A break-up does not mean the end of the world for you. This does not make you ugly or "worthless." There are still many other people around you who want you to be happy. When your former partner sees that you have moved on, they might even feel sorry for breaking up with you. Cheer up because someone else might love you in the future when you are ready to enter into a new relationship again.
Recover from a Break Up
Edited by Melvin Magadia, Lynn, Rebecca M.
You just broke up with your partner of several years. After exerting all efforts to save the relationship, it was futile. After giving almost all your life to the one you love, you just do not know how to recover from the break-up. Here are some helpful tips on recovering from such a tragic incident.
As much as possible, try to avoid running after or calling him or her. It is understandable that you might do this, especially if you love that person so much. However, doing so would only make you look weak and clingy. The best thing to do is get used to not having any contact with that person.
Regardless of the reason for the break-up, you must learn to let go of your former partner. It will only boost their confidence seeing you miserable or feeling down. Accept that they are already gone and then move on.
If you feel like crying, by all means do so. It will only be a few days or weeks before you begin to feel better. If you want to listen to love songs, then do so.
Giving up on a relationship? When is it too late?
It is never too late to give up on a relationship, there is no time limit to do this at all. Whenever you feel as if the relationship is not going any further and cannot be repaired then that is when its time to give up on the relationship. Dragging the relationship out further will not stop the inevitable which is that it will end.
Recent edits by: Lynn, Melvin Magadia