I knew after my #NachoTwat fiasco it was going to take me time to process the whirlwind of emotions I had dealt with over the last year. I wasn't myself immediately after it all went to shit. Slowly, I feel like I'm getting back there, but if I'm being totally honest I still think about him on the rare occasion. Oddly, I don't harbor too many ill feelings toward Mitch, mostly because I'm a big believer in karma, and when that shit hits him it ain't gonna be pretty. I never put a time frame on when I needed to fully heal from this, and I think just taking my time to get over it has helped me tremendously. I don't feel the need to replace that empty feeling that accompanies the end of a relationship. I learned to enjoy my "me time" more than I even did before. I know when I'm ready to try again, hopefully with a non-musician douche, I'll be able to give 100% of myself.
In the study on humour and psychological well-being, research has concluded that high levels of adaptive type humour (affiliative and self-enhancing) is associated with better self-esteem, positive affect, greater self-competency, as well as anxiety control and social interactions.  All of which are constituents of psychological wellbeing. Additionally, adaptive humour styles may enable people to preserve their sense of wellbeing despite psychological problems.  In contrast, maladaptive humour types (aggressive and self-defeating) are associated with poorer overall psychological wellbeing,  emphasis on higher levels of anxiety and depression. Therefore, humour may have detrimental effects on psychological wellbeing, only if that humour is of negative characteristics.