If you’ve ever been naughty, it’s not the end of the world. In fact, it can be fun to be naughty once in a while. It’s even better if you can talk about it in public. Here are some “naughty quotes” that should be said more often:
Accept your feelings.
You may feel sad, angry, or guilty after a breakup. Don’t try to deny these feelings or push them away. Instead of ignoring or suppressing your emotions, allow yourself to feel whatever you’re feeling without judgment. Once you’ve accepted the fact that this relationship is over, it will be easier to move forward without constantly looking back at what went wrong and regretting what could have been (if only).
Think about what went wrong.
One of the most important steps toward healing after a breakup is to identify what went wrong in your relationship and why it didn’t work out. If you don’t know why things ended the way they did, then it’ll be hard for you to identify the areas that need improvement in future relationships, not just with potential partners but also with yourself as well.
Cut off contact with your ex.
This is important for several reasons: First, it will help you avoid rehashing old arguments that will only bring you down emotionally and prolong the pain. Second, it will allow you to start getting over the relationship by focusing on yourself rather than on what happened between the two of you. Third, it will prevent any further damage to your self-esteem if your ex tries to make contact again at some point in the future (and they probably will).
Know that they won’t change their minds.
One of the most important things to remember when trying to get over a breakup is that your ex probably doesn’t want anything to do with you anymore. If they did, they would have contacted you by now, either through text or in person. They have no reason to change their minds, so don’t waste your time waiting around for them to come back or wondering if they will.
Don’t delete them from your life.
First of all, don’t delete them from your life. It’s tempting to cut off all contact with them, but especially if this was an important relationship in your life, it’s important to not close off all avenues of communication (or at least not immediately). If you have mutual friends or coworkers or family members, keep those relationships open as well, it will make it easier for you to maintain the friendship later on if you need it.
Avoid stalking them on social media.
It’s easy to get sucked into seeing what your ex is up to. Don’t do it, not only will it make you feel more depressed, but it will also give them the upper hand by letting them know that they still have an effect on you. Instead of keeping tabs on them, focus on yourself and find ways to distract yourself from thinking about your ex.
Take it one day at a time.
One of the most difficult things about any kind of loss is not knowing when it will end, so set yourself up for success by taking things one day at a time. If every day feels like an eternity, remind yourself that eventually another week will pass and then another month will come and go until eventually this pain will start to fade away into memory, though hopefully not forever.
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