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From YourTango 

It can be downright challenging to get over your past relationships. Experiencing a bad relationship, breakup, or losing the one youlove can be overwhelmingly painful. We know how you feel.

The simple truth is this — you entered into a relationship with another person expecting it to last. But all acts of love are, we are afraid to say, not everlasting.

Before you can engage in a new loving relationship, there are some simple truths that will help you make an easier transition toward new love.

Here are the five steps to help you let go of past relationships:

1. Analyze What You Can Do Differently In Your Next Relationship
Ending a relationship almost always has both individuals blaming each other. However, if you’re truthful with yourself, there are things you could’ve done differently that would have made the relationship better. If you spend time thinking about your actions and reactions in the context of your failed relationship, you can begin processing what you could do differently in your next relationship that will add to the chances that your next one will last for a lifetime.

2. Understand You Cannot Find Love On The Rebound
Don’t be in a hurry to find your next love. Doing so will only lead to disaster and disillusionment. Be patient. If you think you have already found the next love of your life when you are still on the rebound, be especially careful and take the time to match his actions and words. To help you figure out if he is really the right one for you before it is too late take the quiz in How to Marry the Right Guy.

3. Keep Thoughts Of Your Past Relationships Off Your Mind
Now that you’ve analyzed what you can do differently, stop thinking about your past relationships. We know, that isn’t as easy as it sounds. But, it’s important to take that step and let go of your negative, longing, or wistful thoughts about your past relationships. Whenever you begin thinking about one of your past relationships, take a deep breath and begin thinking about your favorite song, place, book, or movie. Think about anything that will get our mind off your past relationship.

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