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Moving On

Whether you’re a man or a woman, we can all agree that if the relationship was worth your time, the break up is harder to deal with. Of course, there was probably a really great reason for the two of you to no longer be together. It just couldn’t work, but for whatever reason you’re still hung up on that person. Moving on can be a difficult task. Why don’t we take you through our stages of moving on? It just might help you cope.

Shock: Of course, the beginning is the hardest. The relationship is still fresh in your mind. You really want to get him/her out of your head, but reality sets in and you’re just now realizing that you only broke up yesterday. This can be frustrating, but it’s something that you have to ride out and work through until the feeling passes.

Over-Thinking: Try not to analyze the breakup process. Keep it very simple. You broke up for a reason. If it was meant to be, it would have been.

Anger: Anger is normal. You might be angry at the way the other person handled the situation. You might be angry about a few things at once. It’s okay to be angry. This means that you are working through your issues and you will eventually get to a better place because of this stage.

Sadness: Mourning a breakup is normal. Take some time to be sad, but not too long. Don’t dwell on what could have been. Make sure you are mourning your love loss in a healthy way. Give yourself some time to process it, be sad, pick yourself up, and keep moving.

Acceptance: You have finally forgotten all about…. Wait what’s their name again?

How do you cope with a break up? Do you have a set regimen? Are you a pro when it comes to moving on? Everybody is different. Advice is the key to any kind of success. You want to ask healthy questions if you have answers. Make sure that you are handling your delicate situation in a delicate way!

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