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How Travelling Heals a Broken Heart?

Updated on June 12, 2018

We all dealt with breakups. We came to a point when we asked our friends and relatives for advice on how to get over our exes and live normally on a day-to-day basis until we fully recover.

Some of them told us to find a new hobby to keep ourselves distracted. Others told us to spend time in the gym to get in shape for a good supply of endorphins is good for a broken heart. But most of them once advised us to travel.

When we were still with our exes, we spent most of our time with them. We chose to have quality time with them than to go with our friends on a vacation. They were our worlds. Nothing mattered to us except them. We were not interested in meeting other people and we preferred to spend our money to surprise them than to pay for itineraries and air fares.

After the breakup, we realize how much we dedicated ourselves to them including our time and attention. That for the sake of their happiness, we never spent enough time to care for ours. We were fixated on making our respective relationships work.

Travelling provides an opportunity for us to go out of our comfort zones and a hope that it can put together the broken pieces of our hearts. We will get to meet different people, spend more time with our friends and relatives, fall in love with beautiful places and have real fun for the longest time.

It gives a space to distance ourselves from our past memories. We can gain understanding that we don't have any control over some parts of our lives including our relationships. Everything happens for a reason and it is all part of our journey.

It makes us independent. For once in our lives after the breakup, we are on our own. We realize what we want in life including our goals and aspirations. We would be fine being alone. We get to travel more often, enjoy our own company and meet different people everywhere we go.

It helps us reinvent ourselves. We learn to trust people again and restore our faith in humanity. We learn to let our guards down and interact with the locals. We learn to make decisions by ourselves like what to eat and where to go. We gain confidence that we can be who we want to be without care in the world whether or not people will judge us.

It helps us see life in a new perspective. We become grateful for all the things that we have in life instead of focusing on what we don't have.

The world is vast and it's not just revolving around our exes. Life goes on even after a painful episode in our lives. Love cannot just be found in romantic relationships and there is so much things to be grateful for. For every sunset, there is a sunrise. For every heartbreak, there is hope for us to love someone again. For every painful memory, there's beauty that comes from it.

© 2018 Clair Waldorf

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    • dashingscorpio profile image

      dashingscorpio 

      23 months ago from Chicago

      I agree traveling helps to put things in perspective.

      Once again we realize how big and magnificent the world is.

      Whenever we're in a relationship or marriage there is a tendency to "shrink our world" and if we're not careful we start to believe we can't live without a specific person. It's as though we forget we ever had a life before we met them! The truth is there are billions of us who are doing fine without ever having met your ex.

      Traveling and be the perfect "reality check" proving life goes on.

      Every ending is a new beginning!

      "..we realize how much we dedicated ourselves to them including our time and attention. {That for the sake of their happiness}, we never spent enough time to care for ours."

      This is a lie we tell ourselves. The truth is we're always where we (choose to be). Suffering is optional.

      Love is like a garden. If you nurture it, it thrives if you neglect it, it dies. However when a relationship fails we view our "labor of love" as some major mistake or sacrifice we made contributing to our own personal demise.

      Being in a relationship, owning a home, or a pet is a choice.The responsible thing to do whenever someone has what (they) want is to make the effort to ensure it is as good as it can be.

      Doing your best to have the best life possible is never a mistake. Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn.

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      Thabi79 

      24 months ago

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