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Heartbroken - May 2nd 2016, 07:11 PM

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Re: Heartbroken - May 3rd 2016, 07:29 PM

Hello there.

Unfortunately we all feel heartbroken at some point in time.

Perhaps giving us, or at least myself in case everyone else knows about it but me , more info could help us help you more. We cannot just go by really you saying that you're heartbroken and do not like that feeling.

Is there anyone outside that you can talk to? Friend(s), family, a therapist, or even a doctor? If so, I think that you should go to them and talk it out. If you do not have anyone, then I suggest getting someone. I know that I was reluctant to get therapy my first time before getting it, but I got a really good therapist and everything worked out.

What is stopping you from getting help? You need to kick yourself in the bum and get moving.

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Re: Heartbroken - May 3rd 2016, 08:03 PM

Feeling heartbroken can be devastating. I know negative feelings are unpleasant, but I think you should let yourself feel them for a while. Don't keep them inside to fester because they'll just come back to you eventually. Time doesn't heal things completely but it does help things fade. Let your feelings run their course so you can feel validated, but don't spend all your energy feeling negatively.

When you're ready at some point, you'll have to pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and continue on. I find distractions really helpful. You could talk to someone or write a list of things you need to do around the house to keep yourself busy.

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