Saturday, 28 October 2017

15 Simple Things That Will Help You Get Over Your Ex

Breakups are one of the most painful experiences. We go from sharing our lives with someone to being alone... and often with unanswered questions, doubts, and regrets.
What do we do in times like this? We get back up on our feet and do all that we can to remind ourselves how wonderful we are. Here's how:
Thinking about the relationship sounds like terrible advice, right? Wrong. Reflecting on the entire relationship, including the bad stuff, will serve as a reminder that it was far from perfect.
I know, I know, the temptation is there. But what is snooping going to do? If anything, it is only going to make you feel worse. Make a pact to stop checking their social media.
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Best friends, mom, sisters, even friends that you aren't so close to are a great resource right now. Your BFF is your true better half, after all. Isn't she?

5. Focus on YOU! 

Something that a lot of people sacrifice in a relationship is their sense of self. Do something you'd been putting off: Get back into an old habit that was once important to you.
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6. Channel it into a creative outlet.

Even for people who aren't super creative, writing about the breakup and all of the emotions that come with it can be super helpful in letting go. Give it a try in a nice new notebook.

7. Don't hold back tears or emotional episodes. 

Even the strongest and most positive people have their moments after a breakup. It is a normal part of the grieving process, so allow yourself to cry or vent — whatever it is you need to do, do it.

8. Go on exciting solo adventures.

Whether that adventure entails going out to a local park and walking around or going on a mini-vacation, do something alone that will provide a much-needed distraction from all that is going through your head.

9. Focus on a goal and positive self-growth.

Remember that dream you had about starting a book, or a blog, or a photography page, or painting? What about that dream position? Set both big and small goals to work towards, and channel this energy into flourishing.

10. Think about the reason behind the breakup.

Knowing the reason you broke up might help to heal quicker, and better. Otherwise, that thought will be lingering in the back of your mind forever. 

11. Focus on the positive outcomes of the breakup.

Maybe you two fought a lot, or there was something about being single that you'd been missing. Whatever it is, there are resolutions and good things that can come out of every breakup.

12. Try something totally outside your comfort zone.

Go to that cycling or yoga class you've been thinking about going to for months. Take up a new creative hobby, take a cooking or an art class... Just do something different!
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You should be doing this anyway, but it is imperative right now. Go to Lush and treat-yo-self to a face mask and a bath bomb, or grab a pint of ice cream and watch Mean Girls... Whatever self-care means to you, do it up.
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No matter how far along or far behind you might be in the mourning of this relationship, time does heal anything and everything. Have faith that this will get easier and easier, because it will.
You got this!
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