How To Survive After a Breakup!

There are plenty of fish in the sea!

Breakups are the worst thing to go through, especially if you have been with your partner for a very long time. No need to worry, I’m going to give you top ten tips on how to survive a break up.

Healing is a process.

When your relationship comes to an end, you feel that he/she has gone forever, and you will never see that person again so you grieve for a long period of time. Don’t you worry, you will start to heal soon enough and move on. As people say, "there are plenty of more fish in the sea."

A breakup will make you angry, but don’t start to become moody about it.

You know that your better than your ex so don’t let him win! Sometimes you feel that you need to take your anger out on him by putting a nasty status on Facebook, but you always need to think, "I’m going to forget about that idiot and move on."

Your friends mean well, but it’s your relationship, not theirs.

Your friends might make you smile while they rip into your ex but sometimes you need it. Just make sure that if they say anything that makes you angry just let it go over your head because you can’t afford to lose your friends.

Leave the past behind, it’s in the past for a reason.

Don’t always read your old journals and diaries about your past relationships because they are in the past and you need to focus on the future. So put them in a box and put them in a locked cupboard and leave them there!

Stop thinking about what you could’ve done to save your past relationship.

You know for a fact that you can’t go back in time and you can’t change the past so don’t dwell on it. Put all those thoughts at the back of your head and focus on the future and keep on making yourself happy.

Consider your past relationships as a learning curve.

Every relationship that you’ve had teaches us the mistakes that we’ve mad and all the stupid things that we have done to hurt them. Always think about what you have learned from the past relationships and feel positive about the experiences that you’ve had.

Keep on moving.

Keep on moving with your life. For example, travel the world like you’ve always wanted to do. Learn about the different cultures and meet new friends and maybe start a life out there. You could meet the one and find true happiness with them. Don’t give up and start living your life.

Avoid rebound relationships.

An important learning curve is to not go in rebound relationships because it’s not cool and you could hurt yourself and hurt other people around. You will look like a heartless person and you could get a bad name for yourself. You also don’t want to lose people who are close to you because you don’t want to become lonely. Just stay single and wait for the right man to come along and swift you of your feet.

Focus on yourself; you’re the important person.

Always focus on yourself and keep your best interests at heart because at the end of the day, you will have to protect yourself making you the important one. Don’t let people bring your walls down. Ignore them and move on.

Trust yourself to let go.

It’s the hardest thing to do trust yourself by letting them go because at the end of the day you have to think of their feelings by setting them free. You can’t just think about yourself, you don’t want to become selfish. Think about them and treat them with respect.

Anna Rice
Anna Rice

Hello my name is Anna and I’m 24 years old and love writing so feel free to check out my writing I would very much appreciate it 

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