Sign Up
Username
Username must not be empty
Password
Password must not be empty
Already have an account? Login

How should I get over a break up?

Answers (6)

CAMPBELL said on
It's really hard to get over a break-up. We all have been through it and it is one of the most painful times of our lives. But understand that the break-up happened for a reason. The person who broke up is not a part of your life for a reason. Grieve over the end of that relationship for a period of time, focus on yourself, do everything that makes you happy, surround yourself with positive friends and family who care for you...Give yourself time to heal. You will be over it before you even know it.

And once it's done, you can seriously think of preparing yourself for a lifelong relationship such as marriage. Marriage is beautiful and you deserve an understanding and committed partner. Use this time to prepare for a beautiful marriage
 
OldFashioned said on
Take your time to mourn. If that person was important to you then you will definitely feel a sense of loss in your life. Don’t try to rush through those feelings, but just let yourself feel whatever you’re feeling at the time. Sometimes friends try to tell you to get on with your life, which is fine, but you need to do it when it feels right for you.
Christie said on
Different people handle break ups differently. So things I would do to get over a break up may not work for you. But I would suggest going out, hanging out with friends, keep yourself active. If you stay stagnant, you'll have more time to hink about the loss of your partner. It is however, very important that you mourn, just don't mope about the house for too long. Put your big girl/big boy panties/boxers on and try to move on.
SimonSays said on
Well that's easy. First, seek professional help. A therapist can do wonders helping u through all the emotions that come with a breakup. It really is a loss as in a death.

Therapy and medication can help tremendously. Medication for insomnia and depression, which typically follows a break up, are tools that can be used to help heal from it.

Exercise is also paramount. It can give you direction and an outlet to relieve stress in a positive manner. The results are two-fold. One, it will help you physically to overcome stress, increase endorphins to combat depression and help you sleep, which the body needs. And second, it will help you mentally by giving you a healthy body, increasing ones self worth and making you more confident.
CUEVAS said on
There is no tried-and-true way to work beyond a breakup. As everyone is put together differently, everyone grieves differently. Surrounding yourself with supportive friends and loved ones is a tremendous and appropriate first step. Engaging in self-care, including healthy dieting and exercise, is always appropriate as you move through the loss. If your former partner in willing to talk about the breakup, with the end of tying-up loose ends, consider this possibility.
Lusy341 said on
Rebuild yourself esteem and know that whatever happened was for good. Surround yourself with caring people and take time to heal.
Sign Up to post your answer
Username
Username must not be empty
Password
Password must not be empty
Already have an account? Login

Post your answer

...