Watched episode 1 of Godless and then skipped to the last episode. I don't think I missed much in between; of course the SJWs are crying that the series isn't feminist enough, even if they acknowledge that any [more] feminism would make the show rather anachronistic. It is bad feminist propaganda as it is, and a stupid story. The final shoot-out showed a lot of movement and exposure that would get one killed but I don't think the creators really cared.
I was thinking about the question after recalling the claim that it takes six months to rewire neural pathways to change a habit; would it take that long to get over a relationship? It does seem that looking to change the object of affection might speed up the process. But is mending a broken heart more like a habit or a complex behavior-emotion feedback loop that requires more time? Obviously pining away for the other person won't help the process; but what can be done to accelerate this? Moving on -- changing one's daily patterns of behavior. Focusing on other things. What other advice do people normally give?