Getting over a failed relationship
Sometimes it's not actually the person you miss. It's that special feeling you had when you were with them. You may think you'd never get over it but didn't you also think it would last forever? Everybody has been let down somehow, at some point in relationships. You are not alone. It's time to get up, pick up your crown and put it back up!
Sometimes it's the idea of being alone that makes it difficult to move on, not because we can't do without that person. Not everything is meant to be. To love and win is the best thing but to love and lose is the next best thing because in losing, we discover who we really are and appreciate the fact that the loss of a cherished pleasure is not necessarily the loss of true happiness and well being.
Everyone is allowed to be in a relationship with the wrong person, at some point. In fact, it is a mistake not to be. When things break, it's not the actual breaking that prevents them from getting back together again. It's because the remaining broken pieces can't fit in back, no matter how hard you try to fix it. Just let go! You will have a fresh start any moment you choose to, for it is not the "breaking" that keeps us down but the "staying". Don't stay down, get up and don't ever be afraid of starting all over again. There's enough strength to do just that. Realize it!
When we are incomplete, we are always looking for somebody to complete us. After a few months, or years into the relationship, we still feel unfulfilled. Why?This is because while your partner can add sweet dimensions to our lives, we are responsible for our own fulfilment. Our hearts live by being wounded.
If you don't get up and move on, people will throw dirt on you. What's broken, is broken. You should probably go shopping after a break up. Pick out a new outfit maybe( for the ladies, a red outfit does a lot of magic). Sometimes if I see a really great outfit, I just break up with someone on purpose... Lol. Well, you just have to break it, in order to make it. Don't think holding on makes you strong. The strength actually lies in letting go. If they never found you worth their efforts or time, why should you find them worthy to occupy your thoughts?