How To Handle A Heart Break

Finding out that the person you have shared your life with for the past few months have broken your heart into a million little pieces can be frustrating. A big part of you will probably grieve for a long time. You will feel sorry for yourself for trusting someone who has done nothing but to hurt you in so many ways. Instead of feeling self-pity, the right thing to do is to fight for your right and be the best version of yourself. As much as possible, promise yourself that you will handle your heartbreak in the best way possible.




In this article, we are going to show you some of the tips and tricks on how to move on from a recent heartbreak. Before anything else, you have to remind yourself that you can do whatever you set your mind to do. As such, you need to find a way to believe that you can heal a broken heart no matter what it takes. Here are some of the things to keep in mind:

In many instances in life, other people will not do what we want, and we will disturb ourselves if we demand that they do so. — Walter J. Matweychuk Ph.D.

Stop Lying To Yourself


One of the things that you must do right away is to accept the reality that you have already parted ways with your ex-lover. Keep in mind that the earlier you accept the situation, the faster it would be on your part to move on. Remember that there is no sure or easy way to get over a break-up. However, you must be smart enough to do the right methods. As such, make sure that acceptance is part of your strategy in moving on. Accept the reality that you will never get back with your former lover.




Take Care of Yourself


Now is the time of your life when you have to take good care of yourself. As much as possible, find a way to find out the things that make you happy. Stop wasting your energy in crying and feeling sorry for yourself. Instead, be brave enough to prioritize your self above anything or anyone else. Do not be afraid to get a makeover. Go cut your hair and spend your days doing physical activities. Keep in mind that exercising can help you feel better about yourself. At the same time, it can also keep you away from any forms of illness.

The key to unlocking satisfaction is our ability to connect with other people. — Andrew Archer, LCSW

Try New Things


Never be afraid to go out of your comfort zone and do something that you have always wanted to do since the beginning of time. Think of the activities that you failed to accomplish because your ex did not support you. Now is the time to find a new passion and invest your attention to doing it. The process may not be easy, but it is going to be worth it. If you are afraid to do things on your own, do not worry because you can always seek the assistance or help of a friend. Be smart enough to know when is the right time to call on a friend.



We wind up maintaining relationships that prove unsatisfying and growth-inhibiting. We settle for less than we deserve and less than we want. — Joshua Nash, LPC-S

Getting your heart broken is a struggle, but you can survive it all.