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August 14, 2016

5 Things you should never do after a break-up..

First break up is always painful. No matter how much you try to hate or forget him/her, you’ll end up stalking him/her checking out their Facebook profiles, reading out old texts and conversations etc. But you should keep in mind what not to do post break up in order to get a healthier new life. Here are a few suggestions based on my past experiences with break ups.

1)Never ever try to beg your ex: This is a very common thing for people to do because they are grief-stricken and cannot imagine their life without their ex. You have to start to think about things from their perspective though. How will it look to them if you start asking to constantly give it another try? [...]

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August 13, 2016

10 ways to get over your first love

Your task is not to seek for Love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it. As painful as the scar of first love may seem, it will heal. Just follow these 10 steps and you’ll definitely feel better and get over your first love too. You might have heard of love and the happy feelings associated with it. But you can’t really experience the blissful happiness of warm love until you’re in love with someone. Your first love may have started like a fairytale, but before you knew it, one bad thing may have led to another, and then another. Until both of you have no choice but to part ways.

If you’ve just broken up with your first [...]

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August 13, 2016

How to get rid of a break-up dilemma

I was probably in denial for over a year after my break up, but I was so deep in denial that I had perfected the art of denying that my denial even existed!! So working with denial and acceptance can be a slippery business.

I offer these tips as starting points for getting curious about your confidence after a breakup. They aren’t measurements or goals, but rather ways of noticing how you’re doing, where you’ve slid off course, and give you a sense of how to get back to center. How you’re doing is neither “good” nor “bad.” It’s just the way things are with you today and tomorrow will be different.

1) Work with Denial & Acceptance: The best medicine I have [...]