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How to fix a broken heart | Guy Winch

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I am an experienced dating coach who has been helping singles find love for over a decade. Thousands of my clients have fallen in love, gotten married, started families, and found happiness – after only a few months of consulting with me. In 2013, I decided to up a blog, which began to serve as a one-stop shop for anyone trying to understand relationship dynamics. My approach to dealing with hundreds of challenging and controversial questions, is handling them with a combination of logic, experience and empathy
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Reflect on what happened and why it happened. Take a step back and process the heart break. It helps you understand the underlying reason, you might realize that he/she was not the right person. It helps you understand your flaws, weakness and refocus on things that matter the most.

Accept the heartbreak, then move on. It's a process, it doesn't just happen overnight
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Don’t repress your feelings unless you really feel that you’ve cried enough and are really over that person.Until then, feel whatever emotion comes to you. Remember, this heartbreak is just a phase that will sooner or later lessen over time. Give time the time to heal this wound and have faith and patience with it.
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I have gone through 3+ breakups of relationships that lasted anywhere from 9 months to 3 years. Each time, I swore it was the worst breakup I'd been through. Each time, I learned a little more about myself, what I like, what I don't like, and how to get through heartbreak.

All of which is to say that while I'm not""good"" at breakups (no one really is), I'm much better skilled at getting through them than I was for my first.

Your experience will vary depending on how bad the breakup was, how emotionally intimate you were, and how long you were together.
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Don't avoid it, accept the fact and deal with it, you can't change the past. Cry as much as you can but once you done crying stop crying for the same reason it's like laughing hard for same joke again and again.
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Initial days are bit difficult especially nights when we remember the chats and calls, let them pass silently
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The best way to deal with heart break is to understand that your heart is unbreakable. It is not made of glass that can be broken by anyone at their own sweet will. You feel bad because you believe that you should feel bad when your beloved discards you. You consider it your failure and feel defeated and humiliated when you face a broken relationship. You forget that your feelings are the product of your own thoughts, a creation of your own figment of imagination.
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The best way to deal with heart break is to understand that your heart is unbreakable. It is not made of glass that can be broken by anyone at their own sweet will. You feel bad because you believe that you should feel bad when your beloved discards you. You consider it your failure and feel defeated and humiliated when you face a broken relationship. You forget that your feelings are the product of your own thoughts, a creation of your own figment of imagination.
William Shakespeare said it wisely,"There is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so."
Your heart breaks because you think that heart can be broken.
Your heart won’t break, if you can think that heart can’t be broken.
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Accepting does not mean being a loser, nor does it mean submission. Accepting means — becoming strong enough to respect the true meaning of love. That’s what is the best way to deal with heartbreaks and breakups.
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If you’re dealing with a heartbreak right now, I am sorry to hear that. I understand that it is never easy. So they say that, eventually, a person who has had too many heartbreaks will get used to it eventually. However, if you’ve loved enough, you’ll know that it will hurt.
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Some say to guard your heart and always have that option sailing in your head of the possibility that you might not end up together. These are some of the conceptions that people have about heartbreak, but it is always not the same. People have their own individuals experiences with heartbreak and no book can equate to what you are feeling right now.
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Cut off all the negative and toxic people they will make situation more worse
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There are stages of grief, also known as DABDA, or the five stages of grief as described by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross. This describes the cycle people go through consequent of a death (or loss). And these are the following: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.
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Well, unfortunately there is no secret formula to overcome heartbreak. Not even the best zen masters in the world can patch that up at all! It is an experience to be felt. It can be agonizing in all ways possible. Be it mind body and spirit all blackened and turned inside out. But it is a human experience and you need to be strong.
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you just move on
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