Heartbreak During The Holidays

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Heartbreak During The Holidays

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( Photo Credit via Pixabay )

( Photo Credit via Pixabay )

Going through heartbreak through the holidays is very hard. There is so much joy and happiness during the holidays but one simple break up could lead to make the whole month a horrible experience. There are different ways to cope with break up during the holidays.

One of the biggest issues anyone will face during the holiday season during a break up will be facing people who want to know where that significant other is. Parties, family dinners, and gift exchanges galore means that someone will most likely bump into another that they haven’t seen in awhile -who want to know how their relationship is going.

Many people cope differently than others during certain times. Some will push right through their heartaches and put family forward while others, it’s hard to even get out of the house. If December is the worst time of year to deal with heartache, January is one of the best. January is a new year and pushing away hard and sad feelings is for the best. The New Year is full of good things, new beginnings and the chance to recreate a new chapter of life. Making a list of all the things that would be good to accomplish in the New Year and get started ASAP!

Taking a break from social media is always one of the best things to do after and during a break up. It is especially important to disconnect oneself from the internet while going through a holiday heartbreak.

One of the main things to remember when going through such a hard time during the holidays is to try and keep the holiday spirit, think positive about a new life, and just enjoy being by oneself. Go out for a walk in the snow, get to know the area more, learn to live fully without someone else having to be by one’s side.