How To Avoid “Breaking Down” after Breaking Up
Breaking up with a significant other, no matter how long you’ve been together, is always a difficult, trying experience, emotionally, psychologically, and spiritually. The period right after the break-up, especially the first few days, is always the hardest, simply because it feels like you’ve lost an essential part of yourself.
You’re going to look for the smell of your loved one, or the way that they looked in the morning, or the way that they kissed you goodnight. Yes, the pain is real, and the pain is devastating.
There are many reasons why people break up. Lack of affection, loss of emotional connection, a lack of interest in continuing the relationship… the list is practically endless!
However, all break ups have one thing in common: it is a very difficult time for at least one of the parties involved, and if you’re the one having difficulties after a break up, there might be times when you just feel the need to break down and give up.
It is a long, hard road that you must face in order to pick up the pieces of yourself after a break up, but being able to tap into your own spiritual strength will help you come through this trying time, and yes, come out the other side as a stronger and wiser person.
The most important thing that you need to do is to sleep. Yes, it’s very difficult to do during the first few days, especially if you and your former Significant Other used to share a home together. However, sleeping is your body’s way of healing itself on all levels: physically, psychologically, and mentally.
You will also feel the positive effects of a good night’s sleep on a spiritual level when you wake up the next morning. The effects of the break up might still be fresh and painful, but the promise of a new morning can, and does, bring about a level of healing, whether or not you can feel it immediately.
It is important to note that sleeping well means you don’t do it with the help of drugs or alcohol. If you are having trouble sleeping, you can try using a natural, spiritual means to help soothe your troubled emotions and mind, such as meditation, burning incense, or going for a spiritual healing session.
Taking care of your spiritual self means that you should also take care of your physical self. There can be no healthy spiritual body without a healthy physical body. Most people often use food and/or liquor as a way to deal with the emotional pain of a break up.
It’s not bad to go for a drink with your buddies after a break up, or curl up in front of the television and binge on ice cream. It’s human, and natural. However, you should not do it on a regular basis.
To eat well means taking in a lot of good nourishment such as fresh vegetables and fruits, and drinking plenty of water. When you take in a lot of food that is packed with nutrients, you will start feeling livelier and more energetic.
Surround Yourself with Love
A break up is painful because you have to wake up each morning knowing that you lost a person, and a part of your life, that you deeply loved. So, the best way to fill the void that was once filled with love, is to fill it with love once more.
Surround yourself with friends and family; in short, people who love you. Yes, it’s a different kind of love, but the kind of love that pours out of your friends and family is the kind of love that is strong, and can weather any obstacle.
Get Advice from a Spiritual Medium
One of the best ways to find yourself and your way during this trying time is to get advice from a spiritual medium.
A spiritual medium is a person who is able to read your energies, as well as take into account your emotions and your personality, to be able to guide you towards the best path you can take.
Imagine that this time in your life is a maze, and that to be able to get through the maze, you need to find the right path.
You need to avoid the dead ends, the pitfalls, and getting lost.
A spiritual medium, someone who is outside of your maze, can help guide you towards the right paths to take, but of course, taking the right path in the end is still up to you.
Forgive, and Let Go
At the end of your journey towards self-healing, it is important for you to forgive.
Forgive your ex for leaving you, and forgive yourself for the relationship ending. There will be negative emotions swirling around you, and you need to let them go in order to move on.
The aftermath of a breakup is always difficult, and sometimes, you need to be able to talk to an objective person. Getting advice from a psychic medium, especially one that you trust and feel comfortable with, can help you greatly on the road to self-healing.
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