Relationship Advice Breaking Up How to Get Over Heartbreak
We’re going to be talking about relationships today and relationships that actually didn’t work out the way you might have wanted them to. This is how to get over heartbreak. My name is Joe Cuenco, I’m with family resources. What’s the best way to get over heartbreak? Well, heartbreak implies a much longer term relationship and much deeper implications then just the relationship breakup. It means that your heart and your soul were engaged and you’ve got a deep rooted longing and loss for your soul. But, you really need to deal with two issues, the basic issues, you need to deal with your pride and with the void in your life because you’ve really been hurt down deep into your soul. You’re really going.
To need to asses who you are as an individual, take stock of the basic qualities that you have, basically the way you behave. Maybe there’s some voids in your personal life, what you contribute to a relationship that really are the vacuum, one of the reasons why your relationship didn’t work out. So, you really need to work on strengthening those skills, building from there, building an inventory of skills that you could possibly learn at a workshop or with marriage education counseling. It really gets to the point to where you are comfortable as an individual, that you are a full contributer to relationship. But, the other thing that you need to deal with is the void in your life, the love that you used.
To have. I would reach out to family and friends and those who are supportive of you. Spend time with them, have them engage in different activities with you. Get out of the house, get out there and network. Get away from perhaps the apartment where you guys used to live or the common things that you used to do, do something different. It really is a different view point to get out of those different habits. So, grieve the right amount of time, move on and do the right things. Join clubs, associations, spend time in theater, volunteering in the community, doing something positive you’ll feel better about yourself. You want to feel good and confident. Then, once you feel good and confident about yourself then you’ll be.
In a better position to contribute to that next relationship and that’s all about how you move on and deal with heartbreak. I’m Joe Cuenco with family resources, relationships for life.
Relationship Advice Breaking Up How to Get Over a Breakup
We’re talking today about relationships and moving on; in particular, how to get over a breakup. Hi, I’m Joe Cuenco, with Family Resources. Just what is the best way to get over a breakup? You really need to deal with two issues, your pride and a void in your life. The void from being with somebody, and what you’ve got with that individuals. You really need to take an inventory of who you are as an individual, your strengths, your weaknesses, because there may be some things that you really are missing in your character, your personality, or your life that really contributed to the breakup or the, to the demise of the relationship. And once you are comfortable with yourself as an individual,.
And make sure that you’ve got all those voids com covered then you’re in a much better position to reengage and find somebody else, so the inventory is is important. Dealing with a void in in time is another thing. I would suggest that you spend time with friends, family, other relationships that will be supportive of you and kind of help you get through some of the time that you used to spend with your particular significant other. Grieving is important, but at a certain point in time it’s time to move on. You know, realistically; it’s time to for you to assess who you are, get through this void, get through this challenge, and then move on, rebuild yourself as an individual who’s ready to contribute to another relationship.
I would suggest that you join clubs, associations, sports teams. Get out, network, get yourself out there, volunteer in the community. Contribute; make yourself feel better. And therefore, if you feel better about yourself, then you’re going to be in a much more positive position and role to engage somebody else in a friendship and also a relationship; otherwise, that next step won’t happen soon. So, be positive, you know, look at where you have some weaknesses, build from there, and also be happy with yourself. And that’s the way to deal with a breakup. I’m Joe Cuenco, with Family Resources, Relationships for Life.