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Breakups Bring Devastation And Emotional Instability

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Why do we look so desperate after a breakup? Why are we so emotionally unstable after a breakup?

Do you know that breakups result in sadness, anger, and emotional pain? So, instead of always longing for the good times you had in the relationship, start picturing the better times when you move on from the breakup.

What you give power to owns you. You give so many thoughts and so much meaning to the whole breakup thing that it starts to consume you. Don’t forget that the next time you give power to a breakup that happened only to teach you what you need in life. 

When you are left behind, you feel empty. This person is now out of your life. He took something big from you because you allowed him to leave you with a void and an emptiness. You thought that he was going to be your end-goal, but that’s where you were wrong. You loved the way they made you feel, and how they smelled. But do you love the sad and heart-ripping feeling you are having right now?

We are an emotional society. We rely on our emotions and our emotions control our lives. Of course, it’s okay to be broken and to feel devastated after a breakup, but overcome it as soon as possible. Because our emotions only have power over a given situation as much as we give them power.

You are the one that controls your emotions. You are in control of what you’re feeling after your breakup. It’s not your partner’s fault that you are feeling down and sad, you’re the one to blame for letting them control your happiness.

You need to understand that you’re the only one responsible for your happiness. You need to take time and enjoy the happiness of being yourself. After you learn how to have power over your emotions, it will be easier for you to heal after a breakup. You will be in balance with your emotions, and the next time someone wants to be the reason for your smile, just let them be a competition of your smile.

You need to focus on self-love. The other person isn’t the void you need to fill in order to feel self-love. Your partner is not the main character in your life – YOU ARE!

You are responsible for the emotions you bring to the table. It’s up to you whether you smile today and go to work or decide to close everything and stay at home and cry. People run on feelings and emotions. Bad emotions exist, so when we experience happiness, we don’t want it to end.

So, what if the relationship ended? Longing for your partner for too long is not going to make them come back in your life. And what if they do come back into your life? Do you think that you should be searching for happiness in the same place you lost it? Don’t you think it’s time to move on to a better version of yourself?

Cry it all out, and then move on. Don’t waste time thinking where it went wrong. Don’t waste time asking yourself whether you should’ve done something. Let me answer that one for you- there’s nothing you could’ve done. Your breakup means that that person was not meant for you. You were also not meant for them. Take time to heal and channel all the bad emotions into happy thoughts.

It is up to you how you will overcome your pain. It is up to you how you will feel. Fill your time with self-care and self-love. Learn from the bad emotions and don’t throw them away, but instead embrace them and live with them. Once you embrace your emotions, you will be in control of them. Once you are in control of your emotions, you will channel them into happy thoughts, and you will do yourself a favor.

The next time you find yourself in a breakup, heal and move on. Don’t torture yourself with questions that you don’t have the answers to. Remember that every breakup comes with a lesson. It’s a lesson about self-love. And a lesson about where to find happiness. The answer is right inside you.

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Annie Lively