We’re all familiar with heartbreak: the sleepless nights, the relationship self-help books, the crying over sad movies. Searching for answers, asking our loved ones for advice and solutions, but nothing seems to work.
But what happens when you need to let go of the one who broke your heart? Where do you look when you need to find yourself?
The process of moving on can be difficult, but it is possible. Here are a few tips to help you find yourself after your heart is broken:
1. Understand that you’re not alone.
You will most likely not be able to stop thinking about the person who broke your heart or obsessively checking their social media pages. These are completely normal feelings to have!
2. Take a deep breath and remember that if it was meant to be, it would have been.
If there was love and respect between you, things would have worked. When two people are really in love , things become simpler, of course you will have problems, but the desire to solve these problems will never be absent. The fact that this was not the case with him means that he was not right for you. You don’t deserve a person that doesn’t understand you.
3. Focus on loving yourself.
Do something meaningful for yourself that will make you happy. A trip alone or with your best friend. When we are in a relationship, it is normal for our daily life to be organized together with the person we have been in a relationship with. What have you missed during this time that used to make you happy? Now you have all the time in the world and you can start new courses and focus more on yourself and to your career .
4. Delete their number from your phone and unfollow them on social media so you won’t be tempted to check up on them or see what they’re doing.
I know it is very difficult to have an immediate breakup but it is better for you not to follow him on social networks and he not to follow you. You need a break and don’t compare his life with you and without you. Do not share your emotional state on social networks. It is better to talk to a friend.
5. If you run into them in public, don’t freak out!
Smile and say hello, and if they happen to be with someone new, congratulate them! Showing that you’re happy for them will show that you’ve moved on yourself. I would advise you not to go to the places where you know he will be, until you are ready to face him. Do not ask his friends what he does.