How to geal a broken heart?

@mjweed21 (693)
Philippines
January 29, 2008 3:21am CST
My friend asked that question. And it is so silly that I wasn't able to answer it. Care to help me?
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@chrysz (1604)
• Philippines
29 Jan 08
I divert my attention so as not to keep on remembering my former partner. I also try to reinvent myself. Sometimes, the moment I end a relationship is the very onstart of my healing because I have gathered the courage to end a relationship that i don't deserve to be. For me, it would mean loving my self more, respecting myself as a woman and as a person... It's hard to move on if you still love the person more than you love yourself. Just keep in mind that you can find more and better partner but you can never find another self.
@mjweed21 (693)
• Philippines
30 Jan 08
Really? what if you love that person but he doesn't know it... how to deal with it?
@chrysz (1604)
• Philippines
30 Jan 08
Let me share with you this text message I got from my cousin: "The best part of being inlove is when u just love a |person and be happy about it even if u know that it can't last 4ever. That's the true essence of love - its not about winning someone, its not about owning a relationship, its just about being happy because you know you have loved someone and and about being GUILTLESS because you know you did not take away someone from anybody...you just LOVED and LOVED UNSELFISHLY...." If you ask me, I have doen this before but I had eventually told the guy how much I care for him after he ended up his relationship with his girl. After that, I did not expect him to love me and even if he started courting me, I lost interest because I thought, he is only patronizing me because of what i told him.
@mjweed21 (693)
• Philippines
3 Feb 08
thanks a lot.
@Monkeyrose (2850)
• Canada
30 Jan 08
Well.... everyone hates this answer but its true so I'm going to say it. It really just takes time. When I feel sad I usually keep myself busy and hang out with family and friends. I hang out with people that are positive and make me feel special. I try to refocus on the other things that are important to me in life. Day by day it gets better. Talking to friends helps. Sometimes, you just need a good cry though.
@jhazie (340)
• Philippines
4 Feb 08
Yes thats true, i agree with you thats what i do. at first i shock,one will find it hard to believe thats the breakup has really happened. after the shock will be one's 'injured sense of pride'it will take time .loneliness of being alone it will go away eventually. you should try living one day at a time,then all was ok later.
@academic2 (7011)
• Uganda
30 Jan 08
The only remedy available to heartbreaking situations is to focus on the prompters of heartbrokenness. There are people who are sadistic that they pride in seeing living in a heart break situations-you may have given all your heart to them-you may be having dreams for the heart breaker-you look for the choicest words, gift items, and are willing to give the person quality time 20 hours a day-but they just break your heart and treat you like bull sh..t! To steer clear of this heart abuse, tell yourself, he/she doesnt deserve you-regard him/her like your own brand of bull sh..t! This will fix it!