Tuesday, December 12

How to Heal Your Heart After a Breakup

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They say time heals all wounds but, in the case of a broken heart, it’s only partly true. There is no real cure for a broken heart, but there is healing. This healing is accomplished by combining a number of techniques, each dealing with a different type of emotion that’s triggered by a broken heart.

Time of course is a major factor in healing. There is no set time for healing a broken heart, it varies from person to person. But you need to be willing to give yourself the time you need to get over your ex. That means you shouldn’t feel that like you need to get over your ex in 30 days because a book said so, or in 3 months because that’s what your friend did. Work off of your own timetable.

Another way to heal your heart is to enlist the help of friends and family. You’re going to need a shoulder to cry on and, someone to talk to about what’s going on. If you need to, establish or re-establish relationships with people that are important to you. Their supports will help get you through the toughest of times. They’ll also be there to help celebrate your breakthroughs and success.

To heal properly, you need to break any emotional attachment to you ex This can only be done by ending all contact with him. This can be hard If there are children involved, in this case you need to limit conversations to the care of our children exclusively. Otherwise no contact, no phone calls, take him off your Facebook, don’t ask his friends and family about him. In order to break any hold your ex has on your heart, you need to let him go.

Letting go is the biggest part of healing your heart and the closest thing to a cure. When you let go, you’ll find that you can talk about your ex without anger, resentment or bitterness. You’ll no longer be jealous. You won’t need to know where he is, what he’s doing or who he’s with. It won’t matter.

When you’re able to say you’ve let go of your ex and the relationship you’ve had, you’ll be able to move on. Moving onto another relationship before you take the time to heal is a recipe for disaster. You shouldn’t move into a new relationship with a broken heart. So it’s important to follow these steps and start your healing process, not only so you can heal your broken heart. But also, so you can go on with your life.


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