how do you withstand a case of heartbreak in a relationship that was once a bliss
It's definitively not easy, so take to heart that it's OK to not feel good for awhile. But once that's over (try perking up after a day or two) I recommend making sure you get outside, if it's cold go to a greenhouse, if it's warm go for a walk in the park. The fresh air will do wonders for your attitude. Good luck, you will make it! There's plenty of fish in the sea!!!
it takes time, it goes through stages,
just dont hang on and write in the walls of every room you go,
IT IS DONE but NOT THE END OF THE WORLD,,
Remember the OLD GOOD MEMORIES
move your cheese, find a new cheese and pray a lot
write about it. seek support from friends. let yoruself be sad, but then do things to distract you. Dont dwell on what was, eventually the memories will be happy not painful. Or so I have heard. I suppose you can take comfort in knowing many people have gone thru this, and lived.
Sorry you're going through this but it's not anything about you it's life. So keep your chin up and go show the world you deserve to be noticed!
The key thing to remember is the fact the relationship was once bliss. It therefore infers that relationship has moved from this status to now being strained and therefore in turn painful. You therefore need to ask yourself do you wish to continue in the pain of the deteriorated relationship or allow time to heal you and move on with your life.
It is better to come out of a negative relationship that causes you pain then to hold on to a bad relationship.
First, turn on the person. Think of him (her) as being a total creep that you are better off without. Then, move into positive behavior. Do good things. Spend time outdoors. Get plenty of exercise. Then (this is the hard part) decide to forgive the creep.
Surely you must know you will survive, at least on an intellectual level! You will get through it but for now, embrace the pain, cry, drink, curse, get angry, feel guilty, whatever. There's a whole range of emotions you'll go through, and you must go through them. Ultimately only you are responsible for what you feel and you can't control what others feel. When you come to accept this you'll be able to move forward and love again! Good luck!
is EVERYBODIES love life crap lately or what?! yay christmas...
God on his universe works in unknown ways,
DON'T KEEP YOURSELF ASKING "WHY"?
Think about "Now what? I'm still alive!"
Keep working, talk with friends, meet new people,
spend time with family.
Life is too much abundant to waste it like that
Every failed relationship has a lesson. If we learn that lesson it will improve our next relationship, and if we refuse to learn it - it tends to keep happening. Take time for yourself to understand it and don't seriously date until you know the lesson.
I was married for 10 years to a man who was a perpetual cheater with a smooth answer for everything. I learned "When words and actions don't line up - actions tell the truth". It has helped me not be in that spot again.
Just my opinion and be well Holly
ALLOW YOURSELF TO GRIEVE
TAKE CARE OF YOUR PHYSICAL HEALTH,
have time go to http://datingenvirons.blogspot.com and read all about getting over a breakup.
Not sure to be honest. I am currently experiencing heartbreak as well. It hurts like nothing i have ever experienced before. I have found over the last three days of not eating and sleeping and non stop thinking about the heartbreak and situation, how miserable I am. I am not sure how long it takes to mend a broken hear. I think spending time with close supportive family and friends helps. I think doing something you like is a way to take your mind off things. I know its hard. I tried to see a funny movie and cried through it. So maybe just talking and getting feedback like you are doing, and spending time with family and friends until you figure out the next step for the relationship.
Appreciate any advice or things you learn along the way, as i am experiencing the same thing.
I think the way to get it behind you is a couple of cans of guiness and a big smoke with a good friend:) A sauna next morning and a liverpool game. The day after you are ready for your next step:)
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