How can I go living without her when she's been my everything?
Last Updated: 03/23/2020 at 7:56pm
Brenda Munroe, LCSW
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), I have worked with individuals of all ages. My work with clients is supportive, interactive and nonjudgmental.
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I can understand how difficult life can be after losing a loved one, but I can assure you that life goes on. I can't tell you how to live your life-- that's something that you have to decide for yourself-- but you must not give up hope. Time heals all wounds, and all pain is temporary. The pain you feel now with dull with time and understanding, until you're at last back up on your feet again. How you do that is completely up to you.
Separations are always difficult. So is charge. But it is a part of life and we've got to keep on moving. As difficult as it might be, we need to eventually come out of our past.
There was a time when she was a stranger, when you didn't even know her. You must try and go further, keep on changing yourself, because you don't need anyone but you, you don't need anyone to love you, just yourself.
You have many other things in your life. She may have seemed to be everything, but she was only one thing. It's hard to get over her, but you will!
It's simple, when you feel pain, only you will feel it while others sympathise and when you die, you'll die alone so why bound yourself with a person? If she lives inside you physically and not metaphorically, then you can't live without her but if she does'nt then you can!
Spend time with people who make you happy: friends and/or family members. Do things you enjoy with or without people to keep your mind off her so you stay busy. As time goes by, the pain will be easier to live with. And you might fall for someone else who falls for you too.
Life always give many chances don't think this is end of everything and do something new and think differently.
Try doing something to distract yourself so you don't think about her so much. It may be hard but life keeps moving no matter what.
Maybe we will find peace in giving away a part of us , let that piece of you go away because you will never know if you will get a fitted piece back into place, just love her enough to live without her.
I feel happy to do the things which she used to do for her happiness and find my happiness with the people around me ,It just a game of mind and heart together,if you handle one you can handle other one,means if you set your mind that you will go without her and move your life, am sure you can and you will because you have to change your mind and concentrate on the things which are your around you,if you find another one,its hell better option because after few weeks you will get used of it and new one will be more impressed because in first relationship you got loyalty and sincerity which is much expensive for everybody even your family value these things, but please be humble and positive in your life always, be kind to yourself because you are unique and attractive person at this planet.
Slowly grieve. Sounds like you need time.. Give yourself time and then slowly but surely let yourself live
Sometimes things changes, and you have to accept the changes and move on. Respect the decision that u guys have made and be happy for one another.
Find a new hobby or chase after her! If she's your everything show her! Show her you really care, that you care enough to chase after her!
You have to find something new to fill her space whether it be another person, animal, passion, sport, club, or hobbie
Losing a significant other causes a deep emotional pain and burden in our lives. I can relate! When I am experiencing lows throughout the day, I have to stop and accept those feelings. Heartbreak can take over your mind, body and spiritually cause a grievance of ongoing pain that seems impossible to digest. The hardest part is accepting that it is over and moving on with your life. It is completely normal to feel lost and down without someone who was such a big part of your life! Time heals even the deepest of wounds. Please feel free to reach out too, we are here to help, listen and can definitely empathize with these feelings!
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