I’ve been there, I get it. Breakups are the worst. They are the absolute worst. They take so much out of you. They break you down into bits and pieces while simultaneously taking away anything that you hold precious and dear. However, it’s an inevitable fact that a lot of couples break up for a variety of reasons. You don’t have any reason to think why you should be special. Remember that even though you thought the relationship you were in was the one, so did the other people who have gone through breakups before you.
But granted, even though breakups are fairly common these days, it doesn’t automatically mean that they are going to be easy to deal with. On the contrary, as frequent as relationships do end, it seems like people have never really been able to master the art of moving on and getting over. This is especially true for people who have been too invested in their relationships; or for people who just find themselves in failed relationships a little too often. The accumulated pain and heartache can take its toll on a person and it can get more difficult over time.
But just because something is difficult to do doesn’t automatically mean that it’s going to be impossible. You have to maintain faith in yourself. You still have to be able to believe in love. It’s okay to regret a few decisions that you made that eventually led to you breaking up. But you should never regret the act of falling in love in the first place. You should never be hesitant as far as falling in love is concerned because the world is in dire need of more shared love between its inhabitants. So while it may seem like a loss now, it doesn’t always have to be.
Remember that you still have full control of your life and that you get to decide what happens from here on out. You have the choice to either let the pain get the best of you and paralyze you into utter misery and despair or you could pick yourself back up again. You can make the choice to actually become a better and stronger human being. You have the choice to take this temporary setback in your life and turn it into something productive.