Is break up recovery possible? Can you survive a broken heart? I would have to say yes. Why? Because everyone has experienced a broken heart at least one time in their life, and if they didn’t learn how to cope with the heartache, this would be a severely under populated world. Especially if they all ended up like Romeo and Juliet.
Is There Life After A Breakup?
Yeah, there is life, but it isn’t very much fun, at first. Just like someone recovering from surgery, you are in the healing stages, and there is plenty of pain. Your attitude will be your best pain killer. By focusing on the positive instead of the negative, your break up recovery will be a lot smoother.
This means you are your own doctor, and your heartbreak will heal at the rate you allow it to, no faster, or slower. Remember, the rate of your break up recovery depends totally on your attitude, and how you choose to cope with the breakup.
Will Getting My Ex Back Help Me to Survive A Broken Heart?
This is the first mistake people make after a bad break up. They think that getting back together with their ex will solve all their problems. But, problems do not solve themselves, and they don’t create themselves either. Most of the time, we do. And if we can create our own problems, we can fix them too.
When you depend on someone else to give you happiness, you are not helping yourself. You are not loving yourself. You can’t heal a broken heart by breaking it again, and most of the time when people rush to get back together, they end up breaking up again, and making the heartache even worse.
Plus, these repeated breakups could cause irreparable damage to the remaining, yet fragile, love bond that may still exist between you and your ex. Why risk that? Know when it’s time to walk away, and have the courage to do it. Using the no contact rule is the safest, and fastest way to get through your break up recovery, and survive a broken heart.
How to Use The No Contact Rule During Your Break Up Recovery
The common misconception about using the no contact rule is that you use it to make your ex miss you, and then they want you back again. This is only one possible outcome, and just a tiny fraction of the power of the no contact rule. If this is all you’re looking for, you are on the path to another broken heart. So what is the best way to use the no contact rule?
Use this time after your break up to bury the old failed relationship you had with your ex boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, or wife. This is NOT about making them miss you, that will happen on it’s own. This is about putting the past behind you, and evolving past the breakup.
You have to get your life back as a single person, and be happy on your own before you will ever be ready for another relationship…with anyone, including your ex. You can survive a broken heart if you use your break up recovery time wisely.
The universe never closes one door without opening another one. Don’t waste your time trying to get back through the closed door. Don’t focus all your thoughts on getting your ex back, it’s time to move forward. Use the no contact rule to prepare yourself to walk through that “new” door when it presents itself.
Who Am I and Why Should You Listen to Me?
My name is S. Williams, and I have been helping people since 2008 to overcome break up pain, and get their lives back. I even have an “About” section that I recommend you read. I know the name of my site is: How to Get Your Ex Back Fast, but I teach people how to get their lives back, not their ex’s.
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