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IKEA-Inspired Manuals Will Teach You How To Get Over A Breakup


Designer Caisa Nilaseca has produced a series of IKEA-inspired instruction manuals on how to get over a breakup. Just like the Swedish furniture brand’s iconic manuals, these illustrations provide a step-by-step guide that includes the materials you will need and how to start moving on from a breakup. With seven different ways to get over a breakup, such as traveling or simply taking your time to grieve, we are sure there is something for everyone.

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