List 3 ways you've improved from a relationship or experience that broke your heart. (Now, see, how your heart is actually stronger than it was before? Aren't you a marvel?)
How do you Mend a Broken Heart?
Here are four steps that will help you deal with that kind of trauma.
1. Occupy 2. Humor 3. Bless 4. Elevate.
1. Occupy: Occupy your time, don't sit around moping. Do something.
Idleness is the soil of self-pity and depression. Get busy. The best thing that you can do is to do something that helps others. It's a universal principle that when you start focusing on helping others, your own problems are diminished. Don't just stand there, DO SOMETHING & make it positive! Anger begets more anger.
2. Humor: Write a list of the things you like to do, then pick three of those things and make those things foremost - now. Make sure you can delight in them and that they aren't harmful. When our hearts are broken, we often deprive ourselves of the things we enjoy. Make an effort to put enjoyment in your life.
3. Bless: Do good. Don't return evil for evil, hurt for hurt, pain for pain. Don't wish something horrible would happen to the other person. Hope for their good fortune in your inner self and it just may release your good fortune in your world.
The easiest way to let go of someone is to truly wish them well.
4. Elevate: Life is not over. You can live without them. Not only can you live without them, you can live even happier without them. It is a matter of perspective. Even with the negativity in your world at the moment, there is something to be thankful for...
...There is actually plenty to be thankful for. Count your blessings. You can't be sad and thankful at the same time. Tell heartbreak to move over.
A famous comedian once said, "A man isn't a man until he's had his heart broken."
Maybe your heart isn’t really broken, it's just being tenderized.
You're still loved: always were, always have been, always will be; infinitely and beyond your understanding.