How To Get Over Someone I Love

April 11, 2009

If you want to know “how to get over someone I love”, you must realize that none of the answers are easy ones. No matter how ready you might think you are to move on and get over that person, that you have to ask how to do it at all shows that it’s going to be a painful process. Sometimes it’s a slow process, too. You might think you’re over someone and a year or two later be reminded of that person and feel all the pain and sadness again. That doesn’t mean you’re not over the person, though.

If you’ve had a lot emotionally invested into a relationship and it ends, it’s something that will hurt for a while. But that doesn’t mean the sadness has to be paralyzing or has to throw you into a depression. By getting over the person, you can realize that losing them made you sad, and look back on it as you would any sad loss. Each day will get a little easier as you adjust to your new life. Surround yourself with your friends and re-connect with old ones that you may have not had time to spend with during your ex-relationship.

If the break-up is new, often the only way to deal with it is just to face the pain and ride it out. It’s going to hurt, but there are some things you can do to lessen the pain. You can remove obvious visual reminders of the person, if possible. Get rid of photographs and gifts they gave you. Cleanse your surroundings and maybe even give yourself a new start by working out more or getting a new hair style. You can even avoid the places you used to go together for a while. Those things have helped me over a break-up or two.

If you’re really having trouble living your life after the break-up, it might be necessary to seek counseling. Simply explain that you’ve just been through a painful break-up and ask the counselor how to get over someone you love. They can offer helpful advice, and can be more specific then generic advice about how to get over someone you love.

Your friends and family might feel they know your situation too well. Be careful when taking advice from friends or family. They may have different motives for telling you to move on and forget about that person. For example, even if he was a great guy, they may not have liked him for some silly reason. With a counselor, though, you can safely tell them things about the relationship that you don’t want friends or family to know.


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Nicky "The Heart-Mender" is a writer who Blogs about ways to get your ex back, steps for getting back together with your girlfriend or boyfriend, how to fix heartbreak, getting over a break up and how to prevent divorce. She received the pen-name "The Heart-Mender" because while some people are "heart-breakers", Nicky does the exact opposite and helps mend broken hearts and fix damaged relationships.

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