Breaking up with someone you loved is never easy, regardless of whether you wanted it or not. A breakup can be devastating…psychologically, emotionally and even physically. It is undoubtedly one of the most emotional and stressful experiences we can have.

A bad breakup can flip your entire world and trigger unsettling and painful feelings like grief, anger, loneliness and disappointment. You not only lose a partner you loved and cared for, but you also lose all the hopes, commitments, dreams and plans you shared with your partner. Most of the time, nobody is at fault. Sometimes things just don’t work out. And this can be hard to accept. You may feel stressed or you may feel relieved.

Regardless, it can be very confusing to understand all the range of emotions you go through during a breakup. But it’s okay to feel what you are feeling. It’s okay to still love that person. Getting over a breakup takes time and effort, but you will surely get there.

In this section, you can explore various articles, blogs and stories related to breakups, breakup coping mechanisms, getting over your ex, moving on, letting go and loving yourself.

How To Fill The Empty Space Left After A Breakup? 5 Things To Do

How To Fill The Empty Space Left After A Breakup

To lose someone you love is to alter your life forever. You don’t get over it because ‘it’ is the person you loved. The pain stops, there are new people, but the gap never closes. How could it? The particularness of someone who mattered enough to grieve over is not erased by anyone but death. This hole in my heart is in the shape of you and no one else can fit. Why would I want them to?
—Jeanette Winterson

This Is When You Are Gonna Miss Her Most

This Is When You Are Gonna Miss Her Most

One day you’re going to miss her chasing you, you’re going to miss her annoyingness, and you’re going to miss how much she cared. You broke her many times, but now you lost her.

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