I’m going to forewarn you right now, I am probably the worst person on the planet to give anyone advice about how to deal with heartbreak. This is a subject I’m going to have to research and find out what the “experts” say because for me, well my readers, I feel everything, and I do mean EVERYTHING. I am so one of those pathetic women in romantic comedies crying in the airplane toilet with her foot somehow stuck in the commode who’s just been dumped by her husband of 14 years via a text, and now he’s blocked your number.
So, here I am, somewhere 800 miles away from her children, blocked from her family, with a foot stuck in an airplane commode filling with blue dye, sobbing wondering all of the sudden where did my life turn so heinously wrong, when at that very second, I get another text from my boss saying the flights been canceled, the companies going bankrupt, and I should start looking for another job starting Monday.
If for any reason, readers, you think any of this is remotely fiction, don’t get me started on the background of health problems that I’ve “learned” to deal with.
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My life is frequently nothing but heartache, so I should be an expert at it by now, so I will tell you some things I have learned on the bumpy road before I turn to the experts.
- Things will always get worse, and things will always get better, accept the way things are at the moment
- You can depend on absolutely no one in life absolutely accept for yourself, so you better like yourself
- Music always can make anything feel better or worse, it is the best mood setter.
- On the very bad, suicidal/homicidal days, run or walk until you can’t move another inch.
- No matter what he or she says, they really only care about themselves.
- That ache, the one in the pit of your stomach that feels like it’s going to rip you in two, that hurts worse than childbirth, that you want to rip out with claws…it doesn’t go away. Don’t listen to people who says it does. It just doesn’t come around so much after a while.
- Invest in expensive red lipstick, coverup, Estee Lauder maximum cover and overall base that blot/blends perfectly. Just because you haven’t slept and you do nothing but cry around the clock, you should never look like it.
- Whatever it takes, erase, block, hide, give to a friend to hold, but do not, I repeat do not call your ex for at least the first two weeks less kids are involved and then only to speak with the children.
- Invest in boxes of Kleenex. I promise for no particular reason, you will be sitting at a red light, and all of the sudden, you break out sobbing, and two minutes later, you stop and are fine. During this time, YOU ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR EMOTIONS
Those are my words of wisdom let’s see how I compare with the experts off the internet.
- Give yourself time, lots of ups and downs, live in the moment. Check www.getrelationshipsright.com
- Give yourself space from your ex. Check
- Don’t fight your feelings, don’t try to hide them, it’s ok to express them. https://psychcentral.com
- Exercise – Keeping yourself healthy is one of the hardest things to maintain, yet one of the most important. The endorphins going through your body with instantly make you feel better. Check
- Seek Help – This is something I have had to do recently. In the past, I have always been able to handle the daily grind, but sometimes we need help, and it’s ok to get it.
- Create – find a creative outlet. For me, it has been writing. I’d be lost without my daily writing. https://thoughtcatalog.com
- Find comfort in Music – listening to sad songs when you are sad is a way of having the artist empathize with the way you are feeling and thus feeling less alone.
- Keep yourself Busy- this is very hard for me to do. Sure, I write, but I have become a bit of a recluse, I need to learn how to introduce myself to society.
- Try to think positive thoughts – I completely blame the T.V. show Dexter for making me think of my cooking knife set or what I fondly call my “Kill Kit” as a happy thought.
- Focus on You – Check – My ex keeps complaining to me, it’s always about me. Well yeah, in my life it is about me. In his life, it can be about him. During a breakup, the most important thing you can do is take care of you and love yourself.