For women only – How to heal a broken heart

Every woman who has gone through relationships somehow felt the pain of a heartbreak. It’s really a big pain but you will have to get over it. Some people use a diversion like to shop, to eat, and even to attend auctions. You can start bidding at deal dash but before you do so, read this Dealdash reviewed.

 

What is it about the heart? 

What is it about the heart that when the heart is broken it leads to distress, grief, anxiety, troubles, and depression. It makes you sick. She says “My heart is broken” but come to think of it the heart is within the chest. So how did it get broken?

But she is not talking about this heart in the chest. She’s talking about the core that is the center of emotions. So when the heart is diseased, who’s going to heal it? Ask yourself a very important question, is it the end of the world? No it is not. When one relationship ends, it’s a perfect time to introspect and give time for yourself.

If you are trying to give him a second chance, that’s nice but before you do so, you will need to reevaluate if he is worth giving a second chance.

Here are some Truths to help you heal and mend your broken heart

1. You are always going to get over the guy. Is this your first romance and big heartache? If it is, remember you are going to survive. If not, remember you have survived pass broken relationships.

2. You are not in love with him! Face it. You are in love with how he made you feel. You are not in love with him. Yeah, he has that great smile, big beautiful eyes, great muscles, and etc… You imagined a great future with him but hey stop there. These are not the things that you fell in love it. You actually fell in love with the feeling that came with the package.

3. You being dumped, makes him feel better. The machismo effect. You don’t want to give him that benefit so dry those tears, put your chin up and show him you can move on.

4. You don’t have a broken heart. You have grief to get over it. Ending a relationship is like a death in the family. You’ll get over it. It may take some time to get back to your normal feet, but you will. There are other things in life that’s worth living.