Fixing a Broken Heart – 3 Ways to Stop Suffering
It seemingly comes out of the blue. That “we need to talk” moment when you suddenly realize that something is horribly wrong with your relationship. Your life is shattered, you’re in pain, and you’re stuck by yourself fixing a broken heart. Your friends and family might be there trying to comfort you, and they do have the best intentions, but they really don’t have to suffer through all the feelings the way you do. That sinking pit in your stomach, that horribly sad and lonely feeling in your chest, and fear that you might burst into tears at any moment as you go through the day (at work, at the store, anywhere).
Fixing a broken heart isn’t easy, but here are a few little secrets to help you.
First, don’t let yourself get depressed. I know that there are times when all you want to do is stay home a cry. It’s important to let yourself feel all the feelings of loss that come with the ending of a relationship. But don’t let these feeling overtake your life. When you find yourself sulking alone for days on end, you can bet that you are letting yourself sink into depression. The key to fixing a broken heart isn’t staying at home and listening to sad songs and crying. There’s a big world out there, and with the right attitude it can all be yours. You can even get your boyfriend back. But, guess what? You won’t be able to do this if you allow yourself to stay depressed and unmotivated.
Second, don’t give up. No matter how hopeless your situation may seem, there is always a way to get your ex back. You read that correctly… there is always a way. Your friends out there might be trying to make you feel better and comfort you by telling you that you ex was no good. Is this true or are they just trying to get you from feeling sad to feeling angry toward him? They mean well, but if you want your ex back, then you need to stay focused on your goal and follow a strict plan in getting him back. You’re not the kind of person that just gives up on love are you? If you find yourself broken hearted, then you most certainly are not a quitter. It takes a lot of courage to love someone and it takes a lot of courage to get them back.
Third, get control of your emotions. It probably isn’t a surprise that constantly calling, texting, emailing, or otherwise trying to relentlessly contact your ex is only going to drive him further away. What I recommend is to keep yourself from doing this. Practice self-discipline and vow to not contact him for two to four weeks. This is a lot easier said than done. Trust me, I’ve been there, and I’ve had to fight back every urge to call him up. What you’re doing is giving him the opportunity to miss you. Plus you are giving yourself the opportunity at fixing a broken heart. You might even be surprised to find that he actually calls you during this time. If so, play it cool and don’t seem too desperate.
So these are a few important things to do for fixing a broken heart. Remember, the situation is never hopeless, and if you chose to there is always a way to get him back.
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