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Offline BLESSINGS

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HOW TO MEND A BROKEN HEART?
« on: June 23, 2009, 12:26:41 AM »
how do you mend a broken heart if you were hurt the hardest ? Can you cope up that quickly after a break up?

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HOW TO MEND A BROKEN HEART?
« on: June 23, 2009, 12:26:41 AM »
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Re: HOW TO MEND A BROKEN HEART?
« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2009, 12:28:44 AM »
hi sis, it's going to be hard, promise yan ... but you'll need to purge your surroundings of anything that reminds you of the other person.  If you can, erase text messages and emails, remove him from your social networks like friendster, facebook etc.  It's easier to move on, if you don't have these reminders and you choose not to dwell on how it was before or how it was in the "old days."  It'll also keep you from checking out what the other person is doing now.

Get into some sort of physical activity: enroll in a gym or take yoga classes, join group sports like frisbee or something.  This will keep you occupied; it will also open you to new people.  Plus physical activity releases endorphins in your body that will definitely lighten your mood.

Acquire a new hobby, try scrapbooking or painting, as long as it's anything that you can occupy your free time.  (i.e. time that you used to spend with the other person and need to fill up.)

Avoid the "friendship trap," the kind where you're supposed to be friends, but you wind up wanting more and the other person doesn't, which will inevitably leave you feeling more depressed.  Just avoid this person, period.  There are about 100,000,000 other people in this country that you can be friends with.

Just remember, it's okay that you're not together anymore.  It's simply not meant to be.  And if it's not meant to be, then there's another person out there for you who will more than make up for all the heartache you're feeling now.

galing ko magadvice pero sa totoo lang mahirap talaga.. but you need to move on talaga


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Re: HOW TO MEND A BROKEN HEART?
« Reply #2 on: June 23, 2009, 12:33:12 AM »
masakit talaga ...kaya kami naghiwalay ng ex ko dahil "awa" nalang ang nararamdaman nya sa akin. Ang sobrang sakit nun, tapos hiritan pa ako what if we get married even fall out of love cya.

ganun lang ba kabilis mawala yung love? sa 3 months na pagtatalo namin about our living situation after we get married, "awa" nalang ba yung love nya, versus sa 9 years naming relationship?

mga sis... ang sakit sakit marinig yun, lalo na minahal ko cya ng lubos, halos wala na akong tinira sa sarili ko just because i love him. Miski na emotionally bothered ako sa family nya tiniis ko yun kasi mahal ko cya...

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Re: HOW TO MEND A BROKEN HEART?
« Reply #3 on: June 23, 2009, 12:35:32 AM »
ako nung una...cry cry cry...buti hindi ako nagpakamatay
then have a total make over...spa ..pamper yourself.u deserve it
paganda ka...
bawal mahalatang broken ka hehe

wala kelangan mo gawin yun kasi you don't want to live miserably after that.

 

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