I just got out of a long relationship, are there any tried and tested mechanisms for coping with it?

Asked on Feb. 10, 2020 | 4 Answer(s)
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Don't be in denial. Allow yourself to feel everything you're feeling. You'll never truly move on if you skip the dejected phase of a breakup. It'll come back to haunt you - I PROMISE! So do what you gotta do, be dramatic (alone), weep for days, get a drink (or plenty, get in the best shape of you life after you're done weeping and before you know it - you'd have moved one! :)

Hey, just remember not to stay inactive for long periods of time otherwise the memories will start haunting you. You need to take some time first and be comfortable with the fact that it's over and maybe in 1-3 months when you are successful you need to start building new memories through new experiences like travelling, meeting other people, hobbies or even just dedicating full attention to job/studies. And just remember when ever you have thoughts of your ex, just take some long breaths and that should reduce the anxiety a bit

Try to remain calm through out the process.

Try focus on something simple and force yourself to achieve it .By focusing on something else ,it will give your heart time to heal.

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