Get over an ex-girlfriend (by refocusing your energy) When dealing with a break up you’re going to find you have a lot more free time than before.
Make a list of where you two have gone off the rails. You know something is wrong between you and him, so do you just pull the trigger, kill this relationship dead and move on? Look at what you used to have between the two of you and what you've got now.One of the most effective ways of breaking the cycle of depression that comes when getting over a break up is to stay active and exercise.Not only will exercise release endorphins in your brain (which puts you in a good mood) but that feeling of accomplishment that comes after a tough workout (and the results you’ll see as your body) will help you build confidence.Women, however, understand that I am addressing the phenomenon of rushing into a new relationship after the dissolution of an old one.
And while men aren't the only ones guilty of this relationship ricochet, they are, by far, the most-likely to engage in this particular type of reactionary behavior.confidence, high self-esteem, etc) and turned off by the weakness (e.g.nervousness, anxiety, low self-esteem, etc), if he tries to “get out there and meet women” in a state of low confidence, he will get rejected most times that he tries.If you think with some tweaking, you can get your relationship running smooth, then it's worth doing, isn't it?You've assessed how you feel, now for the tough stuff.You could easily believe the rapidity of his action indicates he isn't at all broken up about your break-up, that he had no deep feelings for you and he cavalierly is humming to himself, "Another One Bites The Dust." Those assumptions would be perfectly reasonable. Men Are Simple You see, when men invest emotionally in a relationship, their feelings run as deeply as yours, whether they show it or now.