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Dealing with a Breakup

Tagged: divorce, loss, love, relationships,

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Love is one of the most powerful emotions a person can experience. Over time, a certain person can make you feel whole and complete, which is why a breakup can be devastating, especially if it comes out of the blue. Even if you have had doubts about your relationship, breakups are not meant to be easy, which is why we are here to advise you and offer guidance. Regardless of who initiated the breakup, at the beginning stages, you may feel lost, angry and broken. Your partner has been a part of your life for a long time and training your heart not to love them or your brain to not call them is not as easy as it sounds. So, how do you recover from a breakup? The first step Get rid of everything. Any clothes, memories or gifts need to be thrown away or donated. Why? As soon as you start to make progress and move on, you open a drawer and what’s there? Memories. Try not to put yourself in this position. In order to move on and look towards the future, it’s essential that you stop reminding yourself of the past. Don’t torment yourself by convincing yourself texting them will be a great idea. Delete their number and any stop other way they can contact you. Obviously, if you have children with this person, the best thing to do is to only contact them when necessary. Time is a healer This may be the last thing you want to hear as when you first break up with someone, you want the pain you are feeling to stop sooner rather than later! However, the saying is true and the reason is because you learn to cope. You realise you can live without them and you learn to love, trust and rely on yourself again. Be true to yourself It’s natural to feel some sort of guilt if you initiated the breakup but you need to remember your needs come first. If you are unsure how to breakup, or how act after breaking up with your partner, call Psychic Light for sympathetic advice. Be fair If you initiated the breakup, do not lead your ex on as it may end up hurting both of you in the long run. It’s natural to miss their company, as they were a big part of your life, but continuing to meet up with them after the breakup will send mixed signals, especially if you act as though you are still a couple. The best thing to do, is give each other time to move on, and who knows, in the future you may be friends again. Everybody handles breakups differently; Psychic Light are here to assist you in becoming a better you again. All conversations are confidential, so do not hesitate confining in our qualified psychics – their advice and abilities will help you choose the right path to follow. Remember, there is light at the end of the tunnel.

Posted: 15/06/2016

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