9 Ways To Handle Prying Questions After A Breakup

Over the weekend, Harry Styles was asked about his split with Taylor Swift on a radio show. Harry handled the situation really well, and it got me thinking about how to deal with those awkward post-breakup questions that get asked.

It’s not just celebrities who deal with things like this! Breaking up is tough, but sometimes it is that awkward period where people are learning about the breakup that makes it a zillion times worse. Having people ask “So, why did you break up?” or other intrusive personal questions can be super annoying.

Sometimes the askers are well-meaning and sometimes they are just gossip mongering, but the reality is that it is bound to happen to you. What should you do if someone asks what you feel could be a rude question about your ex-relationship? Here are a few things to keep in mind to own those prying questions and stay on a path that makes you comfortable and able to move on.

What is the rudest thing that someone has ever asked about your relationship? How did you handle it? Tell us in the comments!


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  • Taylor

    Yay for Harry for dealing with it so smoothly! That has got to be difficult… This is a great article, by the way. I’ve never really had to go through a breakup but this totally makes sense.