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How To Recover From A Break Up

Monday, Mar 29, 2021, 1:41 pm


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1.Get A Makeover

A good makeover can do wonders for your self esteem, as well as help you shed your old self that was part of your ex. A new hairdo, make up, and outfit can help you to move on. And, there's nothing better than running into your ex looking fabulous, is there?




2.Flirt

There's nothing wrong with flirting it up. It makes you feel attractive, gives you back your self worth and boosts your self confidence. Go out with friends, meet men or women that make you feel good about yourself, and flirt up a storm. Just the act of being attracted to someone, and having them attracted to you, pumps up your endorphins, leaving you feeling exhilarated.



3.Exercise

Exercise is a great stress reliever, and will have you feeling better in no time. As much as you don't feel like it, push yourself and you will see results. Yoga is a great way to lift your spirits and start the day on the right foot, or a great afternoon cardio workout will get your blood pumping and your endorphins flowing.





4.Don't Jump Into A New Relationship

As tempting as it may be to jump into a new relationship, rebounds hardly ever work and can drop you right back to square one when they end. Spend time discovering who you are, and heal yourself before allowing yourself to fall in love with someone. You want the object of your affection to be really what you want and not just a security blanket.



5.Get Rid Of You Ex's Stuff

Getting rid of your ex's stuff is a cleansing experience. Things he, or she, gave you or items of their's that they left at your place, serve no purpose anymore. Getting rid of them is like getting rid of every last remnant of your ex. The longer you hold onto them, the more reason to get in touch with them, or have them get in touch with you. And that box of stuff can only bring tears when stumbled upon down the road.





6.Remember Your Ex's Bad Habits

Sometimes after a break up we cry and bemoan all the good times we had with our ex. We think maybe it was a mistake to break up, if we were the one who initiated the end of the relationship, or we wonder if we should ask them to take us back. However, all you have to do is be realistic on your trip down memory lane, remembering all their annoying habits, and that's sure to put a smile on your face.



7.Don't Text Your Ex

Stop finding reasons to text your ex. There is no good reason and it only keeps you connected to them. Even if you are not ranting or telling them off, you are still involving yourself in their life. This is a time that should be all about rediscovering you, not finding out what's going on with them.




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8.Spend Time With Friends

Friends are the best remedy for the sadness of a break up. You probably spent a lot of time with them before you entered coupledom, and if they're still there, take advantage of their companionship. They can make you laugh, take your mind off things, and get you out of the house.



9.Let Go Of Anger

Let go of the anger. It only hurts you when you relive the breakup and everything that was done to you in the relationship. While your ex is off dating or living their life you are causing damage to yourself. Do you think they feel your anger from wherever they are? The answer is no. Try to turn your anger into something creative.



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10.Accept Some Blame

As they say, it takes two to tango. It is never just one person's fault for the demise of a relationship. Maybe he cheated, or she spent too much money, but somewhere in there you are to blame as well. Maybe you enabled it, maybe you were distant. Taking some of the blame makes it more understandable, and easier for you to process.



11.Stay Away

Forget about staying friends after a break up, at least initially. It's too hard on the person who is sad over the end of the relationship, usually the person who was on the receiving end of the break up. In order to heal and move on, it is best to stay away and put some distance between you.




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12.Don't Obsess

One of the best things you can do for yourself after a break up is to not obsess. Thinking about him, or her, all day every day is only doing harm to your body, and is not letting you move on. This part of your life is over, and the sooner you can get them out of your mind the better.



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