It is not easy to blame someone for ending a relationship. In most cases, the two people in the couple are responsible for the breakup.

So, regardless of whether you believe you have no guilt, or all guilt in the world, strive to balance that feeling. After the end of a courtship, there is no point in fueling a rage against you or the other, this will only make the process of overcoming take longer. Now that the relationship is over, try to move on and try not to think so much of who was to blame.

Deep down, we all know what we feel, and when there is an end to a relationship, it is no different. Therefore, dribbling your feelings or pretending that you are not feeling anything will not help anyone, least of all yourself. Feel what you need to feel, be it sadness, anger or whatever. Do not rush or lie about what you are feeling because it will not help you in the long run, on the contrary, it will only be harmful.

When a relationship ends, we often feel lost or believe that our lives are now empty. This happens often because in a relationship we make plans with the loved one for a future that we want to spend together. When there is an end of the relationship, however, all these objectives and goals that have been set are no longer valid.

So, one of the best pieces of advice we can give you is that, after a breakup or marriage, think about what you want to do or achieve for your future. Make plans, set goals, pursue goals you want to accomplish. At first, your plans don’t have to be the most elaborate, start with something simpler.

At the end of a relationship it is common to be careless or forget a little. After a breakup, for example, we often just want to stay at home in bed doing nothing. And even though reflecting on what happened is important to overcome it, it is also essential not to forget to take care of yourself.

So, for a little better this “post-break-up” depression, take off your pajamas, take a nice hot bath, go back to eating healthy and exercising and going out with friends.

Just as it is important to take care of yourself after an end of a relationship, it is also good to take the time to rediscover yourself. When you live as a couple, you run the risk of forgetting or losing a little of your identity, a little of what makes you be you.

So, after a break up, think about what really makes you happy, what upsets you, what irritates you and what depresses you. Also think of the things you like to do that you may have missed when you were in a relationship and the things you hated to do when you were with your ex and that you can now just stop.

Also try to chase dreams that may have been left behind, and if you were already thinking about making any changes to your hair or dress, or even getting a piercing or tattoo, make your plans a reality.