MEND THAT BROKEN HEART
A broken heart can feel like the end of the world, especially in this social media age, when photos of you and your ex in happier times remain plastered on your friends’ Facebook and Instagram pages. (Constant reminder)
It’s not easy to get over a heartbreak but it’s possible. I have some tips for you, check them out;
It’s fine to cry
It’s okay to grieve for a time. Seek support from your friends and family as you come to terms with the changes in your life.
While it may seem childish to unfriend or unfollow your ex after a breakup, you have to think about yourself during this time – and eliminating our options to hurt ourselves by opening old wounds is necessary.Limiting your access to your ex will automatically make you feel better.
Feel some kindness toward your ex.
The most potent step you can take in your own healing is to extend loving kindness to your ex. This can bring feelings of stability and peace to your mind. You don’t need to forgive or forget your ex’s past mistakes or stay in touch. Your focus should be on letting go of anger.
Spend some time with family and friends
There’s more to life than romantic love. Take this opportunity to hang out with friends and family.
Turn up the radio.
Science suggests that music has a therapeutic effect. Blare some of your favorite, feel-good tunes: Listening to them can trigger the release of endorphins, lifting your spirits and combating stress.
Avoid Rebound Relationships
Avoid jumping into a rebound relationship. Take some time to work through all the issues from your previous relationship.
Say no to Revenge
Don’t try to get revenge. This will only slow your progress in healing from the hurt.
Forgive yourself. You can’t change the past, but you can learn from your mistakes and not repeat them.