How to Get Over a Break Up
Getting over a break up is a tough feat. However, billions of people have been through the exact same thing and lived through it, so it is possible.
Dealing with a break up.
Many people deal with break ups in a variety of ways. Some believe it's best to get right back on the saddle, while others disagree and wait a short (or long) period before getting back into the game.
The main considerations are your comfort level, how serious the relationship was and how bad was the break up. Of course, if you are reading this article you must be having a hard time and still hold a broken heart - no matter how serious the relationship was.
Just remember, you will survive.
Keeping your cool in time of crisis is 90% of the battle. If you can keep calm, everything will be OK - and if not, call a good friend and tell him or her all about it. They will understand. The more days that pass the easier it will get, so no crazy stuff, comprende?
Mending a broken heart.
After a week or so you may start to feel better about your previous break up. This does not mean you should jump into another relationship right away, especially a serious one. Take your time. You have all the time in the world to feel better, and just because you meet a nice guy/girl does not mean you should go ahead with it. Your emotions may still be unstable and the first person you meet may get undeserved love.
Coping with the first three days of a break up are the hardest of all. However, the road to recovery is short and beneficial to our being. Without a broken heart, we may never know what we really want or really need. Surviving is the key, but after the survival of this terrible ordeal we find peace and someone better.