How Breakups Feel When It Was Meant To End

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Whenever someone breaks off a relationship, there is always that lingering question: “Did I do the right thing?” Breaking up is a big decision. When you’re still together, even if things are really bad, you still feel hope of salvaging things. And nobody will judge you for trying to salvage things (for the most part). But once you break up, should you decide later you want to try again, you know you’ll feel a little ashamed. So when you finally call it quits, you really want to be sure it’s the right thing. The way you feel in the days immediately following the breakup will tell you a lot about whether or not you made the right decision. Even if the days before the breakup were emotionally draining and felt like a never-ending hell, you could be amazed at how your entire disposition can change just 12 hours after ending a bad relationship. Here is how a breakup feels when it was meant to end.

 

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You feel newly driven

You suddenly have a head full of steam regarding your career. All of these ideas come rushing to the surface of your mind about how you can get your business more exposure, how you can get that promotion, how to finally finish that book you’ve been working on, or whatever it is you need to do to keep striving towards your goals. These ideas have been hiding, because bad relationships stifle creativity.

 

 

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