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How To Get Over A Painful Breakup & Heal From It?

Updated: Feb 14, 2020

How To Get Over A Painful Breakup And Heal From It?

Does time really heal all wounds?

Why broken hearts seem impossible to heal?

Why we don’t learn how to move on?


If you’ve ever been experienced a breakup, you’ve probably dealt with the pain, grief, and anger that comes with it.

Maybe you’ve retreated into yourself, not wanting to leave the bed. Instead, you’re curled up in the fetal position with a box of tissues.

Asking yourself questions like…

"Where did things go wrong?"

And if there was betrayal involved, the pain cuts even deeper.

You start to re-examine every single detail.

"How did I miss this?"

"Was everything we had a waste of time, a lie?"

Even when the worst of the pain subsides, you may still find yourself hurting. And before you know it, you start doing, saying, and thinking things you never thought you were capable of.

Your friends notice it. Your family notices it. And your kids (if you have them) notice it.

Everyone can tell there’s been a shift. Weeks, months, or even years later heartbreak has morphed you into someone you never thought you’d be.

You’re not truly able to move on.



But as much as getting over a breakup for good may seem impossible, you CAN heal your heart for true peace and hope for better love in your life.

Deep down, your heart is silently crying out to a release this burden. Your heart wants to feel better.

If you truly want to heal your heart, reclaim your power, and live happily even after, you’ll have to make the CONSCIOUS DECISION TO HEAL YOUR HEART.


Every single person on the planet wants to get over a breakup in a painless, healthy way.

But unfortunately, that often doesn’t happen. Instead we end up holding on to hurt from a breakup instead of moving on.

The thing is, it’s not your fault.

You see, our brains process emotional pain like a physical wound.

Only there’s no medical treatment or pill to mend a broken heart.

But that does NOT mean we need remain hurt and unable to let go.