Are you finding it hard to get past your breakup with your significant other? Or been hurt by your lover? Do you feel like you’ll never be able to heal? feel like you’ll never be able to love anyone again? Do u feel an ache in your heart and you want to let it go?
If yes, then this is for you! These five tips are tested and trusted to remedy a broken heart and heal the cracks in your beautiful soul.
DISCARD ANYTHING THAT REMINDS YOU OF YOUR EX.
Yes, you heard me, discard it. The pictures, the music you enjoyed together, the love letters, every single thing has to go. The more you see them, the more the memories, the more they hurt, and the more the pain. Putting off anything associated with your past relationships is the first step to getting over a heartbreak.
DON’T LOOK BACK.
It’s very similar to the first point but this is a whole different ballgame. After heartbreak, there’s this tendency to feel you were wrong and at fault or you overreacted especially if your ex used to guilt-trip you in the relationship. These feelings are normal but they aren’t true. They are merely a figment of your imagination. You aren’t wrong so don’t make that call or send that message begging for forgiveness.
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ACKNOWLEDGE THE EMOTIONS.
Heartbreak comes with a lot of troubling emotions and sometimes we want to shove them to the side and pretend nothing happened while silently hoping they’ll go away. It’s like a fake it-till-you-make-it kind of thing. But, it really doesn’t work that way. Your emotions need to be acknowledged, discussed, and let out before you can get past them. So cry a river today and you’ll truly feel better.
DO THE THINGS THAT BRING YOU JOY.
This part isn’t easy because when people are hurt, they find it difficult to love anything even the things that usually bring them joy. It’s understandable but if you want to smile anytime soon, you need to do that thing you love. And no, I don’t mean your ex. I mean things like art if you’re an artist, cooking if you cook, and baking if you have a knack for the oven. It might feel unbearable at first but in time you will be smiling unawares.
Inasmuch as we try to deal with issues on our own, we as humans always need someone to talk to. It must not be an actual therapist. A trusted friend you could vent to will do, or family or a sibling. Basically, anyone you trust who if you call can come around and keep loneliness at Bay and do fun things with you that would keep your mind far from depressing thoughts.
Dear reader, there is life and love after a heartbreak and I hope these five tips help you heal and lead you to happiness and joy.
P.s. This blog was written by a friend of mine (Abigail; thanks to a lot dearie…muahh) just for you, lovely! If you like blogs like this, comment below and I will surely get them through to you.
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