Six Steps to True Healing After a Breakup
David Wygant Attraction and Dating Expert
The phone rings and you hear the dreaded words "We need to talk." Then you get the knock on the door, your significant other comes in, and everything spirals down from there. The next thing you know, you're hearing "We just aren't connecting the way we need to be" or something similar to that. Whatever the specific phrase is, someone has just broken up with you.
Let's face it, it's never good to hear any form of the words "We need to breakup." If you are hearing those words, though, then you need to know two things. First, this happens every day to people (and not just you). Second, and more importantly, you can and will feel better. So let's talk about what you can do to not just temporarily feel better, but to really get over a breakup. Here are six steps to get you totally over a breakup.
Breakups are hard, but it's in the aftermath of a breakup that our greatest lessons are learned. If we can learn the real issues that caused the breakup, then we won't repeat the same failed relationship again. So stop blaming yourself and start looking deep inside yourself. When you do that, you will not just "deal" with a breakup. You will truly get over it.
All the power to you.
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videomemo at Sat, Jun 27 01:24 PM:
I use a model using NLP. I call it the train track at the y or switch connector. Your headed down the track and you come to the switch, there you have the choice to take the track you've always taken or try out the new track with it undiscovered surprises.
The old track has your friends and you past life on it, the new one a different life style, one where you can do anything you want to do, and learn to love yourself. First step is to take yourself to dinner and enjoy your own company. Start thinking about things you wanted to do but never had the time or the freedom to do them. Start writing ideas about these things... Also meet some new friends and go new places, and enjoy you new life...
On the old track you'd still be thinking about your pain what a difference a new life makes
searching4self at Mon, Aug 03 11:56 AM:
im going thru a divorce right now... my husband just told me only 2 weeks ago that he wanted out. Its been really hard, especially the first 3-4 days.. all i did was cry. And he's still in my house so i have to see him every day till he leaves. The tips listed are great... and i've actually been doing the writing everything down thing... i know there are things about myself i need to work on and im going to take this OPPORTUNITY to do that. Im going to work on me and what can make me a better, happier person. I write down my thoughts.. i write down things i need to remember to do or not to do. It helps to keep it in my head and actually follow thru on it
You have to work really hard to remember you were somebody before the break up and you still are now after the break up...so concentrate on that, do things that make you happy and try to think of the future and the good things to come. If you dwell on the break up you'll only be depressed.