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Healing A Broken Heart Advice On How To Get Over A Break-Up

Is there a doctor in the house? You need help to heal a broken heart. While I might not have an M.D. degree, I can give you some advice on how to get over a break-up.

First, you need to realize that you are a worthwhile person. A relationship is a two-way street. If one person is no longer taking part, the relationship couldn’t work. While you might have changed some things, learn from your past mistakes but not dwell on them.

Just because your boyfriend or girlfriend broke up with you does not mean that you will never be in another relationship again. You will probably date again before you would guess right now.

If you are going to heal a broken heart, you need to be prepared to move on. A practical and symbolic way to do this is to exchange all the “stuff” you have. Anything you don’t give back reminds you of your ex should be thrown away or boxed until the pain recedes.

If you owe each other any money, this is a good time to pay up. As you can see, the idea is to close out the ties that bind.

Then, tell your ex that you don’t want to see or talk to each other for a little while. While you may be friends in the future, avoid calling, texting, and emailing each other. Also, don’t make a point of following your ex on Facebook or MySpace. By clearing them out of your system, you are better able to move on.

Part of healing a broken heart is to get back into the world as soon as possible. This is a three-step process.

First, engage with your friends and family. Let them support you through this grieving process. But, don’t bore them with your troubles. Instead, try to have fun with the people you care about.

Second, engage with the world at large. Go to the gym and work out because it will make you look and feel better. Then, look at activities you can start up to fill your time, such as a book group or a cooking class.

Try to get involved with something larger than yourself by volunteering. Not only does this fill up your time and take your energy, but it also lifts your spirits.

Third, date again. You don’t need to fall in love with the first man or woman that you meet. Sometimes dinner is just dinner. Plan to go out on several dates with different people during this time when you are “testing the waters.” Show them a good time, but don’t feel obligated to fall in love. Remember that a rebound relationship is rarely fun for the other person.

Healing a broken heart takes time. But you will not be in this position forever. You will love it again.

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