How to Fix a Broken Heart?How to Fix a Broken Heart?
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How to Fix a Broken Heart?

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Guy Winch

There is nothing worse than heartache. Not only does it feel awful, but it is also harmful to our mental and physical well-being. It takes time for healing to take place, however. Support is also necessary. It can be difficult to find that. We often encounter exasperation from others when it takes us so long to recover from the loss of a beloved pet or a breakup. Even worse, we are often overly critical of ourselves and judgmental of how we feel. What can be done to escape this cycle of negativity? Put an end to negativity, and be more compassionate, patient, and mindful. Avoid idealizing your ex! Those who have been heartbroken after a breakup often romanticize their ex. As a result, they increase their longing for their former partner and forget all the negative aspects of that relationship. Your healing process will be greatly accelerated if you avoid this.

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This book's goal is to provide hope to people who are grieving and broken-hearted. Guy Winch reminds his readers that although time is the great healer, there are still steps you can take to accelerate the healing process. With psychologically penetrating advice and scientific research behind it, this handbook is the perfect companion for the lovelorn.

Book summary

There is nothing worse than heartache. Not only does it feel awful, but it is also harmful to our mental and physical well-being. It takes time for healing to take place, however. Support is also necessary. It can be difficult to find that. We often encounter exasperation from others when it takes us so long to recover from the loss of a beloved pet or a breakup. Even worse, we are often overly critical of ourselves and judgmental of how we feel. What can be done to escape this cycle of negativity? Put an end to negativity, and be more compassionate, patient, and mindful. Avoid idealizing your ex! Those who have been heartbroken after a breakup often romanticize their ex. As a result, they increase their longing for their former partner and forget all the negative aspects of that relationship. Your healing process will be greatly accelerated if you avoid this.

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The unrealistic expectations society has about recovering from heartbreak are internalized by us.

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Both the body and the brain are affected by heartbreak.

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Heartbroken people often blame themselves for breakups and reject reasonable explanations.

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Healing becomes easier when we practice letting go and showing compassion to ourselves.

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Practicing mindfulness and connecting with your inner self will make healing easier.

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