The Breakup Between President Trump and Former Attorney Michael Cohen

Today’s headlines point to how much things have changed between President Trump and his close personal lawyer who called himself the fixer.

As the one in the San Diego Union Tribune put it. “In Echoes of Watergate, President’s Former Attorney to Tell All.”

After years of Donald Trump and Michael Cohen working together, starting long before the Trumps moved from Manhattan to Washington, D.C., and long before Cohen pleaded guilty and is now headed to prison soon, the man the president depended on and has been talking to the special counsel for months, is about to let his former boss have it.

Talk about a bad break up.

But in the interest of maybe offering up some advice, here are 5 ways to recover from a break-up that come from a relationship website and author Danielle Page:

First, talk about your breakup — but make sure it's a constructive conversation. The President shouldn’t have a problem with talking.

Secondly, socialize with a supportive group of friends. The President has plenty of them.

Thirdly, beware of social media.Now this one the President may have a problem with since he spends hours on Twitter now.

Fourthly. write down what you learned from your broken relationship.Now that might make a best-selling book one day.

And the final bit of advice about how to recover from a break up? Practice gratitude.That’s good advice for anyone including the President of the United States.

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Former Trump Attorney Michael Cohen  Getty Images
President Trump on White House Lawn   Getty Images


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