Learn from the past experiences but don’t live in the past. It may sound simple but it can cost people to reconcile with themselves. Despite the end of a relationship, there is a moment where you have to start considering to continue with your life.
You will be stronger.
If you have had the time to be with yourself, understand your feelings, cry and make this catharsis.
If you have slowly come back to do the normal activities and be in contact with your friends or in case that is necessary to find a new activity or passion that satisfies you and rediscover a part of yourself that does not depend or your relationship.
If you find out one day that you are prepared to forgive as a way to heal no matter how things end.
Then it is time to start a new chapter in your life. We may fall many times. That is part of the process of learning. The most important thing is that you can look to the past one day and smile. And that is also possible with relationships that did not end that well.
I would like to finish these last tips I have published in this subject with a quote from Jan Glidewell
“You can clutch the past so tightly to your chest that it leaves your arms too full to embrace the present.”
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