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Written by
Arushi Bidhuri
Source: Onlymyhealth editorial teamJan 16, 2019

Ways to get over a Breakup like a Grown Woman

Ways to get over a Breakup like a Grown Woman
Quick Bites
  • A breakup is hard as it is and the aftermath is even worse
  • Friends and family will give you the support you need
  • Blaming yourself will not help 

A breakup is hard as it is and the aftermath is even worse. People, after breaking up with their partner, end up suffering from insomnia, intrusive thoughts and other problems. Even the most positive people find it difficult to get over a breakup. 

Every excruciating detail of the breakup makes you feel lonely and drive you towards the feelings of resentment, self-hate and depression. While you may wallow for a while, you have to get over the breakup, unless you want to be considered depressed. 

Getting over someone isn’t easy but it isn’t impossible either. In fact, this is the time when you can actually start focusing on yourself and totally transform your life. Here are 5 ways to help you get over your breakup and make you a better person. 

Spend Time with your Family and Friends 

This is one therapy works every time. When you breakup, feelings like worthlessness and self-doubt take the front and good feelings run out of the back door. This is when your friends and family will give you the support you need. Spending time with people who love you is going to make you feel better about yourself. When your self-esteem hits rock bottom, these people will give you strength to fight these feelings and make you realize your self-worth. 

Also read: How to Counter the Fear of Rejection in a Relationship

Go Out 

This might seem a bit cliché but it is true. Going out will clear your head. With fresh air will come fresh thoughts that will help you get over your ex. Take a walk every day and in no time you will start seeing the difference. 

Cry When You Feel Like 

Crying every now and then will stop you from building an emotional turmoil in your heart. Because if you don’t, you will end up crying your eyes out somewhere you don’t want to. And it will become awkward. 

Stop Blaming Yourself 

You were not the only one in the relationship; he is responsible as much as you are. As a couple, you guys didn’t work out and it was the both of you. No need to blame yourself that much. Look back at where it all went wrong and you will realize how you both contributed to the breakup. 

Do Away with his Things 

Just donate everything he got you or anything that remind you of him. And the things you really loved or are really expensive like a piece of jewellery or photos, just store them in a place where they stay away from your sight. You will eventually forget about it and when in the future, you will look at these things, you will only be reminded of the good things and you will this relationship as a lesson that you taught you so much.  

Also read: Thinking about getting back with your ex? Questions to ask yourself

Don’t Try to Get Him Back 

It has just been a few days and you want him back and you might be willing to do anything to do that but control. Getting him back is not going to be the same as so many differences came in between that you guys drifted apart. It is time to move on from that and do something for yourself. Indulge in some activities or anything you love doing but don’t go back to end up here again. 

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