Are you becoming drained and depressed because of the break-up with your ex? Maybe your daily life feels miserable and you’re in a rut that you don’t know how to get out of.
It’s very normal to feel sad and depressed after a break-up. That goes with the territory and the time period can be different for each individual. But, if these feelings have been with you for an extended period of time, they may be an indication you need to make changes in your life.
Valuable lessons can be learned from all experiences – even those from a break-up. Sometimes in the worst struggles we find our greatest strength. Break-ups hurt. The reality is, continuously drowning in depression and reliving the relationship and the break-up wastes so many precious moments of your life. Life is short and it’s better to move on to a new chapter for your well-being.
If you broke up there are reasons for the break-up. It may not be your fault and the relationship may have even been good. But, for whatever reason the relationship ended and why would you want to be back in a relationship with the potential to end again? Wouldn’t it be better to look into the future and see yourself in a relationship that has the potential to last forever?
Embrace the lessons you learned while in the relationship and through the break-up. Learn more about yourself, your needs and wants and what type of relationship you want in the future.
Begin to think of yourself as a survivor and not a victim of circumstance. Place value on life and live it to the fullest!