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How to get over heartbreak fast
How To Get Over Heartbreak – FAST!
When you get dumped – or even if you’re the one to get dumped – you want to move on. You need to know how to get over a heartbreak.
The very thought that your relationship ended and your boyfriend or girlfriend is gone can give you emotional baggage and emotional pain to deal with.
These feelings will take time to heal. You’ve been crying over your ex, and now it’s time to get back to happiness.
While it may take time for your emotions to heal, you don’t want to wait around forever for the hurt to go away and your feelings to return to normal. You want to get past the grief and feel like yourself again.
I’m going to give you some concrete steps you can use to help the healing process – and get you ready for a long-term relationship again. Healing takes time, sure – but you can do it quicker if you’re smart about it!
Continue reading and I’ll show you what to do to get back on the path to happiness…
STEP 1: Leave That Frown Downtown…
One of the biggest mistakes we can make after a breakup is to try to rush back to happiness.
Sure, it’s not fun or pleasant to be stuck in those feelings of sadness after you lost your guy. I get it. No one enjoys that.
But if you let your discomfort with sadness get the better of you, you could wind up in a much worse place.
Here are just a few of the things that can happen if you try to deny your hurt emotions:
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You could find yourself going back to this person – when you know it’s a bad idea. Many of the abusive and unhealthy relationships keep going on and on – like the Energizer bunny – just because one or both people become addicted to the conflict in the relationship.
You might jump into a rebound relationship. Sometimes we try to cover up our pain by jumping into another relationship too quickly – and we wind up hurting a good person. I’ve had women do this to me before, and we’re all probably a little guilty of this by the time we’re in our 30s or 40s.
You could find yourself engaging in other unhealthy behaviors – like drinking, drug use, or even compulsive binge watching shows on TV. All to try and soothe those feelings of anxiousness inside us.
You have to allow yourself a little bit of sadness. In fact, it’s absolutely necessary.
Unresolved feelings don’t just go away. They hide out inside until you process them.
One of the biggest mistakes a person can make is to try to bypass their emotions to avoid feeling pain.
The ability to sit in the same room with our pain and tolerate it – not run away – is the best indication of maturity there is. It’s also the biggest indication that you can handle the challenges of a real relationship – and make it last!
And honestly – no one ever died from some good crying and a few days of sadness.
STEP 2: If It Gets Bad…
Okay, so what if that sadness doesn’t go away?
That’s when you call in the heavy guns… you get yourself a little help.
Yes, sometimes we lack the skills or ability to pull ourselves out of a funk. And when a big heartbreak comes along, that can throw you so far off that you don’t know what to do.
It might be time to go get a therapist.
When I was in my 20s (just a wee lad), I had a particularly nasty breakup. It really shook me up. So I used my Employee Assistance benefit at my job to get a few sessions with a therapist.
I went to see her and explained the whole situation, from A to Z. And the therapist really didn’t give me much help. I just unloaded all the stuff that happened, explained it all, and showed her all the books I was reading to figure out why I was so heartbroken.
Well, it seems that this was all I really needed to do, because I started feeling better within a couple weeks. The emotional pain started to fade and my mind was back to normal.
Now, you might need more help than I did, or maybe just a listening ear from a person. Whatever the solution, it’s always good to have someone to …
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