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Coping with a break up or ending any type of relationship is painful. At some point, everyone is going to be on the receiving end of a bad breakup. Sometimes we know it needs to happen, but fight it for as long as we can, hoping that things will get better and they never do. Maybe everyone else around saw it coming, but as they say, love is blind. No matter how much either side tries to soften the blow, a flood of feelings will follow. Let’s take a look at some of these emotions and see if we can figure out how best to deal with breakup survival.
One of the first emotions to hit is denial. The love of your life just told you it’s over and the news is too much to be believed. You may have thought the relationship was going along smoothly, but somewhere along the lines, you missed the signs and signals your partner gave you. Sometimes we overlook small things or think a certain situation was just a fluke. In reality, we should trust our gut instincts that something is wrong. We refuse to believe what is in front of our eyes.
Many times we think we have a right to be angry with our partner for breaking up the relationship. We look to place the blame anywhere else but on ourselves. It’s true that in some cases we have every right to be angry, but most of the time if we look where the anger is stemming from, it’s stemming from ourselves.