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Here is how to accept that you will not get the love of your life back

Breaking up with someone you care about may be a very tough experience. According to certain research, people experience the emotional agony of a breakup in the same way they would a physical wound. Learning to accept that the relationship is gone and giving yourself enough time to heal is the most important component of getting over a breakup.

Source: https://www.wikihow.com/Accept-That-You-Won%27t-Get-the-Love-of-Your-Life-Back?amp=1

1 Allow yourself to feel the sense of loss. 

Breaking up with a significant other is a painful and tough process. Grief over the loss of a relationship can be just as terrible as grief over the death of a loved one. Denial, anger, bargaining, despair, and acceptance are among phases of grieving that people go through. The terrible sentiments that often accompany a major separation have very serious psychological causes. Allowing and accepting these feelings might go a long way toward overcoming them.

2 Take your time

It will take time to get past the agony of a major breakup. Take care of yourself and work through your feelings at your own pace while you recover from the breakup. Allow yourself to indulge in things that make you feel good, and don't feel bad about it.

3 Don't worry about “why.” 

You'll probably want to know what went wrong after the split. Although it's tempting to speculate on how you came to be in this tough situation, focusing on your pain is more vital. Before you look back at "what went wrong," give yourself time to experience, reset, and recover.

4 Stay positive and keep healing.



Although staying focused can be challenging, knowing that you will feel better one day will help you get through the most terrible aspects of the separation. Breakups have been demonstrated to have similar consequences as drug withdrawal. Knowing that a breakup's anguish isn't permanent might help you push through the withdrawal and get back to being your usual, joyful, and confident self.

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