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What is the best way to get over heart-break?

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      Anne E wrote Apr 27, 2011
    • This is tough heartbreak Time will be the biggest healer, but I think the biggest difficulty is allowing yourself to be vulnerable to heartbreak and hurt again.  Try to surround yourself with people who make you feel good about yourself.  Be extra kind to yourself, maybe read some good advice books about breaking up.  It’s okay and probably necessary to allow yourself time to hurt, but don’t let it drag on too long or you risk it becoming your new way of life. This is coinciding with the haircut that you don’t really like; be sure to wear makeup and nice clothes. Don’t believe that you are anything less than beautiful as we can see that you are both inside and out.heart




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      Kmarie wrote Apr 27, 2011
    • Take time to pamper and love yourself, focus on doing what is best for you, the things you but have not had time to tend too. Also engage in creative projects, seek some type of hands on relaxation two to four times a month, whether it is a mani/pedi or a facial, various spa treatments. Also exercise. any form of it whatever you enjoy. at least two or three times per week. Take vitamins b-12 and b-9 or folic acid if you begin to fill down.




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      Angelcart wrote Apr 27, 2011
    • Alcohol!  LOL.....just kidding.  I like Annie’s answer a lot.  Staying busy helps keep your mind off of him and on other things.  Best of luck to you.heart




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      Tstreets wrote Apr 27, 2011
    • To help with pain for me..well ahh..I didn’t necessarly have to be attacted to the man, but a kiss and thats all, just a kiss and a little attention felt so goodm, nothing else though. Also, a dance class that was male and female was a blast.  Just a good friend to do it with you or find one that is singles as well as couples.




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      Carine Nadel wrote Apr 27, 2011
    • love Anne’s answer.  when my son went through it so bad we took him to a crisis group (he was 20 and it was his 1st love and she was a real skank).  They said:  cut off any and all contact.  no returning stuff (toss it), no looking at pictures, letters,etc (give it to a friend/relative who will hold it until you ARE over him), no phone calls, e-mails, texts-just cut it all off.  It lasts longer the more contact you have.
      ask yourself-if it was right, why am I feeling so bad?




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      Denise Richardson wrote Apr 27, 2011
    • With all that has been said prayer needs to be #1 with all the rest.




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      Cheekymonkey wrote Apr 27, 2011
    • heart first I believe give yourself 24 to 48 hours to cry, drink ect
      Then pick yourself up and it’s hard, get dressed and get busy!!! I also believe you need to stay busy and in a bit do something completely new... A class, a hobby anything that is completely new.
      Love yourself.




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      Cathie Beck wrote Apr 30, 2011
    • Recovery from a heart break is a process. Mourning is expected at first and then it’s time to move on. Keep busy and be adventurous in something new. Take extra good care of yourself and count blessings. Life is tough enough, but we all have blessings to count. Always count the blessings!  

      Cathie




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