Truly the only good thing about your first big break up is that it only happens once. The first break up you go through — the first real one, with someone you had googly love eyes for — is particularly brutal. But it's also necessary, because it teaches you a lot about yourself, your capacity to binge watch terrible television shows, and how to process heartbreak. Here are 12 lessons you learn the hard way during your first big break up. They call it heartbreak for a reason. And, uh, that reason is that it literally feels like something inside of you is broken.
How To Get Over Your First Love The Right Way
3 Reasons It's So Hard For You To Get Over Your First Love
Although it's hard to get over your first love, try to focus on the present by taking up a new hobby, volunteering, or joining a club. Alternatively, pursue a goal you had before the relationship, such as a career change or going back to school. Additionally, practice self-care by getting enough sleep, exercising, and eating healthy. You may also want to ask a relative or trusted friend to check up on you now and then to make sure you're taking care of yourself. Limit time spent thinking of your ex.
How to Get Over Your First Love with a Happy Memory
And I often start by asking audience members to describe the sensations and feelings they felt the first time they fell in love. I get similar answers every time, and most people respond instantly, without even having to think or remember. Typically, I will respond to these answers by describing how certain chemicals flood our bodies when we fall in love.
I've been an online writer for over eight years. I love writing about relationships, love, romance, and flirting. Why is it so hard to forget your first love? Your first love is special because it is the most innocent and pure form of love. No matter how hard you try, you will never stop missing your first love.