5 Ways to Move on When You Think You Can't

Misty Renee Posted a year ago
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You need to do it, for your own happiness!

There might come a time in your life where you meet this unbelievably incredible person, a person you can talk to for hours without getting bored, a person who makes you feel comfortable enough to share all the intricate details of your beautiful mind with, a person whose touch you start to crave for, a person you begin picturing the rest of your life with.

So you hope and pray that this one will actually last, that this one person won’t leave you like all the others before them. And with time, you start to believe that it’s time for you to finally get the happiness that you so desperately desire. But things don’t quite turn out the way you imagined. And no matter how firmly you hold on, no matter how hard you try to make it work, it ends because life just had different plans.

You feel hopeless. You cry. You even question God on why he didn’t come through for you this one time. But the truth of the matter is that everything does happen for a reason, a reason we may not be able to comprehend at the time but a reason that was probably in our best interest. So take your time. Cry it out.

And try to use these ways to move on and work towards healing your broken heart:

  1. Focus on yourself

It’s time for you to move forward with your life. And the most important step towards doing that is to prioritize your own needs above anything else. Stop over-analyzing and obsessing over all the things that could have been done differently.

Distance yourself from all the negative people in your life. Don’t force yourself into doing anything you don’t want. Be gentle with yourself. Allow yourself sufficient time to process the grief. And don’t forget the fact that you are the only person who can decide when you’re ready to start the healing process. - Continue reading on next page