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No-one else is going to do that for you and being over them generally doesn’t tend to just ‘happen’; you have to actively seek to distance yourself from the source of the pain, grieve the loss, and start rebuilding your life without them in it.You’re not going to read or do something today and then tomorrow go ‘I’m over it’ but if you think of yourself like a piggy bank, everything that you do to help yourself through this loss after the breakup, adds to your self-esteem pot and helps to restore your faith and confidence.It’s good to talk about the relationship and of course you’re going to think about it, but after a while, it’s good to limit yourself to force you into processing your thoughts, limit the anger holding, and more importantly fill up your mind with other stuff.A number of readers actually put a time in their diary that they are allowed to think about their ex and for the rest of the day, there is no room in the inn!It’s wondering what could have been different and thinking about the coulda, woulda, shouldas.It’s also a lot easier to focus on them as we feel uncomfortable looking That’s not just letting go of them in the physical sense but letting go of them emotionally and mentally.If they didn’t do this, they’d be thinking about him all the time just because they could and it was Yes – it does become a habit to think and talk about your ex.

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One of the things that will stall the process of letting go is if there is an underlying fear of ‘what happens next’. When I don’t have them to cry and complain over and to think about morning, noon and night, what am I going to do then?

You also have to factor in that particularly with unhealthy pairings, they don’t it easy to move on from them because they often like to pop up in your life and keep a foothold.