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It also doesn’t mean that you will never date again, so there is an upside.

But when is the right time to pick yourself up and get back on the dating horse? We have met The Rep many times and we have been The Rep ourselves. What is fueling your need to jump into the next relationship?

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If he did it, he's sad for one-billionth of a nanosecond before he starts daydreaming about the new chicks he's going to hook up with.

If he's the one who got run over by the dump truck, however, his post-breakup behavior is far different. But normal dudes like Seal, who are saddened by the end of a relationship, focus on fighting that soul-crushing feeling—figuratively and literally.

I have the soft hands of a writer, so I recovered from one particularly nasty breakup by living inside the game Grand Theft Auto IV for three weeks. But it helped me vent chaotic emotions that I didn't know how to process any other way.

I crashed cars and shot anyone who looked at me funny. Fighting to Win Her Back When a guy realizes he's let something special slip through his fingers—it generally happens the first Friday night he has no plans—he tries to fix it.

For example, do you notice that you feel you are always the responsible one in the relationship?