A break-up or a divorce can take a serious toll on one’s emotions and well being. Dealing with the grief of losing your better half is no mean task. This is a person that you shared intimate moments with, had good times together (probably the best), set plans on how to spend the future together and was your shoulder to cry on during your low moments.
When it all turns to dust, your whole world tends to grind to a halt. The pile-up of emotions that follow is overwhelming. One feels deeply hurt, miserable, angry, lonely, depressed, uncertain about the future and in some cases, identity crisis. Even for the party that proposes the break-up, it’s not always sunshine and roses. There are a plethora of reasons that can lead up to a breakup and some may be due to external factors or out of necessity such as a career opportunity. However, there’s are two good old adages to live by: what doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger and time cures all. The healing process may be long and daunting, but there are a few tips and tricks that you can utilise to help you get through this heart-wrenching episode of your life. Continue reading