One of the most devastating things you have to go through in your adult life is to survive a breakup. Rarely do we go through life unscathed with love problems. If and when the time comes you have to face a breakup, here are some things you can do in moving on from breakup.
While these things are not foolproof way to survive a heartache, these would help you survive the daily challenge of living through it. No one is really immune from having a bad breakup (is there a good breakup?), but with the help of friends and family, as well as yourself, you can manage to come up on top.
Moving on from breakup: Unfollow him from your social media
There’s a huge chance that you will stalk your ex to no end after a breakup. That’s a fact of life and there’s no one mature enough to stop herself from checking her ex’s Facebook or Instagram feeds. What you can do as a way of moving on from breakup is to unfollow him from all your social media networks.
If you don’t, you’ll end up spending all day stalking his activities through social media. If one day, he decides to date another girl again, you’ll just cry endlessly on your pillow again. Continuing to interact with him and his life won’t be good for your process.
Go to a gym and sweat it out
All those pent-up emotions have to go somewhere. You cannot drunk text him all the time. Apply for a gym membership and sweat it out there every day. You’ll feel good kickboxing and running on the treadmill to release all those emotions you have been pushing down.
And hey, you’ll look good afterwards, so this is a win-win situation, okay?
Allow yourself to be sad
From time to time, you’ll feel sad upon remembering him and your memories together. You don’t always have to push your emotions out of the way. You’re allowed to be sad, to cry, and to finish a full tub of ice cream.
Being sad is part of the process of moving on from breakup. Allow yourself to be sad every once in a while.
After a breakup and your inner hoe is released pic.twitter.com/MAM2ciOdVL
— Jessica Vanessa (@_JessiVanessa) December 30, 2016