#5 – Take action.
Once I had processed my feelings and my emotions, I had identified my sadness and the lack of self-esteem that had resulted from the break up, I was able to see my future more clearly and start taking some steps to get on with my life.
The first thing that I was did was I blocked my guy on social media and put every momento of him that I had in a box. My guy, who I did still love, was part of my past and not my future.
I went back on Match and Bumble and started to date. And, yes, it wasn’t much fun at first but it was very distracting.
I made a huge effort to plan doing things. I hiked and went to the movies and had dinner with friends. I went to parties (which I hate) and met new people. I shook up the narrow world that I had created while waiting for my guy to get his shit together. I started to have fun again.
And guess what happened! I met another guy. THE guy. And, because I had done my CBT work and processed my emotions and my feelings and built up my self-esteem, I was ready for him. I was ready to try again. And this time it worked!
So, don’t stay home, waiting for your life to start again. Get out there. Make it happen! You can do it!
If you are struggling to mend a broken heart right now, I am so sorry! I wish that I could just lift that pain off you and let you get on with your life.
Unfortunately, I can’t do that, but YOU can!
While it might seem too painful to confront what you are feeling head on, doing so gives you the best chance of a speedy recovery.
So, identify your feelings, focus on your emotions, reframe your negative thoughts, be easy on yourself and take action.
Take your life back. It’s yours, it’s short and it needs to be lived!!!
If you have made it this far you must have a broken heart that needs to be mended ASAP.
Let me help you, NOW, so that you can get your life back and find love again!
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