After the Breakup – The Healing Process

The first thing to realize that it will take time. How much time? That will differ for everyone. So what do you do? How do you begin? Begin by accepting that you are a good person and things just didn’t work out between you. Do not obsess about the relationship unless you really desire to get together. Obsessing does nothing more but create a higher state of anxiety and/or depression which is not what you need right now.

From my experiences, I’ve found I go through a 1-2 week “mourning” period where I want to be left alone. It is a period where friends try to talk to you to get it off your chest, bunnydirectories or to go out, but their words have no meaning, nor do you wish to socialize. After that period elapses, your life gets a glint of focus.

It is only after this “mourning” period that the thoughts of socializing sounds plausible. Now some say that when you fall off a horse, you should get right back in the saddle. There is some merit to this, but it is only a good idea if you are ready for it. I prefer to take it easy and won’t just jump right back into a relationship. For more info please visit these sites:-

This is where I like to be friends for a while, and test the waters. I prefer to ease back in, not jump headlong in to a new one. Take it easy, go to places where people congregate, and well, congregate. Have a good time, and most of all, relax during this time. Learn from past mistakes so you don’t make them again in the future. Keep in mind that although time heals all wounds, scars can last forever!.


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