Put down that tub of ice cream, take off your sweatpants, and turn off Gloria Gaynor's “I Will Survive.” Yes, you will survive, but first you've got to get out of the house. As countless songs have told, it can be hard to move on after a split. However, it can feel empowering to seize the day and embrace the new, single you.It's often said that breaking up is hard to do—and anyone who's been through a split, separation, or divorce knows exactly how hard it can be. You might feel hurt, lonely, resentful, angry, confused, or jealous. Fortunately, there are things you can do to recover from a broken heart.
To get Started just follow this simple step.Acknowledge your emotions, but don't dwell. It's perfectly normal to feel anger and sadness. Divorces and breakups create a sense of loss, and most people move through feelings of denial, anger, bargaining, and depression before finally reaching the fifth and final stage of the healing process: acceptance. That said, you should try to keep your emotions from interfering with your activities, your work, and your happiness.Pamper yourself. When you're going through a breakup, it's important to take care of yourself. In fact, experts recommend that you pamper yourself with special treats. So do something indulgent that you've always wanted to do, such as getting a facial or a massage.