3 Things to Help When Dealing with a Break Up
I know that dealing with a break up is no easy thing to do. Most people tend to go a little crazy when they get dumped. Trust me I’ve been there. I’ve made all sorts of embarrassing phone calls and written e-mails that I later regretted. This is obviously not the right way to handle a break up. Instead of doing things to drive your ex even further away, here a few tips that might helping through this challenging time in your life.
Forget Revenge — I know you are pissed off, but that is not the way you should be dealing with a break up. Don’t write mean things on his wall on Facebook, don’t go spreading lies about him to make him look bad, and don’t try to hook up with someone else to stir up feelings of jealousy. This isn’t what you want to do. You will only regret doing these kinds of petty things later. Take some time and just don’t contact your ex. It give you time to let your emotions pass. A good thing to practice doing is to ask yourself before you do anything related to your ex, “Is this really me doing this, or is it my emotions?”
Understand What Happened — An important part of any break up is to learn what you can from it. Are there any lessons that you can take from how things played out? Do you need to practice being more open, more honest, or more assertive? You might get back together with your ex in the future, or you might go on to date other people, but an important part of dealing with a break up is to take the lessons with you to make sure that your next relationship is not haunted by the same problems.
Focus on Other Things — Especially when the emotions are raw and fresh, it is important to keep your mind on other things. I know it is hard to take your attention away from all the feelings of pain and hurt. But trust me, it is not healthy to fixate so much on one thing. Spend so time with your friends having fun together. Or consider doing new and exciting things and exploring your interests. These activities will keep you from feeling depressed and give you an opportunity to work on your self-esteem and heal after a break up.
Dealing with a break up is probably one of the most difficult things you will probably have to do. It is important to be strong and resist doing petty things that will probably regret later and will only hurt you or your ex in the long run. At the same time keep yourself active and surrounded with friends and family doing things that you enjoy. Instead of seeing the situation as a punishment, you can use it as an excuse to better yourself and broaden your interests. This is by far the healthiest way of dealing with a break up.
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