How to Recover After Losing a Lover

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Relationship Advice – How To Cheer Up After A Breakup

By Beverleigh H Piepers

You’ve just ended your relationship with your loved one and it seems as if it might just be the end of the world. You feel more alone now than at any other point in your life. It seems as if the pain may never go away; you feel like it will last forever. How in the world can you ever be expected to move on with your life?

You have to find ways to cheer yourself up.

First, and foremost is that you do not need to be alone. This will only result in the world’s worst pity party with an attendance of only one. You just can’t be expected to begin healing and recovering when you are lying in a pool of despair and pain.

You have to get up and get back out into the world again. You need to start your life over as soon as possible and, above all, you need to do so around friends. Not just mild acquaintances, but friends who really care about you and who also want what is best for you. Their support right now will be invaluable.

Find something you enjoy, especially if you have put whatever it is on hold in the past… and do it! It could be something from your past or maybe it could be a new following, such as rock climbing, scuba diving, racquetball, etc. Anything that is more than a passing interest to you. Now is the time to take the time to pursue it.

Since you can’t expect to spend every waking moment with others, you also need to make sure the time you have alone is quality time. Have some good books lined up that you have been putting off reading. Pick out some movies you have been looking forward to seeing… but never took the time. Go shopping at your favorite store. Plan a mini vacation. Splurge on a facial, massage or some other form of pampering you have always wanted to indulge in. Just do something you enjoy and so ensure your alone time is well spent.

One thing you really don’t want to do is talk about the demise of the relationship to your friends or family. It should all be put behind you and this is next to impossible if you continue to dwell on it. The sooner you really let go of the situation, the sooner you will be able to get your life back on track.

This is the time to learn about yourself. Are destructive emotions at the heart of any problems you are experiencing? If so, maybe you need to get control of what you are really telling yourself. What are your beliefs?

For nearly 25 years Beverleigh Piepers has searched for and found the principles to help you get to the root causes of your crisis.

The solution is not in the endless volumes of information you find across the internet, or the advice your friends give… it’s in yourself; the thoughts that make you who you are.

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