Getting Over a Break-Up

Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue

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Break-ups are hard and getting over them can be even more difficult. After a break-up, you might not quite feel like yourself. You might have gotten so used to that other person being around that you don't know what to do with yourself. However, even though this situation can be hard to deal with, there are some things that you can do to boost your mood.

1. Spend time with friends and family.

Surround yourself with your support system. Remember there are people out there that do care about you, so why not spend some time with them? By doing this you may feel less lonely and more motivated to do something with your free time.

2. Find a hobby that you love.

This can be a great time to work on yourself and explore things that you didn't have the chance to. Learn to play the guitar. Go to a poetry slam. Why not go to one of your favorite band's concerts? Live life and allow yourself to experience new things. The past may be difficult, but the future can look a whole lot better.

3. Challenge yourself.

Challenge yourself to do something new every day. This will help you explore your likes and dislikes and allow you to experience new things. You can also challenge yourself to uphold your financial and work goals as this might create a better living situation for you as well.

4. Explore faith and affirmations.

If you are a faith-based person, you could read daily devotions, or you could also do daily affirmations. Do something that brings happiness into your life and focus on the good things around you. This might help you create a better outlook and assist with your future endeavors.

It isn't easy to get over a break-up, but there are some things that can help you do it. So, keep your head up and focus on the future ahead of you. You never know what it will bring.

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Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue writes lifestyle articles.

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