Battling A Bad Breakup? Try NOT To Do Any Of These Things…

January 22, 2012  |  
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DO NOT: Shut People Out

After our heart has been broken, the natural reaction for some folks is to curl up in the fetal position, play Sade, turn out the lights and close your self off to the world. Don’t do it. Lean on friends and family to help you get over him. I’ve cried my eyes out for weeks with my besties, plotted his death and laughed while throwing darts at his pictures and ripping up all his love letters. Okay, so you may not need to have a “Waiting to Exhale” party, but you get my drift. Get out to the movies with friends, allow them to take you out for drinks, and be sociable. I know you may not feel like it, but being around positive people can help cut the grieving process in half. If you can’t be your own best friend right now, don’t be afraid to lean on your girls and ask for help. You’ll realize one day sooner than you know it…you’re over him.


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