Dealing With Breakup Pain Waves

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Breakup pain comes in waves because the more we push it away and ignore it the worse it becomes. We will experience painful emotions such as anger, anxiety, fear, sadness, confusion, self-pity, depression and then we hope that we can get through it all and move on. But that rarely happens.

Breakup Pain Waves

Most of us know what it feels like to be in a difficult situation that is having an impact on our personal and professional lives. It is a feeling of uncertainty and fear. We can feel the turmoil in our body and in our head. We wonder how we will survive and how we are going to get through this. We get upset and angry and we cannot take it anymore.

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The waves of pain may seem endless at times but it will eventually subside. But not until we find a way to deal with all of these conflicting feelings. We have to learn to separate the emotions that are upsetting us from the pain. It is this pain that must be dealt with and we have to do this before we can truly move on with our lives.

Now the next part of dealing with the pain is to figure out a way to deal with the emotions that are lingering get ex back. These can range from feelings of fear and uncertainty to feelings of anger and loss of control. All of these emotions can pile up and make it difficult to function properly in our lives. If we let them drag on for too long we could eventually give up altogether. That’s why it is important to take action as soon as the waves of pain begin to settle in.

Once we have come to terms with the breakup pain it is time to begin working through the emotional side of things. It is important to remember that this will take time and effort. It is better to spend this time building a support group of close family and friends who you can talk to and learn from, than it is to waste time and energy feeling sorry for yourself over the breakup.

At some point, we have to face our fears and deal with them head-on. You should always have an open mind about what you may have done or said to cause this pain to come. Once you have been honest with yourself about your actions or words, you can begin to move forward from there.

Pain is never easy to deal with, but it does come with the knowledge that we are not responsible for it. We have to learn to be willing to let go of the past and move forward. With enough time and patience, it is possible to heal from this experience.