When you’re dealing with a relationship break-up, it can feel like the world has ended and there is no future. I’m here to tell you, that’s not true.
There’s so much generic advice out there about how to survive a relationship break-up, that I want to finally put an end to the debate. I’ve helped couples date, fall in love, and even marry, but I’m also all too familiar with the darker side of dating, when people break up and feel they no longer want to be together. As much as I would like dating to be all about fun and games, this is a serious issue that needs to be addressed.
The most important thing to remember is that this is not the end of the world. I know, everything was magic. You and your partner were going to conquer the world together. You were building attraction and learning all about each other, and now the journey is over. Well here are some things to remember:
A lot of couples get back together or enter into less formal yet equally romantic relationships. You need to value yourself and tell yourself that this is the journey of life and that you are going to find the right match. Just because you breakup now does not mean that you will never get back together again. I have all sorts of articles on how to get your ex back, so if you really think breaking up was a mistake, read through them.
Second, you need to fill your day with something new. You cannot sit at home in the dark and brood about the breakup. The best way to survive a relationship breakup is to remember that the beat goes on, whether you like it or not. Tomorrow will come, so why not enjoy it instead of making it torture?
Go jet skiing or hang gliding! Try out a new game or go to the gym. There are thousands of activities that can fill your day, and new experiences that do not require a girlfriend or boyfriend to do. Part of surviving a breakup is saying to yourself, “I’m better than what the other person thought. They are missing out on me.”
If reinventing yourself doesn’t work, and if taking your mind off the pain doesn’t work, then I suggest you be honest with yourself and try to repair things with your boyfriend or girlfriend. It’s possible and it’s a lot easier than you might think,
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