Here in this post, we have mapped out things to do to best handle breakup in a relationship. Breakups can be very hard to overcome, especially when it comes least expected. Young men and women often find themselves in such situation not know which direction to turn. Growing up as a teenage comes with lots of avoidable and expensive risk, trying to experience so many things, and avoiding stress as well.
According to a relationship expert, it is not how long it takes to heal, but how soon one start(s) to heal. Healing from relationship breakups can be so challenging because in such situation, one is already tensed emotionally and have no balance in handling what has befall him/her. In as much as it feels good to be in love, it is also catastrophic to have relationship breakup. Here, we have listed what and/or how to best handle breakup in a relationship; healing from inside.
Through studies and experience, I have realized that the best way to empty our emotions and heal faster and easier is to vent. To vent is a means of releasing strong feelings or emotions through shouting, displaying, or writing down the emotions you feel against a particular person or thing(s) that made you to feel bad.
Take for instance, Jack broke up with you and you feel so hurt inside, to vent here, you have to shout Jack’s name so hard until your voice cracks. Another way is to write down whatever you feel about him, call him all sorts of names, and tell him how ugly he is. According to psychologist, when we write down our emotions we release them rather than holding them back.
GIVE TIME A CHANCE
Whether you’re grieving or trying to heal from a breakup, time is your best friend. Time is said to be healer of all wounds but can’t take the scares away. Set time for yourself to heal for without this you may spend months trying to adjust. Remember when you don’t handle breakup crisis it might result to other psychological issues like depression.
LET GO OF THE PAST
This is practically easier said than done. Letting go is one of the hardest things to do. You may have given so many trust, love, emotional attachment, time and/or money into the relationship, so letting go may be pretty hard. Here, discipline comes in, choosing between what you want now and what you want most. In all; let go and let God.
CRY IT OUT
YES! To cry will definitely help you heal from relationship breakup. When you feel like crying, don’t try being a man or a strong woman by holding it back or bottling it up. The tears will make us calm and heal from whatever that hurt us. Cry it out and move on.
TRY TO BE A BETTER PERSON
Don’t so downcast by the breakup, remember you have goals in life, aim to be a better person and be relevant to yourself and the community.
Coping with the issue of breakup is never easy. Going by what we have discussed above, one can deduce that time is what we need sometimes to heal. Between, there are things you have to do while you give time a chance. Never rush into another relationship just to heal from a breakup that may worsen the situation. Make sure you are healed of the past before you take another chance. Fro when one is in a pit, he should stop digging if he wants to come out.
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