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Monday, 7 August 2017


unhappy lady
“We’d been dating for over a year and had been friends for 5 years. When Jeff wanted to end the relationship, he couldn’t even face me. He just stopped talking to me. I felt helpless. The disappointment was overwhelming. I kept asking myself, ‘What did I do wrong?’ ” – Rachael.

   I’m very sure we know what a break up is all about, what it entails, and all. We know how hurting it can be to a partner. You likely might have experienced the pain of a break up, or might have seen another girl suffering it. It could cause serious agony to one. Some girls even find it hard to love again once heartbroken (too sad). Some girls can even think of killing their selves! Wow! You can imagine how it feels sometimes when the guy you love breaks your heart.
   A break up can crush your joyful disposition and replace it with tearful despair. Consider Jeff and Rachael, who dated for over a year already. Over that period, Rachael’s emotional bond to Jeff grew. Every day, Jeff had sent her messages with expressions of endearment. He made her feel special. But all of a sudden Jeff cut off the relationship! Rachael was so devastated. She went through the motions of daily life, but she felt numb with shock. She became mentally and physically exhausted.
   If you’ve been in a situation similar to that of Rachael, you might have wondered, ‘Will I ever be able to move on?”. Your distress is understandable. Love is as powerful as Death. So, breaking up may be one of the most traumatic experiences you’ve ever had to endure.
You may have heard the saying, “Time heals all wounds”. When you first break up, those words might ring hollow. That’s because time is only part of the solution. To illustrate: A cut on your skin will definitely heal in time, but it hurts now. You need to stop the bleeding and soothe the pain. You also need to prevent it from becoming infected. The same is time with an emotional wound! Right now it hurts, but there are steps you can take to lessen the pain and keep yourself from becoming infected with bitterness.

Time will do its part, but how can you do yours? Here is how you can play your own part to move on:
    1.    Allow yourself to grieve. There’s nothing wrong with having a good cry. Shedding tears doesn’t mean you’re weak, but it can way to shed the hurt from your heart.

    2.    Take care of your physical health: physical exercise and nutrition will help replenish the energy lost as a result of the emotional toll of the breakup.

    3.    Keep busy: Don’t stop doing the things that interest you also. Stop isolating yourself. Associate yourself with those who still truly care about you, this will give you something positive on who and what to focus on.

    4.    Look ahead and learn from the break up. If it was your mistake that lead to the breakup, be sure never to make such mistake again.   

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      Read also: 20 secrets for a healthy relationship

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