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After a breack up, what's your better tip to recover from pain and tears?

Erin - 32yo - level 9

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5 months ago

You can intentionally not to think about the breakup, go out with friends, party like it's 1998. But if you were really hurt by the relationship then I don't think you could just run from it and pretend that things will just go back to normal. Because they won't. For me, the only way to get over things of this kind is to really understand what happened and why it happened, to have closure.

Finish the unfinished business, and accept what happened has happened, and hopefully, you will move on.

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5 months ago

MAKE YOURSELF BUSY WITH THINGS YOU LOVE

LOVE YOURSELF

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5 months ago

Focus on yourself.....reflect over the situation

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5 months ago

Do what you like, erase all things that remains you with him/her. Being more confident. There are so much potention in you.

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5 months ago

Watch the whole Friends tv show, all seasons. Guaranteed.

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5 months ago

Book a day at the spa, get your hair done and go to the gym or for a nice long walk.

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5 months ago

Go to the gym and work on your baaaawdy

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5 months ago

There is no magic recipe. If that person was very important to you or if they hurt you deeply, then you need time. Let the feelings off you, don't hold them inside and don't pretend everything is ok if it's not. Give yourself some time. At some point the burden of your negative feelings will be..lighter. And it will be easier to make a closure and move on.

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5 months ago

Invest in yourself. Love the new positive habits and change in yourself after this tough time

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5 months ago

Re-dedicate yourself to you alone. With the extra time, You can reinvest your time and energy into making a better version of you. Start going to the gym, eating healthy, and reconnect with friends. Most importantly, do not cry over spilled milk.

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5 months ago

Binge watch "Chewing Gum" on a Netflix. Have urban dictionary open for those tricky Brit-isms.

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5 months ago

Do the things that make you happy, draw your friends and family or framily close. And then get a massage. It will change your demeanor and your perspective.

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5 months ago

Download an app called Meetup.
It will keep you busy!! Stay busy...

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5 months ago

Go out. Literally all the time !!! And don't hesitate to go by yourself if none of your pals can't tag along. Meeting new people is the best feeling ever and is an excellent distraction from the heartache.
Also, go online and search for any upcoming events or shows happening in your city.. there is an app called Meetup ****

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5 months ago

Exercise and learning about a new topic you've always wanted to learn about.

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5 months ago

Focus on close friendships and plan events together. Getting out of the house and away from work/computer/Netflix does wonders for keeping yourself mentally and physically active. It’s important to reflect on what worked and didn’t work in the relationship to avoid falling back into the same pattern. This is an important step for self-development as well as seeking out the right partner going forward. It’s healthy to work through the pain while giving yourself some time to just enjoy life.

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5 months ago

Spend time with your important relationships (family and friends) but more importantly do all the things that you love and make you smile and feel joy and love in your heart....and get a massage.

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5 months ago

Stay busy..

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5 months ago

Not get over it miss her every min

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5 months ago

Pick up a hobby which you always wanted to do.
And go for it.
Dont spend much time alone, because empty mind will bring her/his memory back.

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5 months ago

Travel, learn about you. Learn how to grow on your own.

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5 months ago

Get out and have some sex.

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5 months ago

Bury your emotions deep inside and resolve to respect yourself more. Busyness didn't do anything for me. I couldn't occupy myself if I tried. But you realize life is more at some point and you don't want to give someone extra power to hurt you

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5 months ago

Take the time to reconnect with yourself.. Do things that you like to do, or you "used" to like to do that you might have put off because of your previous relationship. Start making time for "Erin"..Write a list of what you used to do that really made you happy.. Go back to school, paint, etc...

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5 months ago

Love yourself. Treat yourself to things you like. Find your enjoyment of life. Go to your favorite restaurant. Take yourself on a trip you've wanted to go on. Whatever you like. But whatever it is, make sure you tell yourself you do it because you love yourself.

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5 months ago

Keep yourself busy with a project

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5 months ago

Stay strong and move on! Don't go back to an ex- they seem to change and get back together things will be fine for a few month's and be the something repeated. And Don't look for love IT DOES COME TO YOU BUT YOU MUST HAVE AN OPEN MIND!

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5 months ago

Don’t listen to sappy songs about heartbreak.

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5 months ago

Break is misswritten

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5 months ago

Let yourself cry and feel each emotion when it comes

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5 months ago

i try to find someone else that't the best way you will forget with easy trust me 😁

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5 months ago

Do something creative to keep yourself busy. It's time to do you and take care of yourself.

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5 months ago

Communication

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5 months ago

Once its completely over, take a mental look back from the brick wall you built in front of yourself. Brick wall meaning denying something or hiding something. When you realize its time for a change you will know to figure out yourself better and take the time to get a mani pedi or go shoot a gun at the range lol

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5 months ago

First let yourself grieve. Take no more than a week to cry and feel crummy. After that it’s time to better you. Hey your hair or nails done. Go tanning. Start working out. Taking hurt and anger out on something positive and healthy is the best. It’s not going to be easy. You WILL come out of this a better person and will be healthy mind body and soul and ready when the next guy shows up. Keep your head up! You got this!

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5 months ago

Start a workout program, actually anything to better yourself, get your hair done,vshoppi g, etc, build cofidence

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5 months ago

Go see some friends. Spend as much time with others as possible.

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5 months ago

Go one day at a time. Don't try to rush and push a happy life if it doesn't feel natural. Being sad and crying helps to heal, if it stays bottled in then the pain just lingers longer. Try to think of positive things you got out of this relationship and what you learned about yourself. Slowly but surely that pain will ease to the point where it goes away and next thing you know you're in a new relationship or you enjoy being single but without any past pain.

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5 months ago

Realize life sucks and hurts and that’s okay, but it doesn’t have to define everything you do. It’s okay to acknowledge sadness, but it shouldn’t get in the way of moving forward with other aspects of your life.

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5 months ago

A run

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5 months ago

Lots of wine and chocolate

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5 months ago

Go ahead. Do a hairmakeover and spend some alonetime. But not to much. Do what is good for you. Go outside and meet friends. Anything that gives you a good feeling. Have fun. :)

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5 months ago

Try to keep busy and go do fun things with friends . Don’t spend to much time alone.

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