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How To Get Over A Break-up

August 5, 2013 - Tips To Meet Women
How To Get Over A Break-up

Most of the material that I’ve come across or read is all about trying to meet someone new, where to meet people, what to say, what to where. Eventually if you work enough at if you will meet people, some you may like a lot, some you may go out.

Unfortunately in life not every relationship will work out for whatever reason. One of the biggest things I’ve noticed with the more success you find is that the when you do meet someone the grass is always greener. When you are a bit bummed out because you’re marriage, relationship or just even the girl you liked said no then these tips should help you out :

Write Your Feeling Down. This is a great time to redefine what you want in life. You’re relationship has failed it may hurt but now is the time to figure out what didn’t work in your relationship. You can use these list to help you when you’re ready to move on.

Plan Your Future. One reason why break-ups hurt as it represents loss, not just of the relationship, but also of your future plans and commitments. Force yourself to start planning something you want to do, book that holiday, gig ticket or start working out blah blah blah. Research shows when you have something to work over it will help you out

Talk To People : Talk to your friends, parents of whoever is in your life. Knowing that others are aware of your feelings will make you feel less alone with your pain and will help. If you don’t think you have anyone why not try joining chat roulette, a dating site, a new social media and just connecting with other human beings.

Do not stalk her : Don’t need to check her facebook page every 10 minutes. If you feel you’re self to bummed out go for a walk or run. I long drive can help you clear you head. When you are upset it might be tempting to constantly check or text her but what you need to do is build yourself up again.

Life will go on and things will get better. All you need to do is pick up any celebrity magazine and you will see people who are probably a lot more rich and successful than you are going through the exact same emotions as you. It’s normal. Keep telling yourself that things will get better. Some people might take days or weeks other might be months.. just remember any feeling you have is perfectly normal and in all likelihood take some work. Above everything else, remember at one stage you did care for that peron and they cared for you. In life not everyone is compatible and just because it didn’t work it it doesn’t mean you’re a failure or she’s a bitch. For most people it’s just a difference in outlooks.

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