The Ex Factor – How to Deal with a Broken Heart

A broken heart is difficult situation to deal with. It can affect every aspect of your life from work to relationships with friends and family. But you are a tough person you can get through this heartache. Pick yourself back up and put the pieces of your broken heart back together. (If you want a shortcut, try The Ex Factor by Brad Browning.)

How to Deal with a Broken Heart

Dealing with a broken heart takes time. You have opened yourself up to a person willingly and trusted him wholeheartedly it is understandable that you are in pieces right now, but it is time to move on and find Mr. Right. Here are some ways you can cope with a broken heart:

Get Rid Of His Old Things

His old things lying around in your room may bring back memories of the good and bad times you had together. You can start the moving on process by getting rid of his old things lying around in your apartment or house. Clinging onto his old things is not good for you because you will always think about him, and there will always be something that will remind you of him.

Be Civil

Just because you broke up does not mean you will be a snob. Ignoring him or being a snob to him will show that you still have feelings for him. Show some respect and be civil at least. Show him that you are the better person and have gotten over him by being civil.

Go Far Away

Take some time off from the stress of your life by going to a country that you have never been to. You can mend your broken heart faster by going on an adventure. The adventure will add some spice in your life and help you forget the past. You will also learn things about yourself by traveling.