The decision to do this collaboration with my best friend stemmed from a burning desire to help people using our past experiences as a guide. So many people out there are lost, cannot find the answer or don’t know how to begin searching; That’s where we come in! With this collaboration, you can distinctly get two perspectives on the matter, I hope this helps someone out there.
The one thing that we all seem to agree upon is that those things can be both rosy and tricky. Rosy in the sense that it all seems to be going well, communication and proper behavior have been established and thus it’s tricking our senses into believing things are good( Euphoria).
It becomes tricky when that Euphoria has been washed away and you start to see things for what they’ve always been, but just was oblivious to you.
What happens when things don’t workout as you had hoped and you get to the end of the road and have to part ways? How then do you move on from an investment gone wrong?
First things first, accept it for what it is… don’t be in denial, because if not you run the risk of dwelling on the past and not looking at the brighter days ahead. So cry buckets if you need too.We are emotional creatures and it is expected of us to be just that, it’s not a bad thing… Embrace it.
Secondly, keep in mind that it is not the end of the world. Yes, life does exist post heart break and everything happens for a reason, most times it’s because there is something better in store for you and God is preparing you for it.
Lastly, do something for you! Do something that your passionate about… A passion project, it could be something as simple as reading, writing, running; whatever it is, make sure it’s something your passionate about and transform your negative emotions into something positive. Consider that moment of hurt and pain your chance to get to know yourself and fall in love with you.
Heartbreak is a necessary part of life and you’ll be better off afterwards if you focus on the right things. It will not be easy but it will be worth it.
***An excerpt from my friends blog which you have to check out to gain more insight… https://fabandbloomblog.wordpress.com/2016/05/13/201/
” If by any chance your man is tired of the relationship, he may not say…most men do not like to say it, they do not want to be the one to do the breaking up, something to do with not adding salt to injury, so, they start leaving thesmallest signs here and there, consciously and unconsciously and as much as you may have grown to love him, at this stage, it is good to pack ur bags and walk!”