Breakups are hard to deal with.
But do not despair. Today, I want to share a few tips for dealing with a breakup. Plus, I want to share an amazing tip from my buddy that will immediately help you feel better.
The most important thing to do after a breakup is to rediscover who you are and to love yourself. You had a good life before you met that special someone and you can have a good life again.
Many people make the mistake of jumping right back into the dating pool after a breakup. But if you are not happy with yourself, then you aren’t ready to start offering yourself in a relationship.
Get to know what makes you so special. What makes you attractive — and don’t tell me that you aren’t attractive. That is a big lie! After all, if you weren’t attractive then you wouldn’t have ever gotten into a relationship in the first place.
Do you have a good sense of humor?
Are you smart?
Do you have interesting life experiences?
Are you a loyal person?
Are you gentle?
Are you strong?
Are you kind?
Do you have a unique talent or skill?
Do you enjoy learning new things?
. . . Any one of these and many other qualities make you an attractive person.
Rediscover an old hobby or start up a new hobby. What gets you excited? You are rediscovering who you are. You are an amazing person and spending time with yourself can be a great experience. Once you know how fun it is to spend time with yourself, you will feel better about being by yourself. Also, once you rediscover what a great person you are you will be ready to attract great people who will want to hang out with you. One of these people might turn into something more. . .
Speaking of other people, you have friends and family right? Don’t just spend time by yourself. How did you spend your time before you were in the relationship that took a turn for the worse? You want to get back into that routine or start a new routine.
Go bowling with a friend. Take your parents out to dinner. Go do something for old-time’s sake.
So, for quick healing, return to the routine of your pre-relationship days, have fun with friends and family, and re-discover who you are by exploring your interests in a hobby or something else that you enjoy doing.
Now, my friend T.W. Jackson has seen many breakups because he offers help to people who have been through a breakup. In fact, he has even helped some people restore their relationships with their exes. You might want to check out his website if you feel that you should try to get back with your ex.
But regardless, I think you will find this de-stressing technique to be quite helpful. You will experience instant results and you can do it right now in front of your computer while watching this video.