Healing from the emotional, mental, and physical shock of breaking up is difficult even if your relationship was troubled and you suspected it was ending. But, the shock of a sudden breakup hits even harder.
Are you dreading your birthday? Maybe you broke up with someone you love and you’re wondering how to survive the heartache. Having a happy birthday after a breakup seems impossible….but what if you can be happier on your birthday?
These five “core needs” will help you get through a breakup — even if you’ve been sad and miserable for months. You may already have done the most important thing, which is to simply say “I need help getting through this breakup.” Admitting that you need help, you need something different or better to help you through a breakup, is called the first step for a reason.
Leaving home is a huge life transition for anyone; helping a teen age out of foster care is particularly problematic! My tips on how to help a teenager move out of foster care are inspired by a question I received from Christina Dronen, a foster parent and teen advocate.
These practical, effective tips for finding freedom after a breakup will help you get over an ex-boyfriend or ex-husband. Breaking free - especially from a toxic ex relationship that is destroying your self-identity - doesn’t have to take months or years.
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A broken relationship is one of life’s most painful experiences. Whether it’s a breakup, divorce or death – losing someone you love breaks your heart. Your first and most natural reaction might be to ask God to restore your relationship, especially if the breakup or separation was unexpected.
Sometimes you are your own worst enemy after a breakup – such as when you allow negative thoughts to control your mood and mind. These tips… Read More »7 Easy Ways to Stop Negative Thinking After a Breakup
How do you live alone after being half of a couple for so long? These tips for getting out of the “couples mindset” will encourage… Read More »Getting Out of the “Couples Mindset” After a Breakup
How do you accept a breakup that blindsided you? Even if you suspected your relationship was ending, you wanted to keep it alive. You were… Read More »Accepting the End of a Relationship You Want to Keep
After a breakup - or any type of relationship loss - you don’t just miss the person’s presence. You miss the feeling of having that relationship in your life. You miss the emotional stability, physical security, and familiarity of knowing your boyfriend or best friend was there.
The end of a relationship is never easy – even when you expected to break up. It hurts to say goodbye; it takes time to recreate… Read More »How to Recreate Yourself After a Relationship Ends
When your ex boyfriend unfollows or unfriends you on Facebook, you feel the pain of breaking up all over again. These tips on coping when… Read More »What to Do When Your Ex Boyfriend Unfriends You on Facebook
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Learn why relationship closure is important – but not necessary for healing your heart. These 8 ways to heal when a relationship ends without a… Read More »How to Heal Your Heart Without Relationship Closure
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