Breakups are tough - even for celebrities like Liv Tyler. "My mother always told me that you may fall down and scrape your knees, but you brush them off and keep going," the actress telling U.K.'s Harper's Bazaar of her split from husband Royston Langdon. "For the first time in my life, it's so much harder for me to get up and brush [off] my knees after five years of marriage. I am feeling the pain and the loss of everything." Liv has been finding comfort in spending time with their son, Milo, 3. "I'm trying to just take one day at a time and be the best mom I can - but it is a strange time, like walking down the road with nowhere to go," the actress told the magazine. "We'll see where it takes me." As for when she'll get back out into the dating pool, Steven Tyler's daughter says she can't even remember the last time she had a real kiss. "I kiss Milo on the lips all the time but I haven't had a kiss kiss for a very long time," she says. How long do you think a person should wait between the end of one relationship and the beginning of another.