What's the best cure for a broken heart?

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  1. luvs2write profile image59
    luvs2writeposted 7 years ago

    What's the best cure for a broken heart?

    I'm suffering from a major broken heart. Any suggestions?

  2. Manchester23 profile image63
    Manchester23posted 7 years ago

    Exercise, the process of feeling productive/accomplished helps out with the confidence

  3. cloudy_cool profile image75
    cloudy_coolposted 7 years ago

    ...the cellotape of time and care smile

    the cure of a broken heart lies in the mind...at every stage, the mind and the heart need to co-ordinate together to do important tasks...like best friends, when one is sad...the other steps up to comfort and give strength...in this case of a heartbroken scenario...the mind has to show simple, logical yet powerful ways to overcome the emotional pain...

    Good luck in finding your inner strength...smile

  4. janikon profile image90
    janikonposted 7 years ago

    Whenever my heart is broken I spend one day wallowing; dry cereal, chips, staying in bed and watching movies. Then the following night you go out with friends and party - time with supportive friends helps the moral boosting. Pack everything of your exes into a box and shove it into a closet, the basement or somewhere out of sight.

    Then start a project, it helps keep your mind off your depression. I would suggest exercise, as well but only after you've consumed as much comfort food as you feel is necessary. Sorry about the broken heart

  5. truthfornow profile image82
    truthfornowposted 7 years ago

    In time, you will feel that your broken heart is healing.  It just takes time.

  6. TCDesign profile image61
    TCDesignposted 7 years ago

    Spend time with your true friends and get out of the house! Sitting around only creates time to dwell on your down emotions...walk outside and get some fresh air with the people that make you smile!

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    rorshak sobchakposted 7 years ago

    Cleaning. Music. Find a new love that can mend your heart.

  8. Naomi's Banner profile image76
    Naomi's Bannerposted 7 years ago

    Get yourself busy.  Get into a excercise club or find some friends to excercise with.  Excercise gives you those good drugs that makes you feel good an chases the blues away.  Get involved with the church youth group or something like that which will occupy your time.  It is not good to sit at home and dwell on the past.  Move on and go have some fun.  Do some things you have wanted to do but never had the time.  Buy a good book and read.  Write some poetry to work through the feelings of despair.  Look in the mirror every day and tell yourself, I am happy and life is good!

  9. grapplingfan profile image60
    grapplingfanposted 7 years ago

    Time and new hobbies are the only cures I can think of.

  10. profile image0
    Casey J. Wintersposted 7 years ago

    Do something nice for someone else. It works.

  11. Dave Mathews profile image60
    Dave Mathewsposted 7 years ago

    I might suggest a heart surgeon. That's their specialty.

  12. nightwork4 profile image61
    nightwork4posted 7 years ago

    sex and lots of it. when i was going out with a girl and we broke up, i would have as much sex as possible and in no time i'd be feeling great again.

  13. shana yasmin profile image61
    shana yasminposted 7 years ago

    i suggest true friendship and care.these will make feel better.

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    dixie28714posted 7 years ago

    chocolate!!! Then try a different outlook!! The more you realize that person should be the one missing and hurting over you, the better you will feel smile

  15. carolp profile image81
    carolpposted 7 years ago

    The first thing you have to do is express your feelings. You could cry loud just let your heart free from the inner pain. Take time to grieve. You could write something to express yourself. The process of losing someone is not easy, but you can go through with it. The schock is painful, acceptance takes time so with the reality. Talk with a close friend, brother, sister, Mother or Father or to someone you can talk to. Visit your family or take a vacation somewhere. Sooner or later you will be ready for a new start. There are no shortcuts, the grieving process is normal.

  16. LittlePayday profile image61
    LittlePaydayposted 7 years ago

    surround yourself with friends and good people...the only thing that helps is time - hang in there!

  17. ubanichijioke profile image75
    ubanichijiokeposted 7 years ago

    Make new friends, socialize, go on vacation and try to see what made the last relationship fail. Then make sure it doesn't repeat again. Good luck


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