Making the decision to take a break in your relationship is important and good. But what do you do on your relationship break? Do you date other people, or stay faithful to a guy you may never get back together with? These ideas and tips… Read More »5 Ways to Get Healthy When You’re on a Relationship Break
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How do you break up with a disabled boyfriend? You don’t want to hurt him – just like you wouldn’t want to hurt a man who is able-bodied. These tips are inspired by a reader whose boyfriend is in a wheelchair. She loves him, but… Read More »How Do You Break Up With a Guy Who Has a Disability?
This breakup advice is a refreshing change from my usual Blossom Tips for women! A divorced dad left this advice on one of my articles about wives cheating. He shared what helped him heal after his marriage ended; in this article I share the best of his breakup tips for guys.
Feeling numb after the death of someone you love is a natural, healthy part of the grieving process. The shock protects you from the cliff of insanity and helps you cope with daily life. But what if you feel like you’ll never feel normal again? These ideas for healing emotional numbness will help you through the grieving process.
When a relationship ends – especially after a man unexpectedly leaves – how do you stop feeling sorry for yourself? You don’t want to struggle with self-pity for months or even years after a breakup…and yet you can’t change your feelings.
Even when you know deep down you should break up with your boyfriend, you sometimes feel confused, sad, and even afraid. Here’s how to know if you and your boyfriend should break up. You’ll also find tips for coping with the pain of letting him… Read More »Should You Break Up With Him?
How do you distance yourself or detach emotionally from someone you love, but have to let go of? Learn how a healthy emotional detachment can help you heal when a relationship breaks down. You won’t always struggle with these painful feelings. Your heart will heal, and you will recover your true self. Emotionally detaching from someone you love – but can’t be with – is the first step to healing.
Work, money, relationships, and daily hassles are common sources of stress — but a breakup is the worst stressor of all. How do you stay positive after a stressful breakup when you feel anxious, sad, lonely and tired?