How To Get Over Former Girlfriend
Learning how to get over a former girlfriend will be more difficult if it was someone you really cared about or if you weren’t ready for the relationship to end. But the fact remains, your former girlfriend has moved on, and it’s time for you to get over the relationship and move on, too.
- Don’t talk to your former girlfriend. Basically, you need to delete her from your life, meaning your phone, email and Facebook page. Wherever you have a connection to her, cut it off, at least for now. Down the road, you might be able to be friends, but as long as you’re still getting over your former girlfriend, you shouldn’t be talking to her.
- Let out your emotions. Don’t try to act like a tough guy in this situation. If you’re feeling sad or angry, let it out, but only with your close friends or family. Letting out your emotions with people you trust is key to getting over your former girlfriend.
- Get help from your friends. This is not the time to go it alone. Ask your friends to be there for you, help you stay strong and not contact your former girlfriend and keep you from rebounding too fast. Lean on your friends for companionship and support and to just have fun and forget about your former girlfriend.
- Be honest with your next girlfriend. The next relationship you have might be a rebound or she might be a keeper. You really can’t know until it gets started. Let your next girlfriend know up front that you recently broke up with your former girlfriend and you’re working toward getting over her.
- Avoid revenge. Revenge is not a healthy way to get over a former girlfriend. Stay away from her friends and family, as well as her social networking site. Don’t try to brag up how happy you are or sabotage her in any way. To get over your former girlfriend, you need to focus on yourself and your own happiness, not her unhappiness.