work... keep yourself busy... you can study a new skill, read a book, listen to music... above all, read the Bible and pray....
Heartbreak is a horrific feeling and seems impossible to ever get over. But it can be done. Keep busy and time will take care of the pain. It seems impossible but it is true, it will get better with time.
And don't get involved in self-torture; listening to your old favorite songs, or reading old love notes. That will only make it worse. Don't do things that will cause you more pain. Accept that it is over and move on and eventually the pain will go.
Heart break is one of the most horrifying experience. But one thing is for sure. Time is the best medicine and can heal all the wounds that may have been caused as a result of heart break. Meanwhile one needs to keep oneself occupied with work or in learning some interesting skills.
One has to accept the reality and keep moving in life.
cut it out with a dull rusty knife and stomp on it until you pass out and go numb.
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