What To Do When Someone Breaks Up With You (Love and Relationships)

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Why do you love somebody, who tells you they love you anymore?

When we’ve been together with a person for some time, our everyday life can be incredibly entwined with our partners’. This is why it can be so devastating when our partner comes home one day and tells us they don’t love us anymore. It’s not just having our heart ripped open, but it’s really feels like our life has been turned upside down.

When something familiar in our life suddenly changes, it’s terrifying, mostly because we are not prepared for it. This is why it’s really important to examine why we love someone, because the answers will reveal if we are devastated because we want to be with the person, or we’re devastated because our life is uprooted. These two are not the same thing.

Sometimes, our heartbreak has more to do with the fact that we feel rejected or discarded, not so much because we want to continue to be with someone who doesn’t love us.

Sometimes, we’re devastated that our hopes and dreams for the relationship has been dashed, not because we think the person is so awesome.

Sometimes, our wave of panic is because of our fear and worry of losing the familiarity and security of the relationship, not so much because we really want to be with someone who says they don’t love us.

Often we’re so focused on the person leaving us , and being so consumed by anger and being the victim, that we don’t realise that we might not want to be with them either. When someone has done something that is distasteful and disrespectful, do you actually still want that person in your life?

When someone hurts us, it’s about reminding ourselves that our life quality does not need to diminish if we’re no longer with the person.

When we work on loving and respecting ourselves, we’ll find it possible to not feel rejected even when we’ve been hurt, and find it possible to still be happy, always.

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