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Reflect on lost love with perspective and compassion.
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Breakup Blues
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Breakup Blues
Breakup Blues
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It may be difficult to go through a breakup, and it's perfectly natural to experience a range of emotions at this time. Even if these feelings are difficult for you to handle or appear overpowering, it's important to give yourself permission to experience them. Try to locate a quiet area, close your eyes, and take a few deep breaths. Allow yourself to be in the moment with your emotions, paying attention to them without passing judgment.

Spend some time thinking back on the relationship that is over. Despite the temptation to only consider the drawbacks, make an effort to consider the advantages as well. Think about the knowledge you've gained, the development you've through, and the priceless moments that have shaped your life. You may feel more at peace and be able to view the relationship more objectively if you acknowledge both the positive and negative parts of it.

Connect with your inner self and spirituality while you go through this emotional journey. Relax your thoughts so you can hear your spiritual guidance. What is it trying to tell you? During this period of transition, trusting your inner wisdom can provide answers and direction. Additionally, find solace and perspective by turning to your greater power, whether it is God, the Universe, or another higher source. It may be empowering and comforting to know you're not alone in your journey while you work through your feelings.

Last but not least, be kind to yourself. Take as much time as you need to heal; it's normal. If you need it, seek out professional assistance or surround yourself with encouraging people. Above all, keep in mind that it's good to feel and that you may find the power to heal and welcome a new chapter in your life by practicing self-compassion and mindfulness.


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Close your eyes, and make yourself comfortable. Take a deep breath in for three seconds, and spread out your exhale for seven seconds. Do this two more times. Breathe in, one, two, three, breathe out, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven. Breathe in, one, two, three, breathe out, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven. Give yourself permission to feel, even if it's hard. How would you describe how you feel? Make some nonjudgmental observations about your emotions. Now, reflect on the relationship that's ended. Create a space to think about the good things that came from that relationship. How did that relationship affect your deepest inner self? Did you feel connected to your spirituality? When you quiet your mind and listen to your spiritual self, what is it saying to you right now? Open your heart to your higher power. Is there a perspective that God can offer you? Take a deep breath once again, and stay here with your emotions.

Watching Now
Breakup Blues
Breakup Blues
Skylight • 02:00

It may be difficult to go through a breakup, and it's perfectly natural to experience a range of emotions at this time. Even if these feelings are difficult for you to handle or appear overpowering, it's important to give yourself permission to experience them. Try to locate a quiet area, close your eyes, and take a few deep breaths. Allow yourself to be in the moment with your emotions, paying attention to them without passing judgment.

Spend some time thinking back on the relationship that is over. Despite the temptation to only consider the drawbacks, make an effort to consider the advantages as well. Think about the knowledge you've gained, the development you've through, and the priceless moments that have shaped your life. You may feel more at peace and be able to view the relationship more objectively if you acknowledge both the positive and negative parts of it.

Connect with your inner self and spirituality while you go through this emotional journey. Relax your thoughts so you can hear your spiritual guidance. What is it trying to tell you? During this period of transition, trusting your inner wisdom can provide answers and direction. Additionally, find solace and perspective by turning to your greater power, whether it is God, the Universe, or another higher source. It may be empowering and comforting to know you're not alone in your journey while you work through your feelings.

Last but not least, be kind to yourself. Take as much time as you need to heal; it's normal. If you need it, seek out professional assistance or surround yourself with encouraging people. Above all, keep in mind that it's good to feel and that you may find the power to heal and welcome a new chapter in your life by practicing self-compassion and mindfulness.


View Transcript
Close your eyes, and make yourself comfortable. Take a deep breath in for three seconds, and spread out your exhale for seven seconds. Do this two more times. Breathe in, one, two, three, breathe out, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven. Breathe in, one, two, three, breathe out, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven. Give yourself permission to feel, even if it's hard. How would you describe how you feel? Make some nonjudgmental observations about your emotions. Now, reflect on the relationship that's ended. Create a space to think about the good things that came from that relationship. How did that relationship affect your deepest inner self? Did you feel connected to your spirituality? When you quiet your mind and listen to your spiritual self, what is it saying to you right now? Open your heart to your higher power. Is there a perspective that God can offer you? Take a deep breath once again, and stay here with your emotions.


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