How to take your breakup like a man
Give yourself time to live on your own. It’s healthy to realize that being in a relationship doesn’t define you as a man.
On a side note, consider unfriending her altogether if things ended badly and you don’t want to stay in touch. Double that if she’s stalking you or has some issues she has to deal with.
Otherwise, just keep things light and casual. Don’t hit ‘like’ on everything she posts or bug her with messages; the worst thing you could be is that clingy ex she wants to get away from.
The best move is to keep the connection as it is while not being overbearing. Give her the option to still contact you if she wants.
Oh, and you probably know this already, but I’m going to say it anyway: don’t plaster your timeline with those vague, not-meant-for-anyone-in-particular posts obviously aimed at your ex.
(Also, don’t diss her in public either – take the high road even if you’re upset.)
Don’t waste your time holding your breath, hoping she’ll understand your cryptic post about how she left you high and dry. If you have anything personal to post, block her name so she doesn’t see it – there’s no point in trying to get under her skin or make her feel guilty.
Back in the real world, keep living your life even if you’re torn up. Working on the other parts of your life is the best therapy for a breakup.
Relationships come and go, but you’ll always need to take care of yourself whatever happens. Take control of your life and use this time to be a better guy – your future self will thank you for it.
By the way, here’s one more thing you can take control of: your testosterone levels. A lot of men are losing theirs, and that’s a bad thing because it’s essentially losing your masculine essence, i.e. your ability to attract women.