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  1. You ask this question because it still hurts and hurts you after the breakup. Surely you have many pleasant memories of him and somewhere deep in your soul there is a glimmer of hope for a wonderful reunion. But you're right – everything has already happened, the breakup has happened, and you need to learn to live on. To stop thinking about your ex, you need to:

    1. Talk it out. Find someone who will listen to you and support you. If you don't want to share your feelings with anyone around you, the best way is to see a psychologist.

    2. Get rid of your anger. Agree, you remember not only the good, but also the bad – how he acted with you, perhaps deceived, how indifferently behaves after parting. You can't influence his emotions – you need to work on your own.

    3. Write down your thoughts. This is an excellent method that is used in psychological practice very often. Write down all your thoughts about your ex on a piece of paper and burn it. Believe me, it will make you feel better.

    4. Be honest with yourself. Remember how you felt around the person, what led to the breakup, how often they offended you, etc. Surely, upon closer examination, everything will not be so rosy.

    5. Keep contact and communication with them to a minimum. Block him in all social networks, do not follow his life. Now you are complete strangers.

    It's not so easy to forget the person you felt for. You need to work on yourself and your emotions to let go of the situation and move on.

  2. Well, of course, the first time you will think about it. Loss is usually characterized by such stages as denial, then sad thoughts about it, anger, acceptance and indifference, when it is no longer useful to be sad and sorry about it. It all depends on what kind of relationship you were in. If there was a partner's disrespect for you, which could manifest itself as drinking alcohol, beatings, insults, frequent quarrels, unwillingness to give in, then why keep him near you? Let him go his way. If he has met someone else or she has met someone else, then this is more difficult. This hurts your self-esteem more. Well, the same thing must be experienced that I wrote above. At first, let yourself grieve, then try to get distracted by something else. Knit, embroider, read psychology. Do everything possible to forget the person.

  3. Being busy with business, work, and sports helps a lot-both mentally and physically) Just do not leave yourself time to think. Friends, small children (even strangers), nature help to return to this life. If one job is not enough, you can find a second one) Over the years, the time of suffering is reduced. Just because you've been through it before and you know you're going to go through it again, and you kind of love yourself. And you need to love yourself more than someone else's dude)

  4. Self-development, self-employment, sports, books, other hobbies, hobbies. There are a bunch of ways. You can discover yourself in something else, make new acquaintances, try yourself in new areas. Stop feeling sad and smile more often 🙂

  5. You need to find a passion or set a goal. For example, go to school. It helps a lot, by the way. Immerse yourself in your studies. 140 characters…………

  6. Sublimation. Perhaps this is the best way to get out of this state. Find an interesting job or hobby. Something that you can “get into with your head”. And so that you don't even have time to think about the bad things.

  7. Elementary. Find a new loved one. In the common people – Ebyrya. There is no other more efficient and 100% way. Believe me, it has been checked repeatedly.

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