Life doesn't present too many opportunities to cry to sad movies, wear sweatpants for days on end, and sleep all day.
Don't beat yourself up; ride that emotional roller coaster. Stop letting others steal your magic." —casalena "You don't need to reinvent yourself, but you do need to make healthy choices.
You need to put the bandage on and let it heal, meaning DON'T TALK TO HIM/HER and also DON'T LOOK AT THEIR FACEBOOK/INSTAGRAM/TWITTER and let yourself heal.
It will only hurt you and slow down your healing process." —drjerrytfm "What's exciting is the idea of moving on and finding someone who truly does and will love you the way you deserve to be loved, way more than that last person did. Also, Taylor Swift helps." —Kyle Davis (Facebook) "You feel like you'll never love that way again, and it's true. You'll move on after this and find another love, and it will thrill you as much as the last did, but in a different way.
Take your time to get on your feet again and believe in the fact that eventually you will be OK again. but eventually you will feel OK." —Amanda Peshock (Facebook) "Don't avoid doing things you and your ex would do all the time.
Don't stop listening to your favorite band just because they liked them too.
Think of it this way: If you have a bad wound on your skin, you put a bandage on it so it will heal.
If you keep lifting up the bandage to look at your cut, it's not going to heal.
—brayandelosr "Don't let your past relationships dictate how you act in new relationships.
These people will have dates on a regular basis, and they may or may not be having sexual relations.
This period of courtship is sometimes seen as a precursor to engagement or marriage.
It sure gives perspective." —kellylynnn2 "I wish I could tell my younger self that they will learn from heartbreak.
That heartbreak in one relationship will eventually lead to growing as a person.