Being in a bad relationship can be emotionally draining and bouncing back from the same can prove to be very tough. After one has experienced this phase, it becomes difficult for a person to trust someone or fall in love again. The same has happened with the disciplined dean Monica from Doctor Don. She has had a tough relationship in the past and her wounds still haven’t healed. The dean tries hard to forget her past and start a fresh chapter in her life but the memories still haunt her. Some of you must have also fallen for the wrong person and we understand that the betrayal can be too hard to handle sometimes. But instead of crying over spilled milk, you need to bounce back stronger. Want to know how? We have some tips that may help you. Read on!
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1. One bad chapter does not mean it’s the end
When emotions are running wild, it’s important to stay calm. To achieve this, you can always seek advice from counselors or talk to your close friends/family. We are sure they’ll make things easy for you and letting it out, will make you feel lighter.
2. Pamper yourself
You may be single currently but you can use this time to do some soul-searching and set some goals that you always wanted to achieve. Develop some hobbies or learn something new. This will refresh your mind and will also help heal the wounds faster. It happens quite often that we tend to forget who we really are when we are in toxic relationships. So now that you have no strings attached, go ahead and pamper yourself with some delicious food or a nice trip with your buddies!
3. Cut the cord
Many a time, we preserve those lovely gifts and messages from our partners as a memory. And another thing that worsens the situation is social media. You obviously feel like keeping a tab on the person that broke your heart right? But still, you cannot beat the emotional elephant within you. We advise you to take a stand and break all social connections. Do whatever is needed to get that person out of sight, out of mind. This will help you recover faster and you’ll soon be ready to fall in love!
4. Cry for now but not forever
After having experienced a toxic relationship, it’s natural for you to feel like crying and that’s completely okay! However, remember that while it’s okay to grieve, you need to limit the sadness gradually. Always look forward to the future and avoid wasting time crying over the past. Don’t punish yourself for the person who cares the least for you!
What would you do to bounce back from a bad relationship? Let us know in the comments below!
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