How To Overcome the Pain of Losing a Loved One
How to Overcome Grief After a Bitter Divorce
Embrace your pain.You have every right to be hurting, angry, bitter and sad. Whatever the cause of your breakup might be, it's still a brutally painful thing for both parties.
See a therapist.They are trained to give you the support and advice you need. If you can't afford it, try a support group. There are tonnes of those on the internet. These are people who have gone or are going through the same thing.
Talk to those who truly care and understand.
Don't alienate your mutual friends.Make the effort to see them and show them that you are still the same fun and interesting person you were before the split. Remember it's hard for them too. Especially if it was a long relationship. They may need to get to know you on your own again.
Plot your revenge.By all means plan your horrible revenge plans, draw elaborate pictures of torture devices and write detailed plans of mass humiliation and pain infliction, and then either burn the pages or stow it away carefully. Do not carry any of it out! The catharsis comes from getting it out of your system. Getting arrested ruins it. It's not going to be satisfying.
Join a dating site.Even if it's just to soothe your broken ego. Chances are you won't meet the new love of your life there, but it will show you that there are indeed many more fish in the sea. You'll also see that some of those fish are way nastier than you believe you are, and some of them are way more awesome than you believe your ex was.
Make ME plans.Paint a piece of furniture a colour your ex would've hated. Go somewhere your ex never wanted to. Dye your hair bright red! Do stuff you always wanted to do, but never could because you always had to consider somebody else.
Don't be afraid to spend time alone by yourself.It's when everything around you is quiet that you will start to listen to yourself and become more YOU...
Eventually realise that you are actually better off without them and be grateful it happened sooner rather than later.
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- This too shall pass, just hang in there!
- Try to impose a cooling-off period of a day or two on any activities that involve revenge. Discuss it with a sane person first.
- Don't sleep with strangers.
- Try not to do anything permanent. That phoenix tattoo that covers your entire back might seem like the best idea ever, but you might feel different a year along the line.
- Don't drive drunk.
- Don't eat/drink/smoke/inject anything strange.
- You might get a little unhinged. That's perfectly normal and healthy. Try to do it under supervision.
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Date: 19.12.2018, 06:11 / Views: 45341