She Left Me for Another Guy. Will She Come Back? What Now?
“She left me for another guy! Will come back?” Brutal.
It can be difficult to think clearly when you have a hole in your chest in the shape of a heart.
Right now all you probably want to do is binge Rick & Morty and engorge on tacos (or however else you deal with heartache).
Although it seems lightyears away there will come a time when you want to move forward.
But what does that process look like?
Before you make any rash decisions, read the following.
It’s a tried and true step-by-step plan that will help you get over and get through your heartache.
She Left Me For Another Guy, What Now?
Take 2 weeks To Consciously Grieve The Loss Of Your Relationship
Getting left for another guy is akin to being stabbed in the heart… or thrown in a bubbling pool of acid.
Either way, it unequivocally sucks.
You’d love to just turn off those negative feelings like a light switch, but sadly, heartbreak’s a bit more complicated.
A wise person once said “you’ve got to feel it to heal it” and this much is true in breakups. Don’t try and jump on the dating apps to get back at her. Don’t try to stuff down the feelings or distract yourself so you don’t have to deal with it. The grief is already in your body and it needs to be felt, processed, and released.
If you don’t take this step, the trauma will come up in other relationships at the wrong times and will sabotage your ability to connect to a partner in the future.
Give yourself permission to be sad.
Crying is critical. Crying is our body’s natural release of painful emotions. We wouldn’t be built to do it if there weren’t a reason for it. It’s very healing to cry. You might even scream into pillows or throw a tantrum (solo), like a little kid.
All of these are helpful physical releases of painful, dense (negative) energy. Grieving in this way allows your nervous system to relieve itself of those difficult feelings, rather than storing them in the body, only to arise at a later date.
According to Dr. Anne Freier author of “Science of Breakup” she recommends the best way to work through a breakup is to…