It was so heart-wrenching for me when my high-school love told me he is not into me anymore. His feelings have vanished and he’s seeing someone else, leaving me raw and vulnerable. Six months later I joined college and spent a month being a “serial dater” resulted in finding a new love of my life that helped me to recover from my ex. Time passed and he left, too, leaving me depressed and discouraged about finding anyone ever again. After a month and a half the hopes were high, I found another love to leave me broken-hearted once again. And the list goes on…
My life is a series of break-ups so there are plenty of things I’ve learned to cope with the pain and let it go.
Facebook, Insta, Twitter, Facetime, Snapchat, Gmail, Skype and your phone, they ought to be deleted and blocked from everywhere right away!
Talk to your mother, sister or a friend who is wiser and knows the right things to say at such situations. Tell them what happened and cry on their shoulder. They will comfort you and help you feel better.
It gets really hard to get excited about things after having a break-up, but the only way to over-come the post break-up syndrome is to do things you love. Read a book, listen to happy music, watch a comedy movie and try to feel good. Doing things that make you happy helps you deal with the feeling of loneliness and isolation.
It’s a good idea to make some cash out of your newfound free time. I started doing freelance writing after my first break-up in college, that kept me busy and I started making some extra cash every weekend.
When a romantic relationship ends, a new chapter in life begins. Dye your hair and go out for some shopping. Retail therapy is a good medication for women that can actually make us all happy.
When in a relationship, people usually tend to dedicate all the time they have to their partner. Once you get out of a relationship, you realize you no longer have anyone to hang out with. Don’t feel sad about it! Your friends will love to have you back, hangout with them.