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Learn To Deal With Depression After Breaking Up – 3 Things To Ease The Pain

By Sarah Scott

Since you’re here reading this, I’d venture to guess that you’ve gone through a recent break up. It’s a real shame that we couldn’t have met under better conditions. I know only too well the negative thoughts and how awful you can feel after breaking up. A lot of people put a great deal of importance on their relationships, so it can seem like their world is shaken to the foundation when the relationship ends.

I would like to share with you a few secrets on how to cope with the depression that all-too-often follows a breakup.

Depression After Break Up Tip #1 – It’s Okay to Feel Sad After a Breakup.

If you didn’t feel miserable after being dumped then consider yourself lucky. Don’t hide your true feelings if you feel sad or depressed. Open yourself to experiencing all the feelings that you are going through right now. It’s very bad for you in the long run to hide your true feelings behind a smiling face. Eventually these feelings will come out and chances are good that it’s not going to be at an opportune time or place.

Your emotions should be allowed to come out in their own time. Life will return to normal a lot faster and you’ll feel much better if you simply don’t repress your emotions.

Depression After Break Up Tip #2 – Find an Outlet of Expression

You will feel resentment and possibly anger at your ex, but once you have calmed down there is a distinct possibility that you will feel there is a real hole in your life, especially if you and your partner did a lot of things together. It is a huge help if you can find something to do that will get you out of a rut.

I decide to start painting when I suffered a break up. Once the painting started there was no limit to the release of pent up frustration that had inflicted me. I was certainly not a professional but that didn’t matter. It isn’t important if you paint a work of art; the main thing is to concentrate and give all your feelings a release.

It doesn’t matter if painting isn’t your type of activity as there are plenty of other things you can try your hand at like writing or music. The key factor is that it releases your feelings.

Depression After Break Up Tip #3 – Get Active!

Sometimes you just want to sit at home and cry after a break up when you’re feeling bad. In order to increase your chances of getting over depression as fast as you can, this probably isn’t going to do much good for you.

By doing things to take you mind off the pain you will be more likely to get your life moving in the right direction again. This can obviously be difficult but if you start with small steps then you will get there. For example, you may just go off to read a book in a coffee shop, but that’s still better than nothing at all. It does seem a little ridiculous, but to be honest with you by taking small actions daily, you can stay connected to the world and not become too isolated and depressed.

It’s certainly not unusual for you to try and struggle with depression straight after a break up. Try to do your best though to not let things get the best of you and drag you down.

If you found the advice here helpful and you’d like to learn more ways to deal with depression after break up, check out my website Boyfriend Boomerang where I’ll show you tons of tips on how to get your ex back, deal with heartbreak, or move on with your life.

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