Plan and DO for Relief

An individual's response to the end of a romantic relationship can vary, depending on things such factors as gender, age, circumstances and emotional involvement.

If a relationship has been depressing, some people might feel perfectly well about their breakup.

On the other hand, if you were extremely happy and didn’t see the breakup coming, the aftermaths can be rather rough.

The latter usually presupposes a handful of negative feelings including disbelief, disappointment, anger, pain and other things which might trigger an emotional breakdown or prolonged depression. The situation is complicated by the fact you have been physically and emotionally bound to a partner, implying that your thoughts, feelings, dreams, and goals have intertwined and became an indivisible entity.

A breakup means undoing a kind of ‘merging', which is often painful to go through.

Most likely you are wondering “What am I supposed to do?” or “How do I get through this on my own?” In this article our friends hot russian girls tried to answer your questions, listing a couple of ways to cope with a breakup and accelerate the process of healing.

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Let it out

You have to realize that it is completely natural to feel upset.

You don’t necessarily need to keep your emotions in check.

If you want to weep yourself out – do it!

Crying is known to be therapeutic, as it reduces the feelings of anxiety, stress, and anger.

Find a person who would sympathize, listen to you carefully, and give you a helping hand.

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let go of the pain

 

Be realistic

Maybe it is hard to realize, but no matter who started the breakup process, this relationship would obviously have come to a deadlock.

Just ask yourself “Would I be happy with that person?”

If the answer is “No”, then you are on the right path.

Think of it as a great life experience.

Eventually, when you overcome the feeling of loss, you will realize that you have survived an emotional turmoil and become more confident.

And if you come across some other difficulties in future, you will be psychologically prepared.

 

Cut off ties

Don’t hold to the past and try to limit all possible contacts with your ex.

You might feel extremely urgent need to call or text your ex and talk everything out, but you have to realize that it will only make things worth.

If you need to, delete his/her number, block social profiles and try to move on.

You could also get rid of the things which remind of that person.

Don't necessarily throw everything away, but hide it someplace safe and give yourself a break.

 

Keep yourself busy

A breakup is not the end of the World.

You still have to study, work and enjoy your life.

Remember, that staying home and lying under the blanket is not going to help you that much.

Try to focus on being positive and find things which would keep you busy.

Take up some sports, learn a new dance or new languages, call up and go out with your friends.

The more active you are, the easier it will be to forget about your ex.

 

Give it a time

Accept the fact that your relationship is over and now you are set free.

Of course, the process of healing is difficult and time-consuming, but it must eventually come to an end.

One day you will unexpectedly realize that your grief is over, you haven't thought about this person for weeks and you can finally move on with your life.

 

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