How to get over a breakup

How to get over a breakup

Breakup is never easy. It is even less easy to recover from heartache.

When we have to face a romantic separation, a deep evil can settle in our hearts and in our souls. We don’t know how to behave and we tend to make bad decisions.

Taking a step back seems impossible to us. We feel completely empty.

It is as if our world has collapsed; we have the feeling that this deep sadness will stay with us for the rest of our lives. 

There are different steps that can help you recover from a painful separation. We have selected 7 which are the most effective.

By following them, we guarantee that you will recover very quickly from a romantic breakup and that you will contribute to your general well-being!

  1. Stop chasing him

The expression “out of sight, out of the heart” is perfectly suited to the situation you find yourself in.

You sabotage your healing process on your own by constantly engaging in harassment on the internet or, even worse, harassing your ex in real life.


Don’t just erase her number, Facebook, Instagram, and whatever gives you a glimpse of her life. Block it completely on your phone as well as in your life.

Continuing to pay attention to where he comes and goes, and looking at his photos is real torture that you must stop immediately. The less you know about him, the better off you will be.

  1. Give yourself time, there is no quick way to recovery

I know you probably don’t want to hear it, but it will take time for your broken heart to fully heal.

It would be easier if you could just snap your fingers and teleport yourself into the future where you feel better, but unfortunately, things don’t turn out that way.

It is a long process, with many ups and downs. So don’t expect everything to be better overnight.

  1. Keep your mind busy

The worst thing you can do is do nothing. If you analyze every aspect of your past relationship too carefully and go over all the “what ifs,” the situation will only get worse.

Constantly thinking about what happened and why it happened, will only sink you further into sadness and depression.

So get up and get busy! Fill your agenda and don’t waste a second to do it. Call your friends and make plans with them.

Get into the exercise. Go hiking. Cook something new and delicious. Take dance lessons. Volunteer.

Do whatever your heart desires. Do all the things you wanted to do that you didn’t have time to do during your dating relationship.

  1. Don’t let your ex be part of your life anymore

Make sure your ex isn’t taking you for a ride. You’ve already had the discussion, you broke up, but you still don’t know if it’s final or.

He says he supposedly needs time to figure things out and he doesn’t hesitate to keep you waiting.

As if the break-up wasn’t enough, it keeps you waiting and makes you dream of reconciliation!

If you continue like this, not only will you be heartbroken, but your soul will also be destroyed. Once you’ve made up your mind to end things, never go back.

You may suffer even more from waiting for something that will never happen.
  1. Cut all ties with him

Staying friends with your ex is not a good idea at all. Whatever the reason for the breakup, while everything is still fresh and your emotions are real, it’s not a good idea to stay close with your ex.

By pretending to be friends with someone when you’re hoping for something more, you may only feel more lonely than if you were really alone.

Many women think that sleeping with their ex will make them fall in love with them again.

But, this is never the case. They just sleep with them, because the opportunity presents itself.

It’s not about feelings, it’s about instant gratification and making the most of what is available to them.

Sleeping with your ex is definitely not the way to get over it.

  1. By all means, take care of yourself

It’s easy to seek comfort from your ex when you are overwhelmed by feelings, and you feel stressed, anxious and alone.

It is human nature to focus on the good things and to act as if nothing bad has ever happened.

While yet, it does and all of those bad feelings will only get worse if you fall into your ex’s arms or bed again.

To prevent this from happening, you need to take care of yourself. Find something that will calm your mind, body, and soul. Put yourself in the first place to change. You need your free time to be able to heal and grow.

  1. Stop trying to forget it
The truth is, the more you think you need to forget about your ex, the more he will be in your thoughts.

It will be all you can think of and it’s not what you want, now or ever.

It’s like when you are told not to eat cake. Of course, the only thing you think about is eating that delicious piece of cake ASAP.

Clearly, your ex isn’t as delicious as this cake, otherwise, he wouldn’t be an ex. There is a good reason why you broke up and that’s it.

So, instead of trying to forget about it, shift your focus back to yourself. Be there for yourself and learn to love yourself more.

Find the right ways to make yourself happy and you’ll be able to kick it out of your system without even realizing it.