Stop pining over what was and decide what will be
Dwelling on the past won’t help you get over a broken relationship. Move forward with the goal of finding something new and better, you’ll be a lot happier…
Every one of us has had bad things happen. We’ve all experienced pain, suffering, and negative events. How we deal with these experiences is the key to moving on and living happily and productively. The best way to deal with bad things that happen in everyday living is to have coping skills set in place. Having coping mechanisms is the best way in getting over a broken relationship.
Coping skills (or strategies) are how we deal with life’s setbacks, negative experiences, and other problems. Successful coping strategies are those that help us deal with bad events so that these events don’t drag us down or cause long term trauma. Good coping strategies help us quickly bounce back from life’s negative experiences. Getting over a broken relationship is no different from getting over other bad experiences. Developing good coping mechanisms are a requirement for getting over an ex, or anything else that may cause us grief. Following is a list of coping strategies we all should have in place in our lives.
Have family and friends that you can reach out to. Have someone that you can be honest with about what you are experiencing. Having a support system in place so that you have someone to be around and speak about things going on in your life helps in healing a broken heart faster, and is just healthier all the way around. It’s always nice to have someone you can vent your feelings to, who will just listen and let you whine. They may get bored with it, but you will feel better just simply by letting it all out. Have a good cry if you need to, and then move on.
2. Using Your Time Wisely:
You will find that without an important relationship, you suddenly have more free time. The tip is to make sure your free time is used wisely. Don’t spend it pining away on the couch crying over your ex, sitting in front of the TV eating buckets of ice cream or some other comfort food. Get out and do something that you enjoy. Develop a hobby, donate your time, or start working out at the gym. Try to find ways to be more social, which will help take your mind off of your sadness. One of my best coping strategies is reading. Reading focuses my mind elsewhere, and finding ways to channel your energy is the best way to forget your broken relationship.
3. Be Mindful:
Become aware to how you are thinking. Stop unhealthy thoughts and behaviors in their tracks, before they cause you unneeded stress. Are you letting the break up cause you more stress than is warranted? Are you letting negative thoughts take control and overtake your life? Find ways to renew your energy, well-being, and create positive thinking. Mindfulness can help; it keeps your mind and thoughts occupied with positive energy. Mindfulness is used in meditation, so it’s not surprising that using it as a coping skill can help you to remain calm and relaxed.
Use these tips to improve upon your coping skills. You will get over a break up faster, and you will be better and stronger for it. Whether it’s getting over a broken relationship, or coping with everyday tragedies and troubles that happen to all of us, having coping skills in place will improve the quality of your life in any situation, and is the best thing you can do for overall happiness and strength.
But she’s the one…
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What tips will you be taking from this to help you through your broken relationship?