quick tips on getting over a breakup

I love these tips I saw in an Instagram post the other day… super simple and SUPER helpful! Check it out: Block them on everything Redirect your thinking to focus on YOU when you think of them Don’t stalk them Change your “why me”mindset to “I’m grateful for this lesson” Mic Drop.

emotional pain > physical pain

I think some people don’t understand just how painful a breakup can be. Often times, friends and family of the afflicted will provide advice like: “you can do better”, “your ex ain’t shit”, “there are plenty of fish in the sea” and a slew of other things meant to help you out. Don’t get meContinue reading “emotional pain > physical pain”

when it doesn’t go as planned

Sometimes it can feel like we have to start all over again. When you’re so sure about something and then it doesn’t turn out how you planned, well yeah, this can be a huge bummer. It’s a time when maybe we have to admit we were wrong. This can bring on guilt, anger and uncertainty.Continue reading “when it doesn’t go as planned”

when you’re stuck

The hardest part of change is not making the same choices you did the day before. It’s going to feel uncomfortable, and unfamiliar. There will be uncertainty and unpredictability. And in that moment, the game is ON. The body and mind would rather live in fear than trust in the unknown. When we feel thatContinue reading “when you’re stuck”

Day 3: sorrow

It’s Day 3 since I ended the friendship with him. I feel deep sorrow today. I have been sad and irritable. (Also, I’m getting my period soon, so that can explain my mood). Trying to make myself feel better, I started obnoxiously singing along to Christmas music in the car. It was certainly distracting. (IContinue reading “Day 3: sorrow”