Welcome to “How to Survive A Breakup”, your online guide to surviving breakup and divorce. How to Survive A Breakup also offers advice on how to get your ex-lover back or even stop a breakup from happening.
Whether you are a woman or man, you will find useful information that, we hope, can either save your relationship or help you survive your breakup or divorce.
Men and women have different ways on how to survive a breakup. “Who dumped who?” is also an important question to consider.
A couple’s love story is always reflected in every romantic poem and love song they can relate their relationship to. Poems and love songs talk about everlasting and undying love, of selfless giving and of faithful lovers. When one is in love, the world is a bed of roses.
However, staying in love is the hardest part of the relationship. Oftentimes, we get stuck in a relationship just to keep it. Others stay in a relationship yet can make the situation really complicated. In the process, even the children are affected not only physically but most importantly, emotionally and psychologically. When we feel we are losing our own self-worth, it is important to consider breaking up.
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There are many ways to cope with breakups in various situations. Handling breakups especially when kids are involved can be rather tough. Women can be stronger when their boyfriends or husbands finally say it’s over between them. They can cope by simply burying their face in the pillows and cry their heart out for some time. After that, life goes on for them and they continue to rebuild their self-worth by learning from the sad experience.
But some men can find the experience a self-esteem breaker, and they tend to dwell on the feeling of loss more intensely than women. Statistics show that more men are diagnosed with depressive mood right after a breakup from a relationship.
This site will provide practical tips for men and women on how to survive a breakup. It may not be an easy task. It can take some months or even years to heal the broken heart but there will be an end to the sadness and pain. The big challenge is to recognize and accept that the relationship is over and it’s time to move on. There’s more to life than wallowing in sadness and misery. Life is beautiful to lose every precious moment it can offer. I’d like to conclude with this quote from an anonymous source:
“Breaking up is like a broken mirror. It is better to leave it broken than hurt yourself trying to fix it.”