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How to Survive a Relationship Break Up – 8 Simple but powerful things you can do to ease the pain

Are you the dumper or the dumpee?  Either way, I can help 🙂

Going through a relationship break up is a terrifying experience for anyone.

In fact, some couples can even decide to endure an unhappy relationship to avoid those lonely moments that comes from break up.

How to Survive a Relationship Break Up

Is it possible to survive a relationship break up?

First, check out this amazing video: The #1 Breakup Rule… – by Claire Casey

You can download Claire Casey’s book here: You Didn’t Want Him Anyway: Get Over Any Man in 5 Simple Steps

Anyways, if you did not yet figure it out – The answer is YES you can survive a relationship breakup!!  Relax, there IS hope for you! 🙂

In this article we are going to give you tips on how move on when you break up with your husband, boyfriend or significant other.

  1. Keep busy…

It may seem obvious to some, but I see this again and again, and again… Instead of sitting down and crying the whole day over something that is already done, make yourself more productive by doing things you enjoy.  This may include playing your favorite sport, shopping – or even doing charity work. (Sometimes it just feels GREAT to help others in need, and helps you put your problems behind you).  Just ensure that you keep your mind busy so that you don’t find time to entertain what has already passed.

  1. Surround yourself with positive people.

The absolute worst thing to ever do after a breakup is to hide away from friends and family .It will only exacerbate the ugly feeling that you have. Surround yourself with people who care and understand your situation as they will not only keep you company but they will also advise on things that will enlighten your mind and make you happy.

  1. Wait until you are ready.

Don’t go and start another relationship straight away. You actually need time to heal. In fact the break up period can be a good time to reinvent yourself and make yourself a better person. If you had abandoned your career because of relationship commitments, then this could be the perfect time to rebuild yourself and go through the career path that you had always wanted. Go slowly and don’t invest your emotions too deeply in any new romance until you feel that you have completely healed and you are ready to move on and enter the dating world once again.

  1. Understand that it is not the end of the world.

If you have just gone through a breakup, it is very important to understand that it is actually not the end of the world. This is because there are many people out there who have also experience what you are going through and they managed to overcome that feeling. Just know that everything do happen for a reason and you always learn something from every relationship. So just take what you learned from the past relationship and use it to avoid similar problem in your future relationship. You will meet a new person who will love and cherish you so don’t sit don’t and start thinking that the breakup that you are going through is the end of everything.

  1. Find emotional support.

Sometimes it can be difficult to move on even with the help of family of friends. If you realize that you having difficulties to move on with your life, try to find emotional support from a professional counselor. They can really help you to get over the past relationship and move on with your life.

  1. Don’t drink alcohol.

I know it might sound like the ideal moment to get plastered drunk, but when you are fresh out of a relationship breakup and you are still upset about it nothing good will come out of drinking. You can run away from your problems but you can never hide from them. Believe it or not, when you drink alcohol because you are upset about the breakup, you will wake up the next morning with the same problems.  The best way to survive a relationship breakup is accepting and facing the reality as opposed to trying to look for means to avoid them.

  1. Don’t blame yourself.

If your spouse has just broken up with you, don’t blame yourself. When you start blaming yourself, it will be very difficult to move on with your life. If your former significant other broke up with you for no reason, just know that he was not worth your time. Just know that you will meet a special person who will be worth your worth.  Granted, if you ARE to blame – now may be a good time to look at yourself honestly, and improve yourself based on what you know you did wrong.

  1. Cry.

Sometimes it is easy to let the pain go away just by crying. So lets the tears flow. It is a healthy way to release all your pain and grief. Although you may be afraid that once you start crying you will not stop but you will stop and you will feel better because all the pain that had inside will be gone. You will feel like a new person who is ready to forget the past and move on.

   9. Want to do things BETTER for yourself the next time around?

Watch this FREE Video to find out what men SECRETLY want.  It’s by my GOOD friend and fellow relationship expert James Bauer – and is my #1 recommendation to women looking to better themselves, and be the best girlfriend/wife/fiance/spouse they can be.  Make sure you set aside 30 minutes of your time to watch it and put all distractions aside.  This is life changing.

About the Author

Deborah is the owner of this site, a dating and relationship expert and a wife and mother to a wonderful husband and two twin girls.