Turn on those sad songs, eat your ice cream, and read some of theses poems to help ease the pain.
Falling in love can be one of the most beautiful things — many people say love makes the world go round. But with love, a lot of time, comes heartbreak. Breaking up is a very confusing time for someone just getting out of a relationship because they feel so many different emotions — from being angry or sad, being in denial, or maybe even trying to beg the other person to take you back — feeling your heart break is painful in every way.
When people get heartbroken they often sit at home eating ice cream and crying, watching Legally Blonde (speaking from personal experience). Others just go out to party to blow off steam.
People handle heartbreak very differently, no matter what happened or how you deal with grief, know your feelings are valid. It is okay to feel this way, everyone has gone through some sort of loss and heartbreak in their life.
Life is not meant to be a fairytale, you will fall down and get hurt every once in a while. When going through heartbreak we think “I am the only one feeling this”, but the truth is you are not. Popular celebrities like Lizzo have gone through heartbreak, and the gorgeous man himself Liam Hemsworth is going through heartbreak as we speak (not sure how Miley can get over him).
If Miley Cyrus can get over Liam Hemsworth, you can too.
Let yourself cry, and be sad; but just know one day you won’t feel this way anymore, some days will be harder than others and then other days you will feel like you are completely free of those emotions.
Just know that one day you will be fine, you won’t feel sad or hurt buy this anymore. Eventually it will get easier, and the memories you have from that person won’t hurt as much. It is okay to feel sad, you will get over this.
So turn on those sad songs, eat your ice cream, and read some of the sad quotes about breaking up and heartbreaking Instagram poems about lost love to help ease your broken heart through the stages of grief.
1. Missing someone is the hardest thing to get over.
“What a terrible thing to do missing someone who hasn’t thought …