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For those who are bit older, who may have already experienced that first ever heartbreak, each break up after that can seem like getting stuck in an interminable search for the right partner. In fact, a breakup can be the most difficult thing a person has ever experienced.
Break ups touch so many issues at once: sadness, security, self-esteem, role identity, and even sexuality.
Many times, feelings of sadness and stress get stored in the body.
What better way to release them than by moving through your day to music that addresses the emotions you want to release? When going through a breakup, the body reacts physiologically; it has become so used to positive physical touch that suddenly being without it can feel incredibly difficult.
Human beings have a finite amount of self-discipline (this is partly why you might be able to sing and waltz, but not simultaneously).
If you're using a lot of self-discipline to manage urges to contact your ex, it's okay to splurge a little on yourself.
Ask friends for music that helped them through breakups or times of loneliness. "I Will Survive") rather than those that inspire you to wallow in your misery (e.g. Set your phone to wake to your break up mix or use the mix at the gym or on your daily commute.
But don't blow your money on alcohol, unhealthy foods, or even worse, illegal substances, all of which may temporarily lift your spirits but leave you feeling worse in the long run.
Sometimes, exes suddenly seem a lot more attractive when they aren't around anymore.
If you suffer from a case of the rose-colored rearview mirror, keep a list of the top five reasons you're better off without your ex and review it as needed.
Some people keep a copy of the list in their wallet or on their phone so it's always handy.
Can't breathe, can't sleep, can't even think about ever laughing again—you know the feeling.