5. Be Kind to Yourself

Our inner critic has the tendency to be extremely mean and bully our self when we are down and out, criticising, blaming and being angry.

This is the worst time to start beating yourself up emotionally about the break up and making yourself take all the blame for it, when it was both of you that contributed. Think of what you would say and do if your best friend asked you about the best ways to bounce back from her break up – if you are not treating yourself as if you were your own friend, then you are going to hurt more.

Don’t Date


Dancing in your living room like there is no tomorrow helps too πŸ˜•
Denise Cristobal
@Kc007 Maybe once or twice... Working out or hanging out with your friends might be better things to do. :)
Julie Ann
Omg it\'s Doctor Who!!!
I say GO SHOPPING!!!! Splurge yourself with things that will boost your confidence up and go to the gym!!! Get that sexy back!!! Get over it!!! It\'s not the end of the world!!! Geesh!!! Lol There are...
How about eat lots of cake and watch chick flix all day .. That always works :s lol
I love the doctor who photo!
Azalea Jewett
Wish this was posted around 2 months ago when I was starving myself out of grief.
Now that I've put on 4kgs in 3 weeks since the break up... I can see exercise would have been a better outlet than food!!
Neecey Beresford
@Maryb, Thank you for putting it so well and so succinctly. I appreciate your response.
My reaction when i saw the tardis😄
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