Why You're Not Moving On After A Breakup

Why You’re Not Moving On After A Breakup

Let’s face it. Breaking up with your girlfriend is no doubt one of the most difficult experiences that you can ever go through. Apart from being very tough on you emotionally, your stress levels will also go overboard during the same, making you feel rather weak, confused and vulnerable.

Unless you cope with your breakup properly, chances are you’re going to feel this way longer than you’ve ever imagined, which can make things even worse sooner or later. Besides making you vulnerable to irritability and mood swings, you’ll also become prone to bouts of depression while at it.

But the thing is a lot of guys who’ve just split up with their significant others forget that they are bigger than their breakups and have the power to move on with their lives. And if you’re still finding yourself not moving on after a breakup, I might just have a piece of advice that you’re going to find really useful.

Let me explain what I mean…

Unlike how men are stereotypically portrayed in the big screen, a guy going through a breakup will experience emotional issues that can eventually have a significant effect in his life if not managed the right way.

And one of the biggest factors that can make or break your chances of coping with a breakup is choosing to retain ties with her even though the relationship is over. This basically means still having her number on your phone as well as being connected to her in social media.

It is important that you cut all ties to her as soon as you can or else you won’t be able to move on. Sure this may sound like you’re simply throwing away all the great things that you shared with your ex, but most guys seem to forget that they ended the relationship because of a good reason.

See, retaining ties with your ex will just trigger memories – a lot of memories. There’s a very big possibility that you will think of her when you check your phone contacts and see her number there or perhaps browsing your social media account and stumbling upon her posts.

You’ll just feel like a mess every time you think of her, which is anything but helpful when it comes to moving on after a breakup. I know pulling this off isn’t going to be easy, but it’s definitely going to be much more helpful for you in the long run.

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