Since human beings are blessed with the ability to touch, express, understand, act, are also blessed with one more thing ‘feelings’ that sometimes turn into little cursed things.Us human beings inevitably experience a heartbreak once in a lifetime which often changes our perspective and changes us as a person, which is definitely okay. Whether you are dumped or the dumpee, everyone will assure you that soon you will start to feel better but inside you think that they won’t understand the anguish mental state you are going through.
There is so much to move on with in the beginning be it your partner’s habits, family, and your old self. So we cry, and we pray and we beg that it will all go away. And it can at least start to get better with the help of these rather unconventional breakup cures.
Don’t beg for another chance
Breakups are always hard for both the partners but getting over it does not involve pleading for a do-over. There should be clarity about whether you miss your ex or the idea of having a partner. Because it certainly gets difficult to suddenly not being in touch with a person you have had spent so much time with. But once you guys are over, begging the other one is never a good idea.
- Give your phone a little break
You are often urged to call or text the person after the breakup, so you are always looking into your phone screen waiting for a text or a call or making one by yourself. So, in such a case we advise you to keep your phones aside and do not make any impulsive call or text.
- Don’t date (or marry)! The next person you meet.
Breakups often come with a feeling of revenge and anger, and in order to move on you generally, get in a new relationship or at least you start your research! After a painful breakup, being single for a while is the best way to ensure that your next relationship is not impulsive, haphazard, and doomed for a repeat breakup. So, please don’t rush and do not plan your wedding just yet 😛
- Don’t kiss and tellGuys, take it easy when it’s about bitching about your ex with your best friends. That’s not the right move for getting over a breakup.it’s not polite, attractive, or productive. “It drags you down into the mud when what you need is to rise above.” Even though you’re hurting, try to be the bigger person by staying silent about your ex. The exception to the rule? You can, of course, confide in your close friends and family.
- Don’t stalk him or her on social media
Unfollow your ex from all forms of social media, and perhaps some of his or her family members and friends as well. Unfriending, or at least hiding, your ex online can help you avoid the constant temptation to check in and see if your ex is living a life more miserable—or more awesome—than yours.
We understand breakups are not easy but we definitely know it’s not the end of the world. You guys are stronger than you think. Life gives you turns and twists take this one to be one of the same. Have a better perception of life, and staying single has its own benefits, you’ll know them soon!