thank you so far to those who have sent in the applications for fox magazine! (application can be found here) You can still send in applications and when a few more come in, then I will make some decisions. I will be accepting some people, and others I will not get back to on, because we are keeping you in mind for in the future when another spot is open. Thank you again and you can still send in your applications!
Heartbreak just sucks all around and there’s no other way to put it. Going to bed with tears streaming down your cheeks and waking up with nothing but pain and heartache is anything but glamorous. The thing that probably hurts the most is trying to make sense of the situation, trying to figure out what went wrong and whether or not it was something you did wrong. Every little thing reminds you of that one person who you thought really cared for you but for some reason they decided to end things. No one wants to face heartache, but here are some ways to ease the pain during the transition:
- A very common mistake is to want to sit around and take some time to absorb what happened but the reality is you’re going to need to go out and occupy your time so you’re not dwelling
- Just sitting around pondering what you could have done better in the relationship or why you guys broke up makes you look obsessive so keeping busy is nice
- Go read a book! It helps get your mind off of all the stuff that’s been going on!
- It never hurts to express how you’re feeling and let it all out whether you’re by yourself or with your best friend. The few days following the initial heartbreak will typically consist of sleeping, crying, staying in bed, annihilating a batch of brownies, and even more crying. Don’t hesitate letting it out because trust me when I say it’ll help make things easier
- Crying at home is good because you can just let it all out and you can scream and shout and break stuff that you won’t regret breaking later, and not do that in public
- Before you start to go through your camera roll and look at old photos of you two together, keep in mind that the only way to move on is to avoid dwelling. What happened between you two was obviously for a reason and you need to give yourself time to heal before you go through everything. My advice for you would be to put all of the photos, screenshots, and videos under one album on your phone and don’t let yourself go through them until you know you’re ready
- As cliche as it sounds everything does happen for a reason. Maybe you two will get back together some day but for now you shouldn’t revert back to the situation and try to figure out where everything went wrong. You probably didn’t do anything wrong and don’t get in the mindset where you’re telling yourself that you guys aren’t together because “he isn’t ready”, that you two will end up together in the future, or that if you try your hardest to make it work that he’d contribute too