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Before you take to Facebook to let the world know of your newfound singledom, remember these simple rules about what not to post online following a breakup. Just because you’re on an emotional roller coaster doesn’t mean that those ups and downs should be available for public consumption. Just stay away from your computer when you’re tempted to chronicle every stage of the breakup. If you don’t want people to know why you’re sad, don’t insinuate that you’re blue. Don’t force mutual friends to defriend him in order to stay in your good books. In fact, as a general note, don’t post cryptic notes on Facebook ever. Don’t comment on wall posts by any of his/her friends.
It doesn’t seem like she’s taking her recent split from Drake too well.
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I wouldn't be opposed to tossing a few photos if it helps you heal.
But someday I think you will miss having something to remind you of those good moments you shared. If they are of you AND your ex, I'd say keep it - if you're smiling or happy in it. At some point, you'll want to look back and either remember the good times in you life, or have reminders of what you've survived through. It's impossible to plow through a committed relationship in an industrialized nation without piling up an abundant digital record.