The painful pain of heart break? Let yourself feel, firstly. Heart break is a terrible, painful feeling that shakes you deep to the core but it’s important to know that you’re not alone (cliché as it sounds, but most people experience it at some point in their lives.) Accept the feelings you have about the situation and breathe them, write about it, talk about it, mull over what happened. Cry. Being frustrated, angry and sad is part of the healing process, so it’s okay to have these feelings. Give yourself time to accept the situation. Let it out. If you find it necessary, cut off communication with the person whilst you’re dealing with these feelings. Make a list of the qualities you look for in a relationship, and the pros and cons of your previous relationship. Chances are you’ll notice things in the person that you found you were tolerating. Make a list about your future goals and what you want from your life. Find happiness and contentment within other areas of your life. Spend time with friends and families. Absorb yourself in your hobbies and things that you enjoy doing. Look after yourself, and during this time, do what makes you happy. I just want you to know that for a while you may feel as if you wont be able to make it through the day or the week, but with time you wont have to remind yourself to breathe and to wake up every day. You’ll grow as a person from this. Each day your heart can become whole again, and one of these days you’ll think about the person and maybe even smile about the experience. You’ll love again, I promise. You’ll meet someone who will love and cherish you and never leave you. Someone who you can love and it can be reciprocated and your heart will be thumping with happiness again.
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