Having your heart torn in two is the most painful experience one can endure. It’s vital to put the pain behind in order to move on and receive new love energy in your life. If you decide to hold on to what is no more, you’re allowing the person who hurt you to continue to cause you pain. Moving past a breakup is about healing your heart and has nothing to do with your ex.
Don’t try to be friends.
The person who hurt you is not your friend—let that go. You have to be your own friend by not allowing your ex into your soul energy. Having this person as your friend while you’re healing will only cause more pain.
Allow yourself to grieve.
Keep your head high and a smile on your face, putting one foot in front of the other. Of course cry your eyes out if needed, but don’t spend time dwelling on the negatives or the whys. Be cautious of the language you put into the universe. Using terms like terrible and horrible insures you are bound to spend time dwelling on the negatives. If you feel the need to vocalize the hurt, give yourself permission to express your anger and sadness.
Define your real intentions.
Are you trying to move past the breakup or are you hoping to get back with your ex? You won't move on until you've accepted that the relationship is over. Don't embarrass yourself or put yourself in a situation where you'll look back and feel humiliated. Driving past your ex's house, making dozens of phone calls or e-mailing non-stop is no way to let go of the past or come out with your head high.
Learn to trust again.
Whenever you get involved in a relationship, you know there's a risk. Don't let a bad experience keep you from living your life to the fullest. You can go through life suspicious, or loving and laughing.
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