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Virtual Relaunch: Day 5, How to Get Over a Bad Breakup


On November 23, 2020 Nowprmagazine.com shared a video about how to get over a bad breakup. What a time, because so many people were breaking up during the pandemic. It was insane.


Before I married my daughters father I was single for years after a terrible breakup. I would have said welcome to the club! Since then I matured and look back on those days with a smile. Breakups are like a rite of passage in life, and let's face it, they suck. But fear not, my friend, because I'm here to give you some decent advice on how to get over that heartbreak and move on with your fabulous life.


Let's start with the classic breakup ritual: binge-watching sad movies while drowning your sorrows in a tub of ice cream. Because nothing says "I'm over it" like crying over fictional characters and consuming enough sugar to give yourself a stomach ache. Trust me, it's a foolproof plan.


Getting over a bad breakup is never easy. It is a painful and challenging process that can leave us feeling lost, hurt, and confused. However, it is important to remember that healing from a breakup is possible, and with time and effort, we can move on and find happiness again.


One step in getting over a bad breakup is to allow yourself to feel your emotions. It is normal to feel sad, angry, and even numb after a breakup. It is important to acknowledge and process these emotions in order to begin the healing process. Ignoring or suppressing your feelings will only prolong the pain and make it harder to move on.


Another important aspect of getting over a bad breakup is to take care of yourself. This means practicing self-care, such as eating well, exercising, getting enough sleep, and engaging in activities that bring you joy. It is also important to surround yourself with supportive friends and family who can provide comfort and encouragement during this difficult time.


It is also important to reflect on the relationship and the breakup in order to gain closure and move forward. This may involve examining what went wrong in the relationship, what you have learned from the experience, and what you can do differently in future relationships.


It is intelligent to take responsibility for your own actions and emotions, and to let go of any blame or resentment towards your ex-partner.

In addition, it is important to set boundaries with your ex-partner in order to protect yourself and facilitate the healing process.


This may involve limiting contact with your ex, unfollowing them on social media, and avoiding places where you are likely to run into them. It is important to prioritize your own well-being and to focus on your own healing.


Be gentle and compassionate with yourself as you navigate through the pain and sadness. It is important to remember that it is okay to grieve the loss of the relationship, and that it is a natural part of the healing process.


Remember that you are strong and resilient, and that you deserve to be happy and loved. Stay assertive in your healing journey and know that you will emerge stronger and wiser from this experience.


Unleash your inner petty side. Post some cryptic messages on social media, unfollow your ex, and maybe even throw in a few passive-aggressive tweets for good measure. Because nothing says "I'm totally fine" like publicly airing your grievances for all to see. Just joking. 🤣🤣🤣


Now, it's time to focus on yourself. Treat yourself to a spa day, buy yourself something nice, or even take up a new hobby. Because who needs a significant other when you have self-care and retail therapy, am I right?


Finally, surround yourself with your squad. Your friends are there to lift you up, make you laugh, and remind you that you are a badass who deserves better. So grab your besties, hit the town, and show that ex what they're missing.


Getting over a bad breakup is never easy, but with self-care, and support from your friends, you'll be back on your feet in no time. So chin up, buttercup, because the best revenge is living well. And who knows, maybe your next breakup will be with someone who actually deserves you.


It is a painful and challenging process that can leave us feeling lost, hurt, and confused. However, it is important to remember that healing from a breakup is possible, and with time and effort, we can move on and find happiness again.


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