16 years to a younger woman.It's both super empowering and has a big dose of serendipity (we swear, that real-life twist-of-fate can happen to you, too). So go ahead and rock that Springsteen adage, “Show a little faith, there’s magic in the night,” as you get ready for your first post-breakup (Tinder date)[/story/smart-photos-tool-will-change-your-tinder-game]. If Clayburgh-as-Erica can reinvent herself and become stronger, happier, and more independent, post-relationship, then so can you. Justin Timberlake The Tennessee Kids...because Justin Timberlake.
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