Healing a broken heart can take time, but, if you treat it as a learning experience, you'll discover a lot about yourself.
You Will Need
* Healing music
* Long walks
* A writing journal
* A close friend or relative
Listen to soft, healing music, such as classical or new age. The healing effect is powerful.
Take long, reflective hikes or walks. You'll find them soothing and they'll help you think things through.
Write your feelings down every day in a personal journal.
Talk about your hurt and pain with a close friend or relative.
Talk about the happiness your relationship brought you and how it enriched your life. Focusing on the positive will expedite the healing process.
Avoid your former love – seeing them will make you feel worse.
Put away pictures, gifts, and other reminders that might make you sad.
Treat yourself to something nice – and enjoy it.
Fact: Washington, D.C., Rhode Island, and Maryland have more single men than single women; in Arkansas and Colorado, the opposite is true.
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