How To Recover From Relationship Meltdown After Your Breakup

getting over a breakupMelting down means experiencing exhaustion, the motivation dwindles, a loss of interest in something you were once completely engaged in. These meltdowns are usually associated with working environments, but can extend into relationships as well.

Who ever said we need to be with someone forever. Our candlesticks burn at different speeds, such as attitudes and ambitions, and if there’s no longer a common ground of compatibility. Why then bother with the pain or the boredom of clinging on to a love.

At work, melting down will usually occur once you …

Is It The Anger And The Suffering Why You Won’t Let Your Ex Go

to get over angerThis is engrained into your mindset, an angst which keeps you isolated, this rage, the turmoil that you feel long after you’ve separated from your partner. Since you feel this betrayal by someone that you’ve once loved, relied on their trust, now you feel afraid.

You’re frightened because of your uncertainty. As the years, then at times the decades roll by, you still remain reluctant to let go. You resist moving forward, not because you don’t want to detach yourself from that person, but because you choose to suffer.

But …

Why You Need To Mend A Broken Heart Before The Love Can Return

there's always tommorowOnce a relationship ends the sunshine goes. Things look bleak. So you want to mend a broken heart and move on to better things, progress. It can and does happen to everyone, those who dare to expose their soul to someone, to love, to develop a relationship.

That amazing heart pounding feeling of being, suddenly empties once it ends, spiraling into a dark hole, it halts to a stop. Our once loved one leaves us, we leave, regardless, we’re left with just the fragments, the bad memories, collecting the pieces …