Tara PeleTechnical Blogger, MCA from New York, New York
Technical Blogger, MCA from New York, New York
Answered on Sep 26, 2019
A breakup can be very painful, especially if you have invested a lot of time and feelings. This is always expected when you are in a relationship, and now that the relationship is over, you do not know how you can push through. You ought to remember that now is the right time for you to focus on yourself and the things that you want. If you need to make yourself look better, you can definitely do it.
In the process, allow yourself to mourn the breakup. Now is not the right time for you to try to forget or be in denial about the end of the relationship. A breakup is the death of a relationship, and you have all the right to become sad and to feel pain because of it. Accepting the breakup will make it easier for you to be on your path to moving on.
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C. WasekPhilanthropist, Post Graduate, Corpus Christi
Philanthropist, Post Graduate, Corpus Christi
Answered on Sep 26, 2019
Getting over a breakup is not always an easy thing. At times you find yourself practically incapacitated to function properly just because you haven't gotten over your ex, especially those memories both of you had in the relationship. So how do you get over a breakup? I believe the steps I'm about to share will help, although it takes time. The first step to take is to create a distance between you and your ex. Try as much as possible to prevent circumstances that will linger the memory of your ex in your mind. Stop chatting with your ex, stop calling and text messaging him or her.
The idea behind this is that when you do this, it will be easier for you to cope and deal with the absence of your ex around you. The second step is to prepare your mind for a new beginning. Stop worrying about anything, keep your brain busy with things that will be of more benefits to you. And finally, try and get rid of things that can trigger your feelings for your ex. This includes both physical things and things that are locked up in your memory.
W. WrightBiology student, Biology student, Astoria
Biology student, Biology student, Astoria
Answered on Sep 20, 2019
Moments after a breakup are usually very difficult. We all deal with heartbreaks and breakups differently. However, there are some key things you can do to help you heal from the pain of a breakup. Give yourself time to grieve, let yourself cry if you feel the need to this will help you to come to a reality that the future you except with this person is no longer possible. Get out all the anger, hatred, depression, sadness, and all the bad energies you feel towards this person. Do not remain in one position, go out, exercise, punch a punching bag, and listen to music.
Do all you can to get rid of the bad energy. It is important to forgive. Do not stay alone at this time; many have gone into depression because they decide to stay alone after a breakup. Be with your friends or family. There will be there to encourage you. Get rid of all things reminds you of your EX, get a new hobby, do something new with your time, and move on with your life.
Getting over abreakup can be very difficult, especially if you were together for a long period of time. Even short relationships can be very painful when they end if the two people had serious feelings for each other. But alas, relationships must often end if the two people are not compatible with each other. Each person deals with a breakup differently but some common things to do is to talk about it with your friends and family and find support from them during this difficult time.
Another thing is to do a lot of self-care. Watch your favorite movies, eat your favorite foods, take hot baths and just try to be nicer to yourself while trying to get over these feelings.