I’ve been struggling to work on this one, honestly. But as far as I’ve learned and experienced, just let yourself feel things. Let yourself go through those so-called shitty phases. There might be times you don’t feel like being alive, you don’t feel like waking up in the morning and living your life, or even just merely breathing, and there might be times your body rejects food, you refuse to sleep, your emotions can’t be understood even by your own self, that’s pretty fine. Being broken somehow means you’re losing many pieces of yourself for awhile, and you might need some time to find it again. I let myself grieve while I’m at it, even when there will be times I can’t feel anything (or in other words, I feel numb at everything). If the question is to mend with a brokenheart, I’m not sure. But if the question is to cope with a brokenheart, I’d go with fill your life with positive things only while you’re still at it. Go take a walk and let your body feel alive if you need it, read self-help/self-improvement books, explore more things (books, movies, songs), make your life worth living again although I ain’t sure it’s gonna completely work, but giving it a try wouldn’t hurt a fly, I promise.
Healing takes time, and while you are at it, the best thing you can do is give yourself permission to grieve while taking care of yourself. Allow the sadness and anger to be felt, because the longer you delay addressing these painful emotions, the longer it will take to start feeling better. If you find it challenging to cope by yourself, consider reaching out to friends or seeking professional help. Remember, you know yourself best, so listen to your own needs and be patient with your healing process. Everything will be fine.
For all I believe, mending a broken heart is something only God can do. Throughout my life I haven't exactly figured out the perfect ways to aid a heart. The bruises I have tend to be ignored, yet it occurs to be my wake-up call to see the world in a better light. Do anything that would make you feel better, never hesitate to ask for help or some shoulders to cry on. Perhaps, you'll find and embrace the tender love from people who care for you and by then the ugly feeling would feel like it's lifted. There will be some certain times where agony creeps your heart over and over again, but by then I believe you've find your own way to outgrow it. Everytime you went through that phase, do realize that you've became a stronger admirable individual.
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