Breakups are never easy, even if you and your ex-boyfriend parted as friends. There will always be that lingering doubt as to whether or not you have made the right decision to call it quits and whether or not the situation would have turned out the way they did if you did things differently while you were still in the relationship.

If ordinary breakups are never easy, imagine how difficult traumatic breakups are. They are not always as exaggerated as the movies show them, but they definitely hurt nonetheless. We women deal with it in our own way, but crying ourselves to sleep, shutting ourselves in our apartment, feeling depressed and uninterested in anything, and believing that life as we knew it just ended are only some of the common reactions we may experience as we go through a traumatic breakup. Sometimes, we may even feel that life is not worth living anymore and we just want it to end.

If you are going through the aftermath of a traumatic breakup right now and you feel like you don't want to go through life anymore, hang on for a bit and think things through. You can still get on with your life even if your ex dumped you in a really bad way. Things will never be the same again, but you can emerge out of this crisis a much stronger woman.

The first thing you need to do to get over the heartache is to find support from your family and friends. Let the love and caring that they have for you wash over you and heal you. They will not help you forget the pain, but they can at least distract you and keep you from thinking about the breakup. Hang out with them and try to have fun.

Second, get rid of the things in your life that remind you of him. Did he give you a dress because he liked seeing you wearing it? Give it away, donate it or sell it to a secondhand shop. If you cannot bear to part with a few things, like love letters and Christmas cards, keep them away somewhere in your apartment where it will not be easy for you to find them. If your home itself reminds you of him, go ahead and move to a new home if you can afford to.

Third, keep busy. If you have nothing to do after coming home from work, then take up a hobby or anything that will keep you from being idle. Go hit the gym or attend a yoga class so the workouts will make you tired enough to keep from thinking of him before you go to bed. Learn new skills that will prove useful to you. Work on improving yourself.

Lastly, take your time before heading back full swing into the dating scene. Falling in love on a rebound, especially after a traumatic breakup, is never a good idea. You will end up being unfair to your new boyfriend, not to mention to yourself, because you have not given yourself the time to heal and have something whole to offer your new love.

A traumatic breakup is never an easy thing. But that does not mean that it is already the end of the world. You can live through it by surrounding yourself with people who love you, by keeping yourself distracted, and by letting yourself heal your broken heart.

Turn to "GOD" Almighty, he'll never let you down or leave you out in the cold when others will. "GOD" has to be the center and the true souce of power for you bottomline. You have to wake up spiritually and mentally and you have to trust in "GOD" totally. Its never easy but people do it everyday, every week, every month, and every year. Relationships and heartache are no joke, absolutely no joke whatsoever. But millions of people rebound and bounce back stronger than ever from bad breakups. You can't give up on life and never on yourself and "GOD"s abilitity to heal you and your situation bottomline!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! TO "GOD BE THE GLORY!!! (THA CHILL ONE)


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