Surviving a heartbreak

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This is one issue in life that we hate to confront but the fact still remains that it might come when one least expected it but that’s life for you. It comes with both pains and laughter and the best bet is to be strong to weather the storm. Going through heartbreak isn’t the end of the world, yes you might be confused, angry, pained or even resent the entire world but that should just be as far as it goes. Its time to dust yourself and move. There’s more to life than heartbreak. If you have been there, you don’t have to remain there use these tips to move on with your life.

  • Be positive:

 The first thing will be you looking at the brighter side of life. Always remember life is still very beautiful. Think and feel good about yourself. He or she wasn’t good enough for you. Believe me, a better person like your soul mate is just by the corner.

  • Go for your goals:

Nothing gives one joy like a sense of accomplishment. If you want to see sadness dies a natural death then achieve the tiniest of your heart desire, this will help keep your heart merrier. So look at those goals you have always wanted to accomplished and start working to succeed with them and don’t forget to celebrate yourself all the way

  • Love yourself:

Nobody can love you more than you love yourself, so start loving yourself and keep away from things that remind you of your ex. Guard your heart jealously and be very careful of what you allow into your head. Don’t allow your ex build a permanent home in your heart, get him or her off your head, mind, and heart. Try to focus on new things that have no connection with your ex.

  • Forget the past:

  Start to live and stop existing. Some people aren’t meant to stay permanently in our lives. So count your losses and move on. Don’t get stuck in the past wondering what you did right or wrong. It might not just be about you, your ex didn’t just want to be with you more time than he or she did. So move on too and believe some things are just not meant to be. Life continues eventually.

  • Seek counseling:

Well, I will not leave out this part, because not everyone has the power to move on easily as stated, so if you can’t deal with this alone then seek help from experts and professionals. Speak to them about your pains and don’t be ashamed to relate all that is in your head to them. I know they will be helpful.

  • Realistic vibes: 

Live in the present which is beautiful for you. Forget negative thoughts like committing suicide, hurting self or people around, resenting the world or refusing to date again. Don’t allow anyone to get you to this point. You can do perfectly well without having a lover; you can be on your own as long as you want.

There you have them, try to use each point daily and I’m sure it will work like magic.

Author: Best

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2 thoughts on “Surviving a heartbreak”

  1. Phil Cee says:

    Thanks for the tips, I experience a few failed relationships that I need to cope up with, this could help me move on with my life.

  2. Jedalyn Bautista says:

    Go through it, not around it. I realize the most difficult task for a person with a broken heart is to stand still and feel the crack.

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