Fastest Way Recovering From A Broken Heart Is To Be Real

by T Dub

No one wants to suffer any longer than they have to so it's no wonder that people are always on the lookout for great information on the fastest way recovering from a broken heart, and that's just what this article is about.

Unfortunately, too many people take their cues from cheesy t.v. movies and songs. I don't care how cool it looks, getting drunk is not going to help you heal any faster. As a matter of fact, it will likely make things worse.

At the very least you will wake up the next day with an epic hangover, or even worse, you may have done something unbelievably stupid while you were drunk. Drunk dialing, anyone?

The real fastest way recovering from a broken heart is to face it head on, mourn and move on. This may sound dumb, but if you just push your feelings down and ignore them you will never really heal.

It will be like a scab that is always there and every once in a while you bump it and it starts to bleed again. You don't want that. The healing will be painful but than it will be all over, in the long run that is the best way to go.

So, what I'm saying is that you need to face up to your pain and allow yourself time to grieve over the loss of your relationship. The longer you were in the relationship the longer it will take time to move on from it. It's been a while since you've not been part of a couple, that means you have to completely change the way you think about yourself, and this process takes time.

While you are healing, try to keep your mind in a positive place. Spend time doing things that are good for you and that make you feel better, even if it's just a little better.

It's also a good idea to not isolate yourself while you are dealing with all this. Lean on your friends and family, that's what they're there for.

A few things you should not do are:

  1. Drink, smoke, eat, to excess or do any other activities that can actually harm you and cause more problems in your life.

  2. Do not start dating. It will take time to get over your ex and be able to actually open up to someone new. If you start dating too soon you are just running away and you will only risk hurting yourself and the new person in your life.

  3. Don't listen to those who tell you that you "should get back out there" before you are ready or who try to set a time limit on how long you should grieve. You will move on when you are ready, don't let someone set a time limit.

Breakups stink, we all know that. The pain can seem unbearable and it's hard to believe at that moment that you will ever be happy again, let alone ever love again. But you will. Just allow it the time it needs. Let your wound heal and do positive things with positive people. All of this is the fastest way recovering from a broken heart.

TW (T Dub) Jackson from Magic of Making Up

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Proven Method Relationship Break Up Advice - Believe It

Is there a proven method relationship break up advice that you can follow? Yes, there is. The truth is that some of the advice you find online is just idiotic. I mean, come on, try to make your ex jealous by flaunting a new guy/ girl in front of them? What are we, 12? Now that you're a grown up, you need grown up advice.

First things first, to get over a break up will take time. I don't know how much time because I don't know you, the length of your relationship, the reason for your breakup or even how much you actually loved your ex. I do know that it will take time.

As you can see, there are a lot of variables to consider and anyone who tries to put it all into a "formula" and tell you that you should only grieve one week for every year you were together, or something dumb like that, is just plain wrong.

It takes as long as it takes. I will say, however, that you should start to make some forward progress within a few months and if you're not moving forward even a little bit, you may need to see a counselor. You might be suffering from depression and you may need a little extra help for a while.

But, if you're like most people, you won't be over it all in a few months but you should be starting to get to the point where you can start to breathe a little bit. Even though you will still have a long way to go, making any headway at all can be a relief.

To help you through this tumultuous time you need to rely on the people you love - your friends and family. Spend time with them, as much as possible. Of course, this advice only pertains to your friends and family who are positive, uplifting and fun. Stay away from your bitter Aunt Kim or your nasty friend Melissa. Only surround yourself with positive people who like to do positive things.

That brings me to the next stage of your recovery. Start doing things that make you feel good about yourself and life in general. I don't care what it is. If you want to start working out, now would be a great time. If you want to take a class, what are you waiting for?

You get the idea, if you've been meaning to do some things why not do them now? It can be a great way to keep your mind off your ex and on to something uplifting and positive.

And one last thing, do yourself and any new person you meet a favor; don't start dating yet. You're not ready and you will only hurt yourself or someone else.

These steps have helped countless people move on with a little less pain and a little more quickly and if you follow this proven method relationship break up advice it can help you too.

TW (T Dub) Jackson from Magic of Making Up

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Fastest Way - Relationships Breakup Survival "Guide"

by T Dub

Is there a fastest way relationships breakup survival guide of some sort that can help anyone at this difficult time move on with less pain? Yes, in a manner of speaking. Every relationship is different, the relationship itself as well as why it ended.

Get over your ex more quickly by getting over your ex. It sounds obvious but how often do we breakup with someone and then hang out at the same places just hoping to see them again. Or, we ask our mutual friends how they are doing. If you really want to move on and get over your ex, you can't do that. You need to cut all ties. It is painful and hard, but it is the best way.

Instead of dwelling on the past, why not spend time working on your future. Try to do those things that will help you grow as a person, whatever that might be. Some people want to take a class while others might like to spend some time going to another location to learn about a new culture.

The one thing you don't want to do is to do anything that is likely to hurt you and your future. Don't drink or smoke or engage in risky sex practices. Just keep moving forward with your life and spend time with positive people doing positive things. Do not dwell on the past.

One big pitfall to avoid is to take bad advice from good meaning people. If anyone tries to tell you that you should start dating or that you should move on before you think you are ready, ignore them.

You don't want to sit around and wallow in your pain that's for sure. But you also don't know how long it will take until you've gone through it yourself. Of course, you should start making some progress and start moving on after a few months. If you aren't moving forward at all after a few months you may want to get some help from a counselor.

It's easy to get caught up in your pain, and doing so will only hold you back. If you need help, get help, there is nothing to be uncomfortable or embarrassed about.

Beware the ex who is trying to have the best of both worlds. If your ex keeps calling you and keeps stringing you along, you have a doubly hard time moving on. It's hard to not fall victim to that. You still care about them and you want them to take you back so it's not going to be easy to extricate yourself if they lead you on.

But for the sake of your own sanity you have to say no. If they want to get back with you than the two of you need to talk, but if it's just a ploy to keep you hanging around because they are afraid of losing you, it's time to call them on their b.s. and tell them to leave you alone.

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Best Way Relationships - Breakup Survival Sucks

by T Dub

Going through a breakup sucks... sorry if that sounds crude but there is no way to sugar coat it. It hurts, and it lasts way too long. The best way relationships breakup survival that I know of is to find a way to let go and leave it all in the past.

Unfortunately, it's not that easy to do. You will have to deal with a lot of painful emotions and learn to control them so they don't control you.

I know you may be wondering "that sounds great, but how do I go about doing that". Well, the best way I know is to stop having any contact with your ex. I don't know the specifics of your breakup but if your ex keeps calling you and playing games with you it is even going to be that much harder.

Sometimes your ex will try to keep you on the back burner by acting as though they "might" want to get back together. That really stinks and if that is what you are going through I am truly sorry. Even so though, you need to get strong and let them know you aren't interested in their games... if it's over it's over, if it's not, it's not. Pretty simple.

Another good way to leave it all in the past is to remove all the pictures and knick knacks that you and your ex have collected. I don't recommend that you destroy these things at this point. Some day you may decide that you don't want to keep it all, but for now just pack it up and put is somewhere safe... but out of sight.

Another way to leave it all in the past is to try to avoid going to the same places the two of you used to go to. If possible go back to the places you used to go to before you and your ex got together.

Also, spend time with your uplifting family and friends, steer clear of the negative ones, they won't do you any good especially at this time in your life.

Taking care of yourself is also an excellent idea. Do things that make you feel good about yourself and good about what the future holds. It doesn't matter what that is, it may mean doing new things like taking a class or joining a gym. Maybe taking a vacation.

I don't know and it doesn't really matter. again, as long as whatever it is is a positive and uplifting activity it will help you get over your ex and move on.

Don't even think about starting to date, you're just not ready. Give it time to mourn your relationship and get strong enough to open yourself up and love someone again.

For now, just concentrate on best way relationships breakup survival tips I've listed above. No one can completely get rid of the pain, but these tips may make the process a little quicker and less painful.

TW (T Dub) Jackson from Magic of Making Up

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Proven Method Remedy For A Broken Heart For Both Sexes

by T Dub

If you are looking for a proven method remedy for a broken heart I've got some ideas that may help. Now please understand that there is nothing you can do to completely avoid the pain of a broken heart. But doing some things may help lessen it somewhat and at least you can move on without baggage.

You see, while you are in the middle of all this pain your only thought is to find a way to get past it but one of the real dangers is that you will carry the scars of this breakup with you into other relationships.

That is not what you want to do. As you go through life you want to be able to love and trust again. That is the only way you can truly ever find happiness. It's important that you grieve the breakup of your relationship and deal with the pain so you can move on and find love again some day.

Here are some things you can do to help move on a little easier:

  1. Spend time with friends and family. Don't isolate yourself or dwell on your pain. Now, you do need to spend some time in your pain, a few days or weeks wallowing is ok, but that's it. After that, you have to get on with your life.

    After some time you need to get out and live your life. You should not date at this point though. Just spend some time doing fun things with people who you love and who make you feel good about yourself.

  2. If there are issues you need to deal with, maybe some behaviors that you have that you would like to change, now is a great time to deal with them. It's never easy looking at the negative in yourself. It can be painful and scary. But it can also be helpful in the long run.

    Again, it's all about making positive changes so you can move on in your life and find the peace and happiness that you deserve.

  3. Don't even think about dating at this point. You need time to deal with your pain. If you try to escape your pain you will only make it worse, only this time you will hurt not just yourself but anyone else you might get involved with.

  4. Leave your past behind. Focus your attention on the future and what it means. What are your plans? Do you want to take a class? Lose weight? Learn a new language? It doesn't matter how big or small your goals are, now is a great time to pursue them.

There is a proven method remedy for a broken heart, it is called time. It will take time, but you can speed things up a little bit by spending time doing things that make you feel alive and positive about your future. You will still feel pain, but if you focus on the future it may help you move forward a little sooner.

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