Breakup Advice You Haven’t Heard

Whether it be a brief dalliance or a decades-long marriage, there is no shortage of advice on how to survive a breakup. Much of the advice is sound and can help provide hope and perspective as you face heartbreak. However, when you are facing the intense pain and loneliness of the end of a relationship, you can use all the help you can get. Here are six tips for surviving a breakup that you haven’t heard.

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6 thoughts on “Breakup Advice You Haven’t Heard

  1. Thanks for sharing such great advice, as it is applicable to a variety of endings-friendships, break-ups, divorces, job loss, etc. Grief and loss are necessary, and these tips may help make them bearable. Here’s to new beginnings that come from endings. . . .

  2. elizabeth2560 – ABOUT ALMOST SPRING Two and a half years ago my 37 year marriage ended suddenly through no choice of my own. I survived the heartache. I have taken control of my present. I am planning my own destiny, which is moving onwards to a life of purpose and meaning. This is my journey.
    elizabeth2560 says:

    Thanks for these tips. I haven’t heard of the expression ‘get your down dog on’ but I think I gathered what you mean.
    I understand the three parts of #3 only too well.
    It is also something that I have noticed is a theme in a lot of your posts.
    I look for that, the lift at the end. 🙂

  3. Love the email idea! I have a large family and they all reached out so wonderfully, offering me a place to stay if needed. I’m slowly telling my friends now about the separation and pending divorce. As always, wonderful advice… Thank you, thank you, thank you.

  4. reocochran – I am experiencing crazy and hapless adventures in dating that may interest people over fifty. I am now 65 this year (2017) and enjoy taking photographs, incorporating stories or poetry on my blog. I have many old posts which are informative and written like essays. I have several love stories collected from family and friends. Even strangers spill their stories, since I am a grown version of the girl next door. I have been trying to live a healthy lifestyle with better food selections and active hiking and walking. I have written four children's books and illustrated them. They are not published but a battered women's shelter used one about neglect and abuse for their children's program and a 4H group used my "Kissing a Bunny is like saying a Prayer" as a coloring book. Please comment or respond so I may get a chance to know you. Sincerely, Robin
    reocochran says:

    I like yoga and meditation, scheduling tears but the reaching out, that is so hard for me. I find a lot of my struggling to get through things times, I just shut down. I am used to being the giver. Good advice and I will work on the letting it all hang out part!!

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