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10 Tips To Help You Find Love After An Heartbreak

Heartbreak is an experience that comes with intense emotional distress. Just as how you go through heartbreaks you also go through the healing process although we know that it is not always easy.
10 Tips To Help You Find Love After An Heartbreak

Once you have gone through a heartbreak, it is never advisable to jump right straight into another relationship, rather take the time you need to heal, find closure and with time you would eventually find love again. If you have gone through heartbreak or you are going through a heartbreak and you are eager to find love again we have put together a few tips that would help make the process easy.
Read also: 10 Steps To Avoid Heartbreak
Allow yourself to feel
Allow yourself to feel, let your emotions overwhelm you. Don’t try to suppress them with drugs or anything else. It is natural to grieve after any loss. Even if you avoid the pain initially, eventually you have to face it to heal. By giving yourself time to grieve, you’ll find it easier to obtain the closure you seek and move on with your life.
Take time to heal
Give yourself time to heal. You have gone through something really hurtful, therefore you have the right to heal and healing is a process that takes time. Don’t just jump into another relationship without going through a healing process.

Practice forgiveness
Holding on to any grudges or resentment for your former partner will only prevent you from moving on with your life. Offer yourself a pardon by being willing to let go of the past and forgive your ex for any way you feel you were wronged. Forgive yourself for any mistakes you may have made in the relationship. Hold yourself in a state of compassion, and be willing to learn from the past so you can make better choices in the future.

Throw away the mementos
It is tough to get rid of old love letters, photos, and other mementos, but choosing to keep them only encourages you to hang on to the past. Consider taking down the old photos and keeping the mementos out of sight in a keepsake box or other non-visible location.
Maintain your self-worth
Don’t settle for less, know how to maintain your self-worth. Yes, you have just gone through a heartbreak, now take the time and focus on yourself first, put yourself first and take care of your health before giving it out the someone else.
Have fun
Having fun will take your mind off the heartbreak that you have just gone through. So have some fun with friends and family you deserve to.

Go out on dates
While you are going through your healing process, take the time to enjoy dates like picnics, hiking, dinner with friends, etc. Going out will help increase your mental and physical health.
Don’t set standards using your ex as a parameter
Most people set standards using their ex as a reference, this is one thing you should avoid doing. Don’t use the person who contributed to your heartbreak as a standard for your next relationship. If you must up your game, go for someone totally different from your ex.
Read books and listen to podcasts
Knowing that others have gone through similar experiences and come out on the other side can help you feel less alone. Reading a book or listening to a podcast about your particular loss can also provide you with validation and be a supportive way for you to process your emotions.
Seek therapy if need be
It is important to talk about your feelings with others. This is easier said than done, and it is totally normal to need some extra help. If you find out that your grief is too much to bear on your own, a mental health professional can help you work through painful emotions. See a therapist.

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