I remember when I first had to deal with my breakup, I thought that it was going to be a lot harder than it really was. I was surprised by how well I was handling it – however, it didn’t stay that way. The healing process is a rollercoaster, and soon after my initial reaction it became much, much harder. Perhaps everything was easier when my memory was still fresh from the breakup, but with more time that goes by it’s almost like it’s getting more and more difficult.
In this blog post, we continue on our journey through break-up topics, covering what happens post-breakup. It’s not all just grief, but other logistical things too – is it really the end? Should you get back together? What about staying friends with his family?
Healing processes after break ups never go the way you plan them in your head. Before I left for my European holiday, I put expectations on myself for where I would be in my healing journey. Of course, the break up process is never that straightforward. It’s like a rollercoaster ride going up and down, and we can’t plan when we will suddenly be “okay” or “over it”, or put a deadline on our healing process.
Dealing with a breakup is never easy, and there’s no point in sitting here and trying to tell you otherwise – but it’s worth exploring the best and most loving ways to deal with your pain.
Let’s be honest. Rejection is never fun, but for most people it hurts more than for others. That’s why fear of being rejected hold so many fabulous women back from putting themselves out there or being open and vulnerable when dating. When you learn to reframe each rejection, things will shift massively and your soulmate manifestation process will be sped up, because you will learn to surrender and trust the Universe for the best possible outcome. Learning to reframe rejection will not only make the biggest difference in your dating and love life, but in your life in general.
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