Jason Tartick Says It ‘Bodily and Mentally Sucks’ to Transfer Out of Dwelling He Shared with Ex Kaitlyn Bristowe

Shifting on isn’t simple.

In a video posted to Instagram, Jason Tartick shared the hardships that include the top of a relationship, when he documented his expertise transferring out of the house he shared along with his ex, Kaitlyn Bristowe.

“It bodily and mentally sucks,” an exasperated Tartick says as he and his good friend Hawk Jameson load up a storage unit. “Thank God for him,” the Bachelorette alum tells the digital camera, gesturing towards Jameson. 

The scene shifts to the house Tartick, 34, shared with Bristowe, 38. A golden retriever approaches the funding banker as he packs piles of his garments right into a transferring field. The canine gingerly locations its head into Tartick’s arms, whereas giving the fact TV star a tragic look. 

In a separate clip, Tartick stands inside a big transferring van as his canine attempt to hop into the again. 

The video ends with clips of the empty storage unit. Then, it cuts to Tartick closing the door of the now-full unit. Jameson offers the U-Haul one final tug earlier than the clips finish. 

Jason Tartick Says It Physically and Mentally Sucks to Move Out of Home He Shared with Ex Kaitlyn Bristowe
Jason Tartick’s golden retriever appears longingly on the former ‘Bachelorette’ suitor.

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Within the caption, Tartick revealed the extent to which Jameson supported him on this time of heartache. 

“A number of weeks in the past my finest buddy Hawk referred to as me and requested what my plan was for the weekend and if he may assist,” Tartick begins. He then explains that he informed Jameson that he deliberate on transferring, however was doing okay.

Tartick reveals that Jameson informed him, “Friendships would imply little or no in the event that they had been solely utilized when it was handy.” Tartick says Jameson “booked his flight and was there the following day.”

“I stated I used to be okay, I wasn’t and never solely did I would like him there that day and I wanted him there that day,” the previous Bachelor contestant writes. 

Jason Tartick Says It Physically and Mentally Sucks to Move Out of Home He Shared with Ex Kaitlyn Bristowe
Jason Tartick is transferring out of the house he shared with ex Kaitlyn Bristowe.

Jason Tartick/Instagram

Bristowe appeared on The Bachelor in 2015 as a contestant vying for Chris Soules and, after being eradicated, grew to become the Bachelorette for the present’s eleventh season later that yr. She acquired engaged to frontrunner Shawn Sales space, however the pair ultimately cut up in 2018.

Tartick appeared as a contestant on season 14 of The Bachelorette in 2018, competing for Becca Kufrin. Bristowe and Tartick met the identical yr throughout a taping of her Off the Vine podcast and started relationship in early 2019. 

On an August episode of his Buying and selling Secrets and techniques podcast, Tartick mentioned how he is been coping along with his emotions by way of the breakup. “Kaitlyn has been in L.A. working this week so I have been fortunate sufficient to have the boys with me and it has been only a true blessing,” Tartick stated, referencing the previous couple’s two canine, Ramen and Pinot.

“I simply suppose by way of this time and it is like, actually, we discuss rather a lot about careers and cash right here, and that may be a large basis to our life, but it surely simply comes all the way down to relationships, friendships and people who are round you. And though Ramen and Pinot are animals and pets, they’re finest buddies to me, and simply having them with me has been wonderful,” he continued. “Having an awesome help system [in the] final month to few months has been all the things to me. I’ve leaned on them more durable than I’ve ever in my life — ever — leaned on my help system.”

The previous Bachelorette suitor famous that he has been going to remedy. Tartick’s time in counseling has taught him that “there is no timeline” for “dealing with grief and being in love with somebody and dropping that somebody.”

“It is simply unhappy, it is lonely, it is an empty feeling. And there is occasions the place you’ve gotten these simply tidal waves of melancholy, however then there are these occasions the place, like, you are feeling lifted and you’re feeling good once more,” he defined. “And it is simply this back-and-forth flood of feelings.”

Jason Tartick and Kaitlyn Bristowe pose at the 25th Anniversary of "Chicago" on Broadway at The Ambassador Theater on November 16, 2021 in New York City.
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Bristowe and Tartick introduced the top of their engagement in an Instagram publish on Aug. 6. 

“After sharing the information with household and shut buddies first, and taking the time to correctly course of it ourselves, we’re saddened with heavy hearts to share that we have now determined to finish our engagement,” they wrote in a publish shared on each of their pages which featured a photograph of the pair cuddled up collectively.

“We’re grateful for all of you who gave us the time and house to course of this life-altering resolution as there are a lot of feelings and adjustments to navigate.”

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