How To Manage and process lovesickness
What is part of life? Many people will give the answer “lovesick” to this question. In fact, lovesickness is part of life and almost everyone will have to go through this phase of loss pain at some point, be it because the partner has separated or it is simply a luckless love.
In this situation, most people wonder how they can best cope with lovesickness so that the pain is no longer so great.
Unfortunately, there is no panacea for coping with and dealing with lovesickness.
Taking a few thoughts and tips into account can make coping with love a little easier.
Coping with lovesickness – 4 practical tips
1. Distance to the other
Especially when a separation is still fresh, there should be a certain distance between the two ex partners. If the other person is seen again and again, the old feelings come up again and again, which usually only makes the love pain worse. It is therefore also sensible to initially banish objects that are reminiscent of the time spent together from your personal environment.
2. Release emotions
Especially at the beginning of the grief, the existing feelings and emotions should be let out and not eaten within. It is quite normal for a feeling of sadness, anger or anger to exist after the end of a relationship. If the feelings are let out, this can also be a kind of release.
So it can also be very helpful if someone can talk to them about their feelings. This can be done with friends or someone close to you. If you are afraid to confide in someone, writing a letter or keeping a diary can help. This also helps to free yourself from the burden of grief.
3. Interrupting the continuous loop in the head
Even if it is important to process the heartache, to take time to deal with yourself and your feelings, sometimes a little distraction makes sense, especially if the thoughts are constantly in the Circling head. In order to break this endless loop in the head, employment in any form can be very helpful. If you are able to do this, you can do something that you always wanted to do and planned.
Meetings and activity with friends are also helpful. That way you get distracted and still in company. As a result, there is no time to constantly think about lovesickness.
4. The time factor
Rarely will the heartache be over within a few days. You should therefore be aware that lovesicknesses take time to process and process . It is therefore necessary that you give yourself this time yourself and do not put yourself under unnecessary pressure. The motto “Time heals all wounds” also applies here.
If you take these tips to heart, you will notice that the pain of love diminishes more and more over time.
When you are open to a new love again, it is a clear sign that you have survived the heartache.
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