Some women just seem to be able to let go of the pain, doubts and fears of a breakup and move on quickly.
They will often get involved with a new guy very quickly. But is this really the best way to get over an ex boyfriend?
For most people the answer would be no, it’s not.
The biggest reason is that many of these women who rush right from one relationship to the next either aren’t really in love with their boyfriend
(it takes a long time to get over someone you love, in many cases you never totally get over them) or they are just burying their pain and not dealing with it.
Going from one guy to another just to avoid feeling the pain of a break up can really be bad for your emotional health.
While it may not be fun, it’s necessary to allow yourself time to heal. If you just try to push the feelings and the pain way down deep inside, it will come back up and bite you when you least expect it.
Much better to actually deal with it and then move on.
That way you can have a healthy, loving relationship in the future and you don’t have to worry about dragging a lot of baggage with you from one relationship to another.
And in case you’re wondering, the best way to deal with it is to keep positive, surround yourself with supportive friends and family, and give it time.
By focusing your time and attention on only positive, uplifting activities will you really be able to heal and move on.
Allowing yourself as much time as you need to really get over an ex boyfriend is the only smart path to follow.
Yes, it’s painful but better to feel the pain and move past it now than to bury it and have it come back up and hurt you over and over again.