In the ideal world, when we’re going through a breakup, we’d take time off from work, surround ourselves with our favorite foods and binge watch Netflix. However… for most of us, work is still expecting us to show up and our businesses won’t run themselves. But there are still ways to heal from a breakup and take care of your responsibilities.
At some point or another, life is going to seem unfair and unkind. You’ll experience marvelous highs and epic lows, but sometimes the most devastating moments are those that force us into a state of grief. Moments of profound loss have the ability to shake us to our core and leave us lost and confused about life.
Anyone who’s in a happy relationship agrees that love is a rollercoaster of emotions. If you want to truly experience love, more often than not, you’ll need to understand what it feels to have your heart broken in a million pieces.
Have you ever been so involved in your relationship that you lost sight of what you really want? This can partially due to the ‘honeymoon phase’ of your union. Or, because you’re so in tune with what your lover wants that you’ve accepted their desires as your own. Before you get too lost in love, remember that it’s important to take a step back every once in a while and evaluate what it is that you want from your relationship.
There are moments in our lives that aren’t easy to comprehend. Like when relationships we thought we couldn’t live without suddenly become an afterthought. While a lifelong friendship can end abruptly, some just lose their steam – even when it’s not intended. But that doesn’t have to always be the case.
There are times in a relationship when your partner will struggle. This can be challenging… on both of you. Especially if you’re used to seeing them be strong. If something has unexpectedly has affected them in a way that has caused you concern, it might be time to get involved.