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When we build our lives with someone we care for and trust and then all of a sudden it is all gone, this can leave us with anger and sorrow. If you are going through heartbreak and you want to heal, now is the time to take a step back and look at your life. We all fall down at some point in our lives, but it is how we get up to move on that defines us.

Spend some time to do what you love most that makes you happy, whatever it is, be around your friends and surround yourself with happy people.

Write what you feel down because it is a powerful release called “catharsis” as you clear your mind through expression. Do not be afraid to grieve; grief is just a step along the way to recovery and it is normal to feel sad and get upset.

Remove everything that reminds you of the person who broke your heart from your everyday life to temporarily forget how they caused your heartbreak. Remove any pictures or any references of the person and if you have a journal in which you wrote about that person, start a new one which is symbolic of a new beginning.

Exercise because physical activity can improve your mood through raising the amount of serotonin in the brain that acts like a natural antidepressant. Eat right; a diet rich in vegetables, fruits, whole grains and lean protein, but it is ok to eat milkshakes and ice cream from now and then (we all do that).

Exercise and eating right will not only make you look good but feel good as well. Try not to be in the same place with the person as possible; avoid the situation where you could run into each other.


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