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Pia Garcia, Contributor
 
July 13, 2011

The Better Part of Valor: 5 Things Never to Reveal Post-Breakup

FN lists topics you should never talk about after a split--and explains why discretion is so important. By Pia Garcia
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It's hard to have the self-control to stay silent about a past relationship—especially if you didn't part ways in amicable terms with your ex. It's only natural, of course, to seek comfort from your friends, but how much should you reveal about your old flame, and when exactly should things be kept private? If you're having trouble staying silent, here's a quick guide from FN on the five things you should never discuss post-breakup. Scroll through the gallery below to get you started.

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(First published as "Are Pia Guanio and Vic Sotto Really Over? + 5 Things Never to Reveal Post-Breakup" by Pia Garcia on Female Network)


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