How does one get over a breakup fast?
I thought that if I could just get that answer that I would be able to crack the case. Then I could get over this terrible feeling I had in me.
Looking back at my breakup season, I somehow remembered that it wasn’t that long.
I distinctly remember the period of the breakup where I was depressed, angry, and lonely.
Then my memories show me jumping back into the dating scene, dating multiple guys as once. I was totally living out this “Sex and the City” sort of lifestyle.
Don’t get me wrong. I’m sure that THE REBOUND SEASON was due to me actually NOT getting over my breakup. I mean, it had only been a year. But make no mistake, I was certainly not crawled up in my bed, stalking my ex anymore.
So if my memory served me correctly, I got over my break up within the first six months. That is until I found my old breakup diary.
And the pages don’t lie. That book had dated well over 100 days of me gushing over my ex. I penned how absolutely miserable I was since we broke up. Sure enough, all those wild club days, and crazy interactions with rebound men were all written in there as well. Yet, there I was, still angry and cussing my ex out long after six months.
I guess getting over that breakup wasn’t so fast.
Now that I’m married with kids, and my life has been completely transformed, I want to look back. I want to ask the question, “Is there such a way to actually get over a breakup fast?”
Sure, when I was actually going through my own breakup experience, I made a TON of mistakes. Like, a TON. Is there anything here that can be salvaged? For the sake of someone like you who is now reading this? And who does NOT want to endure the painful season??
What’s a girl gotta do to get over a breakup fast? Let me go ahead and break this down for you! In this video, I tell you the truth about what you can do to get over a breakup FAST! Click below to enjoy this video!
I just want to go ahead and be completely honest with you.
There is no formula, logic, algorithm as to how fast you can get over a breakup.
I used to, back in the day, go by the tip from “Sex and the City” where Charlotte said it’s going to take half of the amount of the relationship to fully get over your ex or your break up. If I dated someone for two and a half years, I thought FOR SURE by a year and a quarter would be over this guy… Mmmmm, doesn’t really work, Okay?
I don’t want to go ahead and tell you that there is a fast way, but there are some things that you might want to consider to help you move along and kind of SPEED UP the process of how you can get over your breakup and into that new season.
Really analyze why the break-up happened in the first place. How exactly do you analyze a breakup? I’m glad you asked that question! I have this resource for you called “The Break-Up Breakdown” and is literally a workbook that you can do, that you can download today that will help you ask these detailed questions you might not have thought about during the breakup and about your ex. It’s going to help you draw the conclusion of why this breakup happened in the first place.
Once you start to understand why this happened you can be able to say, “Okay, because this is WHY it happened, I’m in a position to say,
a) I deserve better and so my standards are going to be raised,
b) I was not valued or treated right the way I should have been so, therefore, it’s going to be easier for me to look for something better, and…
c) what I have in the future is going to be better for me because that is God’s will and if you trust God with your love life, and if you trust that He has His best for you, then knowing that truth and standing on that truth should help you move this process along a little bit faster.
Listen, sister, I’ve been through plenty of breakups! I know what it’s like. I know what’s it’s like to go back and start second-guessing yourself and start asking yourself, you know, “Why did this happen?” or “Why was I in it for so long?”And what ends up happening is that when we put ourselves in that position we start to tear ourselves down!
If this relationship with everything that it was supposed to be, and if this man was everything he was supposed to be and everything that you wanted him to be, then a breakup would have never been in the light. Focus on that and focus on your worth.
Again, if you’re trying to figure out this break up then check out “The Break-Up Breakdown”, and if you’re in the season where you want to work on yourself and go ahead and download my handout the “Four Keys Every Single Woman Needs to Live a Life That They Love!” Once you develop those keys and unlock this life, I promise you, you’re not going to think twice about this relationship.Copyright secured by Digiprove