Dealing with bad break-up – 5 Ways to Cope

Relationships are the hardest to keep. Although they are built around strong emotions of love and affection, relationships undergo tough challenges. And these challenges can make or break relationships.

Too many good relationships go bad for so many reasons. And in many cases, it could have been prevented but because of dishonesty, assertiveness, vanity, jealousy, pride, and spite relationships turn sour and lead to break up.

Instead of managing these conflicts, many initiate separations and break-ups. They panic and ultimately make the situation much worse.

It would be easy to say that both parties should have just thought of a compromise or just have a responsive communication.

Easier said than done.

For one reason, every person has his or her own interest, own perception, own set of values. Each of us is different and we are proud of that, and it hurts our egos to change for someone, even for the object of our affection.

It’s pretty disappointing to realize that the sweetest of relationships can turn into miserable partnerships and then lead break-ups. But break-ups actually commence a brand new start.

“How can you keep going when your heart is broken?”

“How can you find joy and fulfillment in this painful period?”

Breaking up can cause a range of negative emotions such as depression or sadness, emptiness, and misery. To recover from a break-up is not simple. But can be done. It can be quick and less painful.

We need to understand one thing… Life goes on.

How to deal with a painful break-up: 5 steps to turn the table and start anew.

 Own emotions. Let it out.

Shout it out. Let it out. Share your feelings. Most people find that owning their emotions and pouring out their feelings with somebody they trust help them feel better. Don’t be afraid to cry. Going through a break-up can be really tough, and getting some of those raw emotions out can be a big help. This is a tough one for guys, but there’s no shame in crying now and then. No one has to see you do it. Find a place where you can be alone, like crying into your pillow at night or in the shower when you’re getting ready for the day.

Desensitize naturally. Feel the pain go away.

Give yourself time. It takes time for sadness to go away. Almost everyone thinks they won’t feel normal again, but the human spirit is incredible — and the heartbreak almost always heals after a while. Getting over a break-up can take a couple of days to many weeks — and sometimes even months. Some people feel that nothing will make them happy again and resort to substance abuse. Others feel angry and want to hurt themselves or someone else. People who drink or do drugs escape from the reality of the loss may think they are numbing their pain, but the feeling is only temporary. They’re not really dealing with the pain, only masking it, which makes all their feelings build up inside, prolonging the sadness.

So be patient and let the healing begin.

Encourage positive self-worth

Be kind to yourself. Remember what’s good about you. Sometimes people with broken hearts start to blame themselves for what had happened. They exaggerate their faults as though they did something to deserve the desolation and misery.

Remind yourself of your good qualities, and if you can’t think of them because you’re too broken, get your friends to remind you. Take good care of yourself.

 Do the things you genuinely enjoy

Do the things you normally enjoy. Whether it’s seeing a movie, going to a concert or hang out with friends. Do something fun to take your mind off the negative vibes for a while. Keep yourself busy. Sometimes this is hard when you’re coping with depression but it really helps. This is a great time to try something new. 

Five learn that no one in this world is born exactly the same thus Let go, Trust  and Love again.

You can never take back what had happened in the past. Instead of crying and whining, learn from it. Even failed relationships give useful insights to make present relationships easier, more enjoyable, and rewarding. You must remember that in life, that things sometimes don’t go as planned. Don’t hold grudges because it discourages you from moving on. Grab the opportunity to love a different person. Who knows? That person could be the one. You will never know unless you give your heart another chance.

Everything in this world is temporary. Get yourself to adapt to change.

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