# What limit must x approach in order for h (x) to equal 0, other than the limit as x approaches "don't date or conduct a romantic relationship"?

Let h (x) represent the chance of heartbreak.
Let x represent the ways in which one conducts his or her dating and romantic life.
x =/= don't date or conduct a romantic relationship

lim x -> c h (x) = 0

What is c ("don't date or conduct a romantic relationship" is not a solution)?

In other words, how do I not get heartbroken or minimize the risk as much as possible without not dating or taking part in romantic relationships?

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## Most Helpful Girl

• C wouldn't exist (in mathematical terms).

You need to be fully content with yourself to not experience being heartbroken or to at least minimize the risk of having said heartbreak. A relationship in the end wouldn't solve the problem.

The answer is No Solution unless you change the formula of the equation.

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• "... be fully content with yourself," would be C. ;)

• Shit! close! :)

## Most Helpful Guy

• Lower e (x) = expectation of finding a romantic partner anytime soon, and increase f (x) = having fun with new people in your life. Also realize that dating is not math, no matter what he says
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