Dealing With A Break Up? These Tips Will Help

Dealing With A Break Up? These Tips Will HelpSplitting up is a normal and expected part of life. At first, it might be hard to get over something bad, but in the long run, it might have been for the best. It might be hard to get over the hurt and emptiness that come after a breakup.

It has been shown that women tend to feel worse at first but get better quickly after a few months. But mending and taking care of yourself during those first few months might be just what everyone needs for a smooth and quick recovery.

No worries – I’m here to help.

I’m sharing this article because I am a bestselling personal development author with about 2 million books sold globally.

I am also the founder of the therapist recommended online course called Broken Heart Recovery.

I love sharing tools to help people enjoy happy relationships.

With this mind, in this article, I will explore how to deal with a break up!

4 Tips To Help You Deal With A Break Up

Keep reading to find out some of the best ways to get over a broken heart quickly and easily.

1. Don’t Have Contact With Your Ex 

Dealing With A Break UpWe’ve already said that there will be times when you’ll want to talk to your ex again. On the other hand, they might be tempted to reach out to you. No matter what, you don’t want to talk to them.

If they are the ones you left behind, (or cheated on you) then you should remove them as friends on all social media sites and also block them.

They will still want to call you or try to reach you through a different phone number. In this case, you don’t want to answer calls from numbers you don’t know.

Instead, you should put them through a reverse phone lookup tool.

You can put a number into these tools and get all the information about that number. For example, this includes your criminal record, employers, fees, and social media accounts. This gives you the freedom and safety you need after breaking up with someone. And trust us, it will help you in other situations, too.

2. Write Down How You Feel 

mindfulness journaling break upWriting down your feelings is a great way to deal with them. You could also try writing your ex a letter. You won’t actually send it, but writing it is a great way to get rid of all your bad feelings and make room in your mind for happy thoughts.

These strategies will help you say goodbye quickly and effectively, for good.

Make sure you let go of any bad feelings that come up during the process, whether they are sadness, anger, or relief that the relationship is over.

I offer a helpful Listen To Your Heart Journal… here.

Plus I offer an online course on developing your intuition… here!

3. Keep Yourself Busy 

It’s important to work on your feelings, but you don’t want to spend too much time on them. You need to give yourself a break from them as well. Learn a new language, start a new hobby, and fill as much of your time as you can with things that bring you happiness and satisfaction.

You may have heard of oxytocin, the hormone that makes you feel good. Well, when you do something that makes you happy, this hormone is made. And cuddling with someone you love will make you happy, just like doing something you enjoy will. Whether you have a foot fetish, or haven’t felt connected to someone in a while, now is a great time for some intimate self-care. 

4. Meditate

meditation is a nemesis to anxietyBreathe. This is the best way to get over a broken heart. Meditation is a great way to heal that people use every day, especially when their lives get too hard or when they’ve been hurt or lost someone close to them.

You can get rid of bad feelings if you make this a habit and use it every day.

Combine it with yoga to make it even more useful.

This could be the new thing you do that makes you happy and gives you a boost of oxytocin.

I offer an online course with a range of meditation tools … here!

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