Survey says women get over depression after breakups or fights sooner than men. Completely wrong! In fact women take longer to deal with this phase than their bitter halves. Experts have quoted various ways of dealing with this kind of stress for women. So how do you really manage to get over your past? Read further for details
Soon after a breakup, women usually look for articles to mend their hearts. A very bad first move. Quit looking for random articles which may be adulterated. Reading excessive advices might pile on to more stress to you. Instead go visit websites that you trust and have been reading for a while now. Only they can provide you with a real and apt advice to recover.
Stop regretting the decision you made mutually or individually. Unplanned decisions are always proved to be correct. So don’t rethink over an alternative to get rid of a heart ache. Face the reality and try to move on.
Give yourself space
Start doing things that you haven’t done in ages. Read books, listen to music, paint, etc. Do everything that makes you happy. Eat enough and sleep a lot. All this will definitely help you in getting over the breakup.
Accept the reality. Don’t deny the obvious. The sooner you accept the faster you will move on. Only you can help yourself in this situation. If you deny drinking in your sorrows, they can never be possibly cured.
Stop crying on every small thing that reminds you of your past. The more you cry the more you disrupt your beauty. This might even lessen the chances of meeting your real prince charming. Smile on it!
You have got to step out of your room and meet your buddies. They are the ones who will help you in recovering the most. Attending parties will help you in meeting new people and changing your mood.
Stick positive quotes around you. Bring in positivity to your room. In order to do this, you can even make decorate a wall in your bedroom. This will help you in starting a new life altogether.
Get rid of all the memories of your past. Burn them or dump them. But make sure you throw them out of your sight as soon as possible.
Prutha Bhosle is peppy yet shy, urbane yet uncouth, ambitious yet indecisive, feminist yet equalist writer of WSL. She is a true fashion lover and keeps her eye on all the updated trends & city lifestyle.