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Tips On How To Get Over An Ex
In today’s fast paced world, relationships and breakups go hand in hand. And while some breakups are easily forgotten, some tend to keep on lingering in our minds for months and can possibly cause us to slip into a state of depression if not handled properly.
Getting over a breakup is never easy, especially if you had put in a lot on your part for the relationship to work. The feeling of guilt of not being able to make things work coupled with the anguish of losing someone you loved and cared for all these days would definitely be too much to bear.
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And in most cases, this obsession over your ex could drive you up the wall and pressurize you into committing mistakes you would tend to regret later.
Life as they say is too short to waste in the memories of something that is best forgotten and got over with. So if you are suffering from a breakup and just can’t seem to forget your ex, here are some effective tips to help you handle the issue and get your life back on track.
Tips On How To Get Over An Ex
Face The Truth!
Some of us refuse to come to terms with a breakup for fear of facing the pain of the same. We tend to keep on reassuring ourselves that nothing has gone wrong and that we would definitely get back with our ex within a few days.
And then some of us just remain indoors, refusing to face others, crying our hearts out and fearing that the emotional turmoil would be too much for us to bear.
Don’t hide your emotions and pretend that nothing has gone wrong. Rather than portray a false face, it is better to acknowledge the fact that you have indeed broken up with your boyfriend/girlfriend and were emotionally hurt in the process.
Trying to hide a wound would never heal it. Coming to terms with the fact that the relationship no longer exists and nothing you do can revive it is the first step to getting over your ex.
You broke up with your boyfriend/girlfriend for a reason. A reason that pulled the two of you apart even if you were considered to be the most compatible couple around!
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So whenever you feel low or depressed about the relationship and remember all those good times with him/her, recall the reason why you split as well. This would help to ease the pain of separation a bit and with time, let you get over your ex.
Get Rid of Memories
A lasting rule in any breakup is to get rid of everything that either belonged to your ex or reminds you of him/her as soon as you break up. Running into a gift here and there, pulling out long lost love cards or messages etc. can make it harder for you to remove your ex from your life. So whatever he/she gave you or you enjoyed together needs to be thrown out of the house or locked up tight in a place you would never frequent.
The biggest mistake you can do after a breakup is to try contacting your boyfriend/girlfriend on a regular basis on the pretext of having a casual chat. Doing so would bring back all those memories you had wanted to forget and can make it even harder for you to move on.
So stop calling, texting, and mailing him/her or attending his/her phone calls. Remove him/her from your contacts lists (phone, email and online networking). But don’t worry.
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This is not a permanent move on your part. This action would only be a temporary phase that would let you get over your boyfriend/girlfriend so that the next time you meet or talk to him/her, you can feel more at ease.
Forget His/Her Friends
If you have a common group of friends, try to avoid meeting them until you get over your ex. Meeting your common friends can possibly put you into the possibility of running into your ex, something that would make the situation awkward and hard to handle. You would also want to avoid meeting those friends who are more attached to your ex than they are to you.
Use Your Freedom Wisely
Instead of getting into a rebound relationship, try to use your free time to re explore all those things that you were unable to do when you had a boyfriend/girlfriend.
Take the time out to visit old friends, family members or even places that you had always wanted to visit but couldn’t. Try to socialize more and try getting out from the confines of your home. This in turn would enable you to forget your ex faster and more effectively than if you try to do so remaining locked up indoors all day.