There’s a lot you learn from your interactions with people from all works of life. Many lessons that shape your life and give you a lot to think about. I’ve had many fruitful discussions with people on dealing with relationship issues and particularly “heartbreaks.” It is very thought-provoking and I suggest that you engage in fruitful discussions on it with your friends. We have a generation that struggles to deal with relationship issues. Yep! We have people ending relationships at the first sign of trouble.
Many people struggle with the hurt and pain associated with a “break up.” This leads to a downward spiral for many and in extreme cases suicidal thoughts or tendencies. This problem is largely associated with the inability of “couples” to solve their issues leading to a dreaded break up and it can be really troubling. There’s a theory that is up for debate and it raises a valid point with regards to relationship issues. Many people feel the youth are getting into relationship at the wrong age. Recently, I had a discussion with a friend who said some kids between the age of 12 and 14 are in “amorous relationships.” This is a worry since these kids are not mature enough to know the difference between “love” and “fondness.” This brings up the issue of who is at fault or rather responsible for the “moral decay.” That is an issue for another day.
My advice today, is not certified as a full-proof method for dealing with heartbreak but has worked for some people I have personal relationships with. I call them “Nuggets for dealing with your heartbreak.”
Nugget #1 It is OK to have a period for grieving.
Yep! There is no shame in taking time to grieve. Pain needs to be released from your system to kick-start the recovery process.
Nugget #2: Don’t put a timeline on the recovery
It’s a no no no! Don’t say I want to be done with it in two weeks. Putting a timeframe on healing, rushes the process and prevents full recovery.
Nugget #3: Talk to someone
To prevent confusion, I’d say talk to someone who’s been through something similar. You get a lot of emotional support which helps in healing faster. When people are able to relate to a situation, they are very likely to give assistance.
Yep! Believe that this is just a blip on your journey. If you believe that you can heal, trust me you can!
That’s a wrap for today. I do hope my advice comes in handy and helps you out. You can heal from any heartbreak with the right mindset. Final piece of advice (an unofficial nugget), don’t starve yourself, eat and grow fat OK. God Never Go Shame Us!