Breaking up with someone can be a difficult and emotionally charged experience, but what about the often-overlooked emotional rollercoaster experienced by the one who initiates the breakup? Dumpers remorse, a term gaining recognition in the realm of relationship psychology, delves into the complex emotions and regret felt by those who decide to end a romantic […]
Breakups and Scars
No matter at what point of a relationship a breakup happens it takes a toll on you emotionally. You could have been dating a person for some time or you could have been in a long relationship or you decided to call it quits after a few years of marriage, but the whole feeling that you could not make it work persists after the breakup.
It does take your time to move on. Each breakup teaches you a lesson about yourself, about the person you were with and you do carry the scars of a broken relationship even after it’s over.
Discover the art of navigating soft breakups with grace in our latest article. Learn how to part ways gently and maintain respect and kindness in relationships. Explore the path to new beginnings with empathy as your guide.
Here are 11 expert-backed tips on how to stop thinking about your ex.
Breakups, universally acknowledged as one of life’s most challenging events, thrust individuals into a maelstrom of contrasting emotions. These feelings, which can span the spectrum from profound sorrow to seething anger, and occasionally a sense of liberation, often leave one’s mind preoccupied and distracted. During such emotionally charged times, tasks that necessitate focus and a
The end of a relationship is one of the most crippling losses we can suffer in a lifetime. Whether you’re trying to move on or still pining for your ex, the power of silence after a breakup can be your most potent tool. Yes, we can see how this may come across as somewhat paradoxical.
Forget everything that every movie on Romedy Now tells you about never letting go of the one you love. No matter how challenging, it takes maturity to walk away from things that do not sustain you anymore.
As you decide to move on with a heavy heart, you notice that your ex seems unfazed. When you finally make some progress, that’s when he shows signs of crumbling. You’re probably wondering, “Why do breakups hit guys later? Why does it take so long for some men to know what they’ve lost? Are they
Dreams about an ex could be your subconscious mind’s way of seeking closure. Or a reflection of present conflicts. Let’s find out.
Let’s discuss why it’s okay to hate your ex and how you can move on from negative emotions.
Here are some great tried and tested methods to make your ex regret hurting you.