“Anybody can be angry. But, to be angry with the right person, and the right degree, and at the right time, and for a right purpose and in a right way is not within everybody’s power and is not easy.”
This is Aristotle’s famous statement.
Getting angry does not necessarily mean getting hurt. However, once a person lets the pain overshadow logic, hatred is very possible to strike uncontrollably. A broken relationship hurts a lot. That’s undeniable. In fact, this had been the reason why hearts break. A reason behind why tears flood. And, a reason why confidence and faith devastate in a snap.
Talking about confidence; we often see rejected individuals who hold a bleeding heart and a shattered self. In most cases, insults and bitter words are part of relationship’s finale. Of course, this is not to generalize. There still remain couples who steer clear from blaming the other; instead, they mutually decide to cool off. But the latter scenario is one in a million.
Thus, it can never be denied that throwing harsh words to the other and pointing fingers to put the blame on happen very rampantly the moment the relationship ends. This leads to the rise of the problem as to how to accept a break up.
It takes a lot of courage to handle a throbbing heart. It takes a lot of patience to deal with the anger. It also demands a load of s strong determination to get over the pain.
Everybody knows this quote. But, to tell you frankly, letting the time pass you by without doing something from your end will never heal anything. On the contrary, you will just find yourself wishing upon a star without a fight. If you think that the pain and the anger will vanish in no time, better think again. I know that you can do better than waiting for destiny to blow these negative feelings away.
Let us get back to the aforementioned query raised at the first part of this piece of writing.
How To Accept A break up? Acceptance: A Way to Earn Love
I know that you will certainly call me a hypocrite if I will tell you that accepting the idea that break up happen for a good purpose. Some might have an appropriate justification regarding this. However, there are also few split ups that sprout due to the selfish intent of the other. But, whether the justification is acceptable enough to be considered or not, here’s the catch. Your task is to mend your heart and move on.
Break up must not be sought after against the rejected. You are a wonderfully attractive person who has the charm to attract individuals of the opposite sex. As a matter of fact, you had captivated your ex in some point in your life.
To start with, deal with your anger. If you see your ex before you’ve dealt with your anger, you tend to push them away even harder. But the question is how to do it.
First things first. Recognize that you are angry. Second, never resist; instead accept the fact that your relationship had come to an end. Lastly, learn to let go and forgive.
You are angry at yourself. You hate your ex. You condemn the entire situation that you’re in. However, it is not important whether or not your anger is justified. What matters more is the fact that you acknowledge and try to gain control of it. Feeling this way does not mean silliness, vulnerability and irrationality. Instead, it makes you feel that you are human.
Once the anger is out of the open, you can see it as what it is.
Acting as if nothing else happens is a manifestation of pretension. Do you know that this is a no-no in a relationship? The more you pretend that the break up does not assault you emotionally will just add flame to the blazing inferno.
Next in the line is acceptance. Your logic plays a very significant role in acceptance. Yes, you are deeply and terribly hurt the moment the relationship ends. But this time, I command you not to listen to your heart. Your mind must gain control over it. Never waste your time in blaming and wishing.
Instead, try to pay your attention to fruitful endeavors as sports, social gatherings and the like. Have fun. Date. Flirt and socialize. Be willing to open your door to new love once it knocks sweetly. But, never rush. Go with the flow. Just jive with the music.
Certainly, you will see yourself getting over your ex very perfectly. Trust me.Do you want your ex back? Make sure you watch this video... Do NOT commit one of the 7 deadly mistakes or they might leave you for good... find out how to avoid it here: Click here to check out the video to get your ex back.