Sometimes break ups can be so heartening ,especially when it comes from the people we mostly love ,some break ups we can see them coming but other speed up with total surprise,after they leave mostly they make everything to perish too,they will go with the love and leave you with hate ,While it’s hard to realize in the midst of anguish and disappointment,
your life can get back on track and become enjoyable again. The key is
to put your energy into new relationships and new experiences.
Accept that the relationship is over. Yes, you and your
significant other might get back together, but if you spend time
fantasizing about that idea, you risk further stress and disappointment.
You have to accept a relationship is over before you can truly move on.
Express your grief, but do it productively. Don’t post
negative things on social networking sites or try to get revenge on your
ex. Rather, write a poem, start a journal or share your feelings with a
Avoid excessive overeating or drinking. These may provide temporary relief, but they can hurt you more in the end.
Treat yourself to a “me” day. If you have the finances, get a
new, stylish haircut, eat a delicious meal at that restaurant you
haven’t tried yet, buy a new wardrobe or spend a day at an amusement
park. Treat yourself to a day that’s all about you.
Reconnect with friends and family members whom you haven’t
seen or talked to in awhile. A relationship can take up a lot of your
time, giving you less time to spend with friends and family members. Now
is your chance to reconnect with these people who can also act as a
support system if you’re still grieving and need to talk to someone.
Join an organization or group. Take up bridge, volunteer at
an after-school program or help pass out materials for a local
politician. Doing this helps you meet people and focus your energy on
positive activities instead of sitting at home and feeling sad.
Acquire a new skill. Finally learn the guitar or how to make
an omelet. Write a play or dust off that Spanish-English dictionary you
haven’t looked at since college. Learning new skills makes you feel
productive and opens you up to things you didn’t know about before.
Seek new, healthy relationships once you’re ready. Avoid a
“rebound” relationship or something just to give you a few thrills
before you find something new. Instead, try to meet new people and see
what happens. It may take time. You might still be upset over your
previous relationship ending, but once you open yourself up to new
possibilities, getting over the relationship becomes a lot easier.