But with the right help and support, you can beat the blues! To create this article, 21 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time. This article has also been viewed 91, times. Handling Rejection.
Getting Over a Breakup: How to Move On After Being Dumped
How to Get Over Being Dumped: 13 Steps to Find Closure and Move On
You thought things were going great, and then seemingly out of nowhere your partner breaks it off, leaving you alone with an aching heart. Finding closure after an unexpected breakup can be incredibly challenging, but here are 10 tips to help you move on after getting dumped. Studies have shown that the brain copes with rejection similarly to the way it processes physical pain. Rather than taking this approach, allow yourself to feel the emotions in their entirety, whatever they may be. It is natural to grieve after any loss. Even if you avoid the pain initially, eventually you have to face it to heal.
Closer to Closure: 10 Tips for Moving On After Getting Dumped
Most of us have to cope with being dumped at some point in life. It's certainly happened to me. And over the years, I have seen dozens of clients in my consulting room at a time when they were struggling to deal with heartbreak at the end of a relationship. Frequently, they looked absolutely anguished and shocked — and as if they'd just been in a major car accident. It's no exaggeration to say that heartbreak is probably the worst pain in the world.
Romantic relationships have a funny way of taking a person through a roller coaster of emotions. Just when you thought you had a good thing going with your partner, you end up being shown the door. Or maybe you had sensed something going awry in your relationship but never imagined things to come to a point where your partner would walk out on you.