A break up depends entirely on who proclaimed it and what you wnat to do about it. If you have a situation in which
you just want to get rid of remorseful feelings, then wait about a month, and start going out to clubs, bars, or maybe
even to your school and meet new people. There's no reason to look back, especially if your intention is to move on.
We call that "Oneitis". Oneitis can take place at any time, before or after a relationship. You get the feeling that
you really need that other person in your life, and it becomes very hard for you to now think about. When it gets that
bad, the person with oneitis will act differently/desperatley around the person they feel the attration toward, and
about 99% of the time, they just end up creeping out/annoying/ pushing away that person.
Break ups aren't easy, especially since all that love, trust and work went in the relationship. But if you look back,
you'll only see wasted time, lost moment, and happy times you'll only miss. But, if you look forward and around, you'll
start seeing new people, new possibilities and new fun to be had. The best way to get over a break up it to go meet new
potential mates and people, even if you don't pursue a relationship immediatly, you have to remind yourself that you have
options, that your worth it, thay THEY are missing out, and when they see you with a new, sexy, gf/bf, they're going to
realize it, but by then you don't care what they think ;). Hope that helps.