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A broken heart is tough to handle. We keep wondering how to deal with a break up, and here's a post that will help us understand how best we can do this.
A broken heart is tough to handle. We keep wondering how to deal with a break up, and here’s a post that will help us understand how best we can do this.
Ok, he’s shown you the door and you haven’t come to terms with it yet. A dozen tissue boxes and endless phone calls (to your best friend) later, you still find the dark, murky hangover clouds looming wherever you go. It was just yesterday when he told you that he no longer felt the same way about you. Think about it; was it really yesterday or a month ago?
The sound of the snapping chord haunts us for days to come, yet most of us ignore a simple fact that life is made up of several chords and the one that snapped was not strong enough to play the right notes. In other words, post break up, all of us seem to mull over the tragedy and drag ourselves down the drains of depression, while simultaneously convincing ourselves that a silver lining is just on its way. Let me burst your bubble; no silver lining will fall into your lap. You are the change and you need to take a firm step ahead to get rid of the hangover.
How? Read the below listed points to understand better.
Remember, life is a beautiful journey, but with lots of bad roads and flat tyres. Just fix it and keep moving.
This post was previously published at the author’s blog.
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