How Do I Stop Hurting After Our Breakup?
Article by T.W. Jackson
Hurting after a breakup, unfortunately, is completely natural. The longer the relationship lasted and the more deeply in love you were the harder it’s going to be to live with the fallout. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t things you can do to help relieve some of the pain you’re going through. If you’re spending a lot of time asking yourself “How do I stop hurting after our breakup?” there are a few things you can do that will help.
Work with People in Need
It’s time to roll up your sleeves and get busy helping those less fortunate. There are few things in the world that can help you take your mind off your own troubles than seeing other people who are in worse shape. There are many different types of pain in the world.
The process of helping someone else find healing for their pain can be therapeutic in its own right. It can go a long way towards helping you find the healing you need to move on with your life. More importantly, they can help change you in ways you’d have never thought possible before.
Help Yourself Become a Better You
Staying busy is another great way to help put your pain on the back burner. The busier you are, the less time you have left over at the end of the day to dwell on how much you’re hurting. In fact, if you’re falling into bed at night exhausted by all the things you’ve done today to make your life a better one and to become a better person (in your own esteem) then you’ll have little time to think about the one who got away.
This doesn’t mean you need to bury yourself in work in order to hide from the pain only that you can use work to help you work through the pain. The more time you spend improving yourself the better the odds are that you’ll have a renewed respect for the person you are at the end of it all. More importantly, you’ll be more attractive to the people around you because your newly discovered confidence and self-esteem.
Make a Point of Getting Your Ex Back
Of course the biggest move you could make in the right direction at a time like this very well may be to get your ex back. Since the cause of your pain is the ending of your relationship, it makes sense that the end of your pain would be brought about by somehow saving the same relationship.
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