nybody who has gone through a break-up knows the gut wrenching pain and misery that goes with it. The more intense the relationship, the deeper is the grief. People who mean well often come up with wisdom that sounds like platitudes: 'This too shall pass', 'Time will heal it'. When you think about it, that's what it really boils down to. And while you wait for your wound to heal, there are several things that will see you through the rough journey. Here are some.STREE: A weekly women's magazine on Sify.com
Forget that 'one last time': There will always be the temptation to meet him/her for that 'one last time' before calling it quits. Relationships in that sense can be addictive and it is natural to feel withdrawal when you are not getting your regular fix.
Avoid self-pity binges: Friends can be a huge support at this time. But watch out for self-pity binges. Don't keep venting to them all the time. Soon your friends may tire of your constant complaining. And it's not going to help you move on.Text: PreventionImages: Getty Images