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Getting Over A Bad Breakup: Part 2

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Build A Support System

Breakup of a couple with bad guy and sad girlfriendTell a friend of yours what you really feel about the breakup, just so you can say it all out loud. If you would rather talk to someone who was not familiar with your relationship, you could work with a professional counselor to sort through the struggles you are facing. This person will offer unbiased advice about the steps you can take to get better. All you really need is someone who can be there to listen. The stronger your support system is, the easier it will be for you to move on with your life.

Remove The Reminders

If you are still holding on to artifacts from the relationship, put them away or throw them out completely. For instance, you may still be holding onto your ex’s jacket because you miss the smell of the person. By refusing to let that go though, you will continue torturing yourself about things from the past. You can still hold on to hope that you will get back together, but you need to do that without a constant reminder of what used to be. If you end up splitting for good, this will help you move on much faster.

Get Plenty Of Rest

In many cases, sleep is the best medicine for healing a broken heart because it allows your mind and your body to rest. A lot of people report insomnia after a breakup because their mind is so focused on their ex. If you are having trouble sleeping, you may need to talk to your doctor about medicines you can take to settle your mind at night. When your body feels refueled and rejuvenated, you will have an easier time getting to a better quality of life.

Reconcile Your Differences

If you and your ex feel like the relationship is worth another shot, consider going through couples counseling to learn how to reconcile your differences and avoid similar issues in the future. If you have already tried this time and time again, you may be better off cutting ties and moving on. Nevertheless, every relationship deserves a chance, and you may not have the tools and knowledge to make yours last the way you want it to. A little help from a professional couple’s therapist will ensure that you are set up for success in your new journey together.