Getting over a break up

Your heart is broken.

It’s TERRIBLE. You can’t sleep. You barely eat. All you do is listen to sad songs and old pictures.

I know it’s hard to imagine that you’ll ever feel better, but the good news is that there’s a cure!

TIME. Time is the only thing that will help.

So try starting small. Breathe in and out, then do it again. When you get the breathing thing down, think about your next meal. Focus on one bite, then the next bite. After that, go for a walk. Think about putting one foot in front of the other. Then go to bed and do it all over.

Time will help! When you’re up to it, spend some time on yourself! See the movie your boyfriend/girlfriend didn’t want to see with you, and call some friends. Watch your favorite TV shows, play your favorite sports, and before long you’ll be back to your old self.

Just give it time!

Time heals all wounds

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2 Responses to “Getting over a break up”

  1. laurenclarke says:

    Also, another way to help with a break-up may be to un-friend them on face book and unfollow them on twitter. otherwise every time you see them pop up on your time line you may be tempted to check up on them. Its fine to do that every once in a while, but looking at someones page everyday will only hinder you from moving on.

  2. trexzeigler says:

    I agree with lauren. If you feel like you may be attached after the breakup,it would probably help to distance yourself from them. Avoid calling or texting them, and do things that make you happy. Remember that your ex wasnt the only joy in your life, you can still enjoy yourself without them. Time heals all woulds, but time flies when you’re having fun.

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