Westwood Matchmaking Service | How to Mend a Broken Heart

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When the breakup is fresh, you will experience a lot of emotions. Most of them mixed. You’re on an emotional roller coaster that’s putting you on the edge of drunk texting them a posting or a sappy love song.

But why don’t we make this experience easier on you? There a few things you can do that will help you get through this very difficult time. A few things that make it a learning experience rather than a Spanish soap opera. It’s going to be very difficult to get over them and move on, but you’ll pull through – we promise.

Let our Westwood matchmaking service show you some simple tips to mend your broken heart in no time.

  1. Know That It’s Okay to Feel Sad


Maybe you’re known for the being the toughest one out of your group of friends. But we’re not sure what that means since everyone has emotions. So, if you’re sad, know that it’s okay to be sad. You don’t have to pretend that you don’t care or that you don’t have feelings. If anything, it will just be more obvious to people that you do care.

  1. Clean Your House


We know you might be thinking that it’s a weird time to clean your home, but trust us, it’s the perfect time. It’s easy to feel depressed when your home is a total mess. Give it a quick scrub, light some candles, and enjoy your nice clean house.

  1. Look at the Positives in the Relationship


Yes, it ended, but the relationship taught you many valuable lessons. Whether it was a good or bad relationship, you learned about yourself and what you look for in a partner. This isn’t easy. It may make you depressed when you think about the time you spent with them, but look at your relationship as a learning experience.

  1. Talk It Out


What else are best friends for if not to listen to you when you are depressed from your breakup? Sit down with your best friends and let it all out. They’re there to support you, to provide you with a shoulder to cry on. If you don’t feel comfortable doing that, then get professional help from a therapist. Whatever you do, don’t keep it all bottled up inside.

  1. Take Time to Heal


Your friends and family know you are sad, so they’ll push you to get out of your house. Go ahead and get out of the house to distract yourself. However, if you don’t feel like going, tell them that you don’t want to go out. It’s perfectly healthy to stay in and watch movies at home. You don’t always need to be out partying every weekend, especially since alcohol is a depressant.

  1. Don’t Burn Their Things


We know you’ll be tempted to chuck their things out of the window or set them on fire, but don’t do it. Put them in a box and give them to a friend to hold onto. When you’re healed, you’ll regret destroying those things because at the end of the day this person was a huge part of your life.

  1. Enjoy Life


You won’t want to go out every weekend, but you’ll certainly get the urge to go out once in a while. Enjoy yourself and hang out with friends. Remember that life goes on. There are people out there who would love to meet you, so pull yourself together and get out of your house.

  1. Revamp Your Social Media


It’s time to revamp your social media accounts. You were probably a little tamer because you were in a relationship, but now you are single. So, why not post a new profile picture looking stunning. You need to show the world that you are ready to be back.

Once you’re healed and ready to start dating again, contact our Westwood matchmaking service. Let us help you ease back into the Los Angeles dating scene. To reserve your FREE (90-minute) matchmaking consultation, simply fill out the confidential form at the top of the page today!