Coping With A Relationship Break Up
Nothing hurts more than someone you love very much breaking up with you, tearing your heart in two. It’ll always be a painful experience, but you can start coping with a break up more easily, and find ways to pick yourself up and move on with your life.
First, you have to make sure you don’t communicate at all with your ex. You might still think you have a chance of winning them back, and as such will want to stay in contact, thinking that they’ll forget about you if you stay out of touch long enough.
However, it’s more likely that, since they’re the ones that broke up with you, they’re not looking to reconcile, and have already started moving on. They’re not going to wait for you to be okay with it to keep going. As a result, your ex won’t be hurt by your lack of communication, but you can take that time to rediscover yourself and move on with your life.
Once some time has passed and passions have calmed, you’ll be able to start gradually communicate with them again, whether it’s to get closure in the relationship or to rekindle it – but before you can think about any of that, you have to just focus on yourself and cut off all contact so you can move on.
Next, be sure to start picking yourself back up to your feet. What do you like to do? Do that, enjoy being single for awhile and take in hobbies that you couldn’t enjoy when you were in a relationship. .
Spend some time with the people who are close to you, as they’ll remind you of your worth. Spend a little money on yourself, work on your appearance a bit. Hang out with your friends and get out for awhile and get a new haircut.
People tend to give up what made them unique when they share their lives with another person. Now that you’re single, you can reclaim yourself. You’ll remember how good it feels to be yourself, and be more assertive in who you are and what you want out of live.
Coping with a break up is quite difficult sometimes. Heed this advice, however, and you’ll be well on your way to feeling better about yourself. Don’t dwell on the past and what you wanted then; look toward the future and what lays ahead of you now.