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3 of the Best Broken Relationship Quotes of All Time

Updated on February 7, 2014

Moving on and getting over somebody who you previously loved so much can be a very difficult and arduous period during life. At first, the road may seem long, winding, and never ending, and trying to forget about that special person who you once held so many dreams, feelings and hopes with may simply appear impossible. Indeed, moving on from a person you once held so dear is surely one of the hardest things to do in life, no matter what you’ve been through, where you come from, and what language you speak, because the language of love is universal, as is the feeling of pain and loss.

“Nothing makes the earth seem so spacious as to have friends at a distance; they make the latitudes and the longitudes.” - Henry David Thoreau

Indeed, many questions will most likely be racing through your mind when trying to move on. Why did he/she go? Where have they gone? And why? It may seem difficult to do, especially at first, but if somebody has left you then the best thing to do may simply be just to move on. However much the feelings hurt, there is often no point expending energy on somebody who doesn’t feel the same way back. Of course during the moving on period, feelings and memories of what you first shared, such as the experiences you had and the places you went, and the things you done, will probably all come rushing back to you, making the process even harder than originally thought.

“The loss of love is not nearly as painful as our resistance to accepting it is.” - Tigress Luv

It may be apparent then that moving on is perhaps simply a process, a task and an experience overall. Something such as the loss of love however should not be put into mere words; quotes about moving on are perhaps the best way to realize that not all is lost, and if it feels like it is at this stage, then in a year or two, it won’t be. Remember, if you have to move on, then somebody else out there is doing the same thing as you too, so don’t feel like you are alone. It may help you to perhaps get in contact with old friends, or try your hand at something new such as a class or a sport, and even if it takes your mind off of what has happened for a brief moment, then you will be taking steps which are letting you move on.

“Don’t let yesterday use up too much of today.” - Cherokee Indian Proverb

To languish to much in the past, to live in yesterday, is to waste today, and if you are to live life again you must go back to living in the moment, and although there is no need to jump into another relationship, remember that one day you will find somebody who loves you as much as you do them, and you will know then that you have truly moved on.

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