So, I posted this past Wednesday about why I’ve been a little more absent on here than normal. You can check out that post here. So, I thought that I would go on and see if my tips could help those of you coping with a break-up as well.

I would say one of the hardest aspects of a break-up is the routine change. You and your significant other have a particular routine whether it’s facetiming every night at 9 pm or staying over at each other house every weekend. You feel a sense of grief at the loss of this relationship, partnership, etc. You or your SO ended a relationship and now you are a slightly and or completely different person than you were two years ago when you both started this relationship. If you ended the relationship you’re still allowed to grieve over it. You possibly spent a good chunk of life with this person. Maybe, there were plans to get married and have children. Something you or you SO lost those feelings or that connection. Maybe you saw this whole thing coming and you held on tightly only to still end up without that one person.

You or your SO ended a relationship and now you are a slightly and or completely different person than you were two years ago when you both started this relationship. If you ended the relationship you’re still allowed to grieve over it. You possibly spent a good chunk of life with this person. Maybe, there were plans to get married and have children. At some point, you or you SO lost those feelings or that connection. Maybe you saw this whole thing coming and you held on tightly only to still end up without that one person. Maybe, your SO blindsided you with a ‘we need to talk text’.

I can guarantee one thing. You will move on. This doesn’t last forever. You will find someone who fits you (The here and now you) almost if not perfectly. You will continue to grow without this person. You could find someone who can help you grow more. Maybe, you were more mature than your now ex. Fate may be placing someone in your life next year who will teach you and encourage you to grow in ways you never thought possible.

If you’re in an abusive relationship you need to leave it asap. A man or woman that abuses you verbally, physically or emotionally is not worth your time, love or anything. If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence please go to https://www.domesticshelters.org/. If you are experiencing domestic violence and are in immediate danger, please call 911. If you are not in immediate danger and would like to speak with someone, please call a local hotline which you can find by calling the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233. If you can donate please do so at https://www.domesticshelters.org/fundraisers#.WbBKgch96M8 

*Please note: I wrote in the domestic violence portion of this in case it can help someone. I have not experienced domestic violence but I want to make sure this information is available for others.*

Anyways, that’s all there is to it. Thanks for reading. I hope you gained some sense of enlightenment from me sharing this! If you want, you can follow me on Snapchat: @caralynn97. Also, please be sure to follow me on TwitterInstagramTumblrPinterest, and Facebook. If you would like, you can share this on your social media accounts! Did you see my last post?

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