Getting Over A Break-Up
Lets be totally honest the one truth about breakups is that they totally suck. Whether you broke someones heart or whether they broke yours. Point blank they suck and often leave you facing some sort of loss.
Grieving the loss of a relationship is a real thing and truth be told you don't bounce back over night nor does anyone expect you to. With that being said we often wonder what is the appropriate amount of time it takes to get over your partner? Well, it all depends on the person.
Here are some tips on how you get over that heart wrenching ache caused from a break-up.
Forget the timeline - Whether someone broke your heart or you broke someone else's there are zero rules or limits. There is no set time frame for getting over a break-up. It has actually been said that by putting a timeline on your break-up can actually prolong the healing process. The best way to heal is to allow your self to go through the emotions, embrace the good and the bad and always remember that there is light at the end of the tunnel.
Feel at your own pace - Sooner than later you will feel well enough to start living your best single life or even start dating new people. Once again there is no timeline as to when you should start dating agin, but if you are comparing your new potential partner to your ex you are still trying to heal from your break-up.
Date for love - Are you ready to get back out there? First ask yourself what your actions are truly being lead by. If you are afraid you may not find someone again and you decide to settle, this will never turn out well. But being led by love shows you have a lot to give and are excited about embracing a new beginning with a new partner.
Learn from your past - All relationships and break-ups come with the good and the bad. Therefore before you can completely move on you need to weigh up what went so right and what went so wrong, and then take away what it is you want and put that into your next relationship.
Get under someone - This is a tough one some people are totally okay with rebound sex, whereas others could think of nothing worse. This just depends on whether you are able to emotionally disconnect from a one night stand, but if we could give you any advice this is certainly a temp fix.
Take a clean break - We have all been there, from constantly stalking an ex on instagram to rereading the chats over and over trying to make sense of where it all went so wrong. So the best thing to do is block them on social media, delete their number and start hanging out at new places. Truth be told the less you see the better, the sooner you cut your ex out, the faster you can move on.
Love yourself babygirl - In the meantime surround yourself with friends, family and people who bring out the best in you. Have that girls sleepover, book that summer holiday or merely start a new hobby. Best thing you can do is keep being you but only better, so eat well, sleep well, hit the gym and learn to love again.
Remember there is a reason for everything and what's meant will be, so in the meantime embrace the now. x