The breakups are always very painful. Despite the fact that suffering is inevitable, there are a series of positive thoughts and popular phrases that can help you overcome sadness and change your perspective on things:

5 Phrases that generate positive thoughts to overcome a breakup

1. “When a door closes a window opens”

Many people tend to dramatize when a relationship ends thinking that they will never find someone like their former partner, however, they must be aware that a new world of opportunities has opened up when that relationship ends. It is true that you will not live moments with that person you loved but now is the time to go out into the world and discover new people who bring you the same and even more than what you got in your previous relationship.

2. “If you don’t turn the page you will never know how the story ends”

When a relationship ends, very few people manage to overcome sadness without spending hours and hours reliving memories and trying to find a way to rebuild them. In this way, the only thing that is achieved is wasting time. The obsession with the past and the fixation on seeking answers to questions such as “What have I done wrong?”, “Why is it over ?”, “Will we ever get back together?” prevent progress and heal wounds. You have to fill yourself with positive thoughts and look ahead.

3. “Don’t let the trees prevent you from seeing the forest”

One of the most common phrases to overcome this type of situation. A breakup is not pleasant for anyone. Those who suffer it must assimilate the pain and accept the loss of a person who has been very important in their life. However, it cannot be generalized. It is true that the field of sentimental relationships has been left empty causing a lot of suffering but that does not mean that everything should be seen in gray. There are many other things in life to enjoy and that bring happiness. It is advisable for the person who is experiencing the break to let themselves be carried away by positive thoughts, focus on their work, play sports, do your favorite activities and surround yourself with loved ones who give you good times. When you open your eyes and discover this wide range of possibilities, the anguish about the end of the relationship will diminish.

5. “A nail pulls out another nail” or “The sea is full of fish”

When you start a relationship, you tend to idealize the other person and think that no one will ever be able to take their place. It is a very common mistake that you should try to avoid as soon as possible. These types of phrases do not mean that you have to run out into the street to find another partner, but rather that the relationship has ended and there is no type of obligation to “mourn”. The freedom of being single can be enjoyed from the moment the breakup takes place. Many people convince themselves that they are not ready to meet anyone yet and linger on this thought for long periods of time. It should not be like that. There is no denying the good times lived with the other person but neither the possibility of doing it with a different person. The world is full of wonderful people who can contribute a lot of things. The end of a relationship does not mean that that person’s love life is over forever.

6. “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger”

Each break carries a lesson with it. No matter how painful it may be to say goodbye to the person you love the most, do not forget everything you have learned with them. The next relationship will probably be much better because the people involved will have managed to discover what they are really looking for in a partner and above all they will have known themselves much more. Staying single is a perfect opportunity to change and improve all those things that you don’t like about yourself.

Elle Mcdonald

I am Elle Mcdonald Specializations in Psychology . Graduated in psychology from the University of Tennessee in 2000. Diploma of Advanced Studies in the Department of Personality, Evaluation and psychological treatments with excellent results.

First Level of Master in Clinical Psychology at the Center for Behavioral Therapists (recognized with a scientific-professional nature by the College of Psychologists)

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