Heartbreak is an awful thing to experience. It weighs one down, and makes you feel terrible about yourself. The truth about it though, is that it’s never the end of life. Just because you’ve been disappointed once doesn’t mean it’s always going to be so.
Knowing that reality and more will help you get over heartbreak easily. Take a look at these 7 truths about heartbreak.
IT’S NOT THE END
Just because you’re done with that relationship doesn’t mean life’s done with you. A lot of people don’t get it. Yes, it’s a sad experience, and it’s devastating because you invested so much in what you lost but it’s still not the end of life. Like someone who failed an exam, you don’t immediately throw in the towel, you keep going until you achieve your dream.
YOU’LL FEEL BAD
Chances are you’ll blame yourself for not being good enough or for making mistakes that somehow led to your break up with your partner, so don’t try to deny that. You loved this person, and you’re used to them, so you’ll miss them too. Don’t try to stay in denial, which only worsens things for you.
YOU WON’T BE SAD FOREVER
See losing a great relationship as losing money invested in a business. You’ll cry and feel sad about it, but the truth remains that over time, you’ll feel better, and forget what happened. Time always heals.
DON’T BLAME NO ONE
When something goes wrong with you, it’s natural to want to pin the blame on someone because you think it offers some explanation, and makes you feel better. Well the truth is, it isn’t and it’s only going to compound things.
LEARN FROM IT
There’s a lesson to be learned from all seemingly difficult situations in life, even that bad break up. Look closely at the events that led up to the break up. What caused it to happen? What were the things you think you and your ex did wrong? Learn from these things, and allow them guide you the right way in your next relationship.
SOMEONE BETTER WILL FIND YOU
So you lost that guy or woman you were almost certain you’d marry? Well, life can be that unpredictable. What I do know about life for sure is that just because you lost that person doesn’t automatically imply you’re finished. Someone better will locate you. Sometimes, we lose good things to get better things.