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    Olivia Sanders

    How To Keep Going After a Breakup

    When going through a breakup, it's normal to feel sad and confused. You may feel like you’re never going to be able to move on with your life and that life in general is meaningless. It’s normal to be overwhelmed, as breakups are never easy. Yet it’s important to keep going and find ways to cope with your broken heart.

    The truth is that although the pain of a breakup will stay with you forever, it’ll eventually pass. You can get through this, and eventually, come out more resilient than ever before. Here are some tips to help you keep going after a breakup:

    Acknowledge Your Feelings

    It’s important to acknowledge your feelings after a breakup. Do not try to repress or deny them. Instead, accept that you’re hurting and take the time to grieve. This will allow you to slowly start to process your emotions in a healthy manner.

    Express Yourself

    Expressing yourself is an important part of healing from a breakup. Writing can be a great form of therapy when it comes to releasing pent-up emotions concerning the breakup. You can also talk to a friend or family about your feelings, or even seek professional help if necessary.

    Eat Well and Exercise

    Food has a huge impact on mood. Eating a balanced diet is essential for staying strong during difficult times. Exercise also has a positive effect on both physical and mental health. If possible, try to do something physical each day to make sure you’re getting your endorphins flowing.

    Stay Busy

    Sometimes the best way to cope with a breakup is to stay busy. Take the time to focus on hobbies and activities you enjoy, so that you can occupy yourself with something other than your heartache. This could include learning a new skill or craft, picking up a new hobby, devoting more time to your job, or just putting your thoughts of the breakup on the backburner as you focus on something else.

    Focus On the Present

    It’s natural to want to reflect back on the relationship after it has ended. This can be helpful to an extent, but it’s also important to focus on the present by looking for the silver linings in each day and reminding yourself that everything will work out in the end.

    Expect Setbacks

    Remember that healing takes time and setbacks are completely normal. You might have moments when you feel like your heart’s breaking all over again or when doubts creep in. Remind yourself that this is just part of the healing process and to keep going no matter what.

    Breakups are never easy, but they aren’t the end of the world either. No matter how much it hurts right now, you will eventually come out of it a stronger person. Don’t give up; be gentle and kind to yourself, and believe that you’re capable of getting through this.

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