Mending A Broken Heart
The resultant pain from a broken heart is one of the most powerful and distressing emotional pains imaginable and in most cases it seems as if it will never end. The old saying time heals all wounds holds true for that of a broken heart, however there are some things we can do to speed up the process of mending a broken heart.
Firstly and most importantly, it is important to avoid your ex partner at all costs. Do not see them and do not contact them, as this will only bring out the intense feelings and emotions and may cause you to do something you regret later on.
It is also important to remember to not get back with your ex partner. Though this may make you feel better initially; this will only lead to further (and possibly worse) heart ache further down the track. Remember, the relationship ended for a reason so starting something with your ex partner is not a good idea.
To help mend your broken heart, it may be beneficial to think about and focus on the negative aspects of the relationship. Many people make the mistake of only thinking about the good times and the things they liked about the ex partner. This will only result in you yearning to be back in the relationship.
Instead, aim to focus on the things that drove you crazy about your ex partner and any nasty things they may have done to you in the relationship. If they had have love you they should not have acted like this. Focusing on these aspects will help you realize this and will consequently help you in accepting the situation and moving on.
Participate in a variety of activities and spend time with friends in order to distract yourself and prevent yourself from obsessing over the relationship. This will also aid in you getting your life on track and living it again. Once you are able to realize that there s more to life than a relationship, you are truly on the way to mending your broken heart.
Finally, remember that crying is ok. Crying is an excellent means of ridding ourselves of unwanted feelings. By no means is it a sign of weakness, in fact, crying is actually a sign that you are normal and is a healthy means of expressing your feelings. DO not use your tears as a guilt trip to get your ex partner back. Again, it is important to remember that the relationship ended for a reason, so by now means should you try to start it up again.