“He heals the brokenhearted, and binds up their wounds.” Psalm 147:3
After six months of dating, my first relationship ended at a Starbucks.
Two weeks before Valentine’s Day.
Before it happened, I sensed something was off in our relationship. But I pushed that uncomfortable feeling away when he abruptly said he wanted to meet. One minute I was happy to see him and the next I was darting into the restroom to bawl my eyes out after he explained the reasons we couldn’t continue our relationship (which is an entirely different blog post, friends).
I was a blubbery mess. I was shook.
Suddenly, I understood why the end of a relationship is called a breakup. It hurts, a lot.
And unless you end up marrying the first person you date, you are going to go through this awful thing. So let me offer some post-breakup self-care advice to help you heal. And trust me, it does get better.
1. Let people love you.
I don’t like for people to know when I am struggling with anything….