Getting over a breakup takes time, and a wee bit ‘o effort on your part! These five tips for healing a broken heart will help you move on after a love relationship falls apart….
Before the tips, a quip:
“Have you ever been hurt and the place tries to heal a bit, and you just pull the scar off of it over and over again.” ~ Rosa Parks.
Are you sabotaging your own healing process? It happens, you know. If you’re ready to let go and move on, read Getting Past Your Breakup: How to Turn a Devastating Loss into the Best Thing That Ever Happened to You.
And, here are five tips for getting over a broken heart…
Getting Over a Breakup – Healing a Broken Heart
Believe your ex’s behaviors over his words. Does your ex-boyfriend say he loves you and he wants to spend more time with you and wishes he could leave his wife and he hopes one day you and he will marry – but he doesn’t show you his love by putting you first in his life and doing things to make you happy?
To get over this breakup, believe what he does, not what he says. He can flap his gums forever, but if his actions don’t support his words, then he’s lying to you.
Can’t Get Over the Break Up? How to Move Through the Pain will help you heal your broken heart.
Get help if you or your ex-boyfriend has emotional issues, such as depression. Psychological or emotional health issues have serious effects on love relationships. If you, your ex, or your current boyfriend are dealing with depression, anxiety, or other issues, I encourage you to talk to a counselor.
You don’t necessarily need to get counseling for months or years; even just calling a local help line can help you gain clarity and insight. If you want to heal a broken heart, you need to face your issues head on.
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Need more tips for getting over a breakup? Read letting go of someone you love.
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