A breakup can be one of the most stressful and emotional experiences in life. As we know every RELATIONSHIP has its own pros and cons, sometimes it turns in bad face of the life and sometimes it make’s life as a smooth journey.
Whatever the reason for the split—and whether you wanted it or not—the breakup of a relationship can turn your whole world upside down and trigger all sorts of painful and unsettling emotions. As well as grieving the loss of your relationship, you may feel confused, isolated, and fearful about the future. But there are plenty of things you can do to cope with the pain, get through this difficult time, and even move on with a renewed sense of hope and optimism.
Why are breakups so painful?
What make us allied and focused in life the relationships. We all feel strong and happy with healthy relationships. Even when a relationship is no longer good, breakup can be extremely painful because it represents the loss, not just of the partnership, but also of the dreams and commitments you shared. Romantic relationships begin on a high note of excitement and hopes for the future. When a relationship fails, we experience profound disappointment, stress, and grief
Breakups made very unusual impact on any person, because loss of time and investment of emotion is huge loss that is irrevocable. The feeling is uncontrollable, the state of mind is overwhelming, emotional and psychological investment in the person is gone for a toss. Loss of interest, sleep, appetite, detachment and lost social interest takes charge and control us.
Peoples react differently in the situation. Some persons with too much depressed, Isolated, Disturbed routine or feel Violent over trivial repeatedly. Other feel emotionally exhausted, they indulge in excessive spending, they stalking on social networking more, and they try to convince other’s that they moved on but the truth is v dark.
Few things are root cause of anything gone bad.
Dealing with a breakup
• Recognize that it’s OK to have different feelings.
• Give yourself a break
• Don’t go through this alone.
• Remind yourself that you still have a future
We as a councilors enrich you with:-
• Staying in charge of other aspects of life- work, family, social life, me time
• Understanding healthy ways to deal with breakup
• Learning to love and respect the partner and the relationship
• Appreciating oneself for having dealt with current situation and feeling empowered to deal in future too.