Most of us have to cope with being dumped at some point in life. It's certainly happened to me. And over the years, I have seen dozens of clients in my consulting room at a time when they were struggling to deal with heartbreak at the end of a relationship. Frequently, they looked absolutely anguished and shocked — and as if they'd just been in a major car accident. It's no exaggeration to say that heartbreak is probably the worst pain in the world. No wonder so very many individuals feel that they will never get over it.
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You thought things were going great, and then seemingly out of nowhere your partner breaks it off, leaving you alone with an aching heart. Finding closure after an unexpected breakup can be incredibly challenging, but here are 10 tips to help you move on after getting dumped. Studies have shown that the brain copes with rejection similarly to the way it processes physical pain. Rather than taking this approach, allow yourself to feel the emotions in their entirety, whatever they may be. It is natural to grieve after any loss.
This too shall pass. Even though you feel like the world as you know it has ended, it's not the case. You're gonna get through this. Queue up The Sweetest Thing and eat some ice cream. Let yourself cry it out for a few.
I haven't been dumped myself in the strictest sense seeing as I have never had a girlfriend; I have been rejected innumerable times. In time they more than likely will realize their folly in which case instead of wasting your time on them you've moved onward and upward to better things-things they were not good enough to be there with you for. It was wasn't it-I astound myself sometimes :P But my overall sentiment is to not dwell on these things; focus on the positives; I've wasted too much of my life on "revenge" and the like; all it does is eat you up inside.