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What You Can Do To Get Back On Track After a Bad Breakup

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A recent study found that the average relationship lasts around two years. Being in a relationship with a person who is manipulative and narcissistic can be absolutely exhausting. While it may take a while to get out of one of these relationships, you will eventually become strong enough to end it. In order to get back on track after a bad breakup, you have to find ways to take your mind off of the past. 

If all you do is sit around dwelling on what could have been, you will never build a new life. Are you trying to get your life back on track following a bad breakup? If so, check out the great tips below. 

Taking a Social Media Break Is a Good Idea

Using social media is something most American adults do on a daily basis. While social media websites like Facebook are a great tool to use when trying to connect with friends and family members, it can also be a platform for drama following a bad breakup. Getting on social media and arguing with your ex is a horrible idea. This is why you should seriously think about taking a break from social media for a while. 

After being involved in a particularly toxic relationship, you need to focus on rebuilding your sense of self. Social media may present you with temptations like looking at what your ex is up to. This may stunt your personal growth and healing, which is why you need to exercise some self-control and stay off of social media. 

Put Your Anger and Frustration to Good Use

After ending an abusive relationship, it is perfectly normal to feel angry about things in your past. Instead of allowing this anger and frustration to rule your life, you need to find ways to get rid of it. If you are looking for a constructive way to get rid of anger and frustration, then going to a local gym (or exercising at home) is a great idea. Working out is a good way to get rid of nervous energy and to get fit at the same time. 

Your main focus should be on building a better future following your breakup. Getting fit is an integral part of rebuilding your body and mind after years of abuse.

Stay Connected to Your Support System to Avoid Gaslighting

Narcissists do everything they can to isolate you and cut off your support system.

You can guarantee a narcissist will use this to their advantage to further isolate, brainwash, and gaslight you.

As you distance yourself from the narcissist, use that time to reconnect with friends and family or form new (healthy) connections with people you trust.

Don’t downplay the situation at home or make excuses for the narcissist.

You need these connections as a support system. They’re vital for fending off gaslighting and validating the abuse. Plus, they’ll be there for you on the other side when this is all said and done.

How to Get Help

If you believe you’re experiencing narcissistic abuse, you don’t have to tolerate it. Consider whether or not the relationship is doing you more harm than good.

Don’t blame yourself. A person’s choice to be abusive isn’t because of anything you’re doing or not doing. You’re not the cause for their behavior, no matter what they say.

Taking care of yourself is the biggest priority if you’re trying to get back on track after a bad breakup. 

Get Started On The Stages of Healing After Narcissistic Abuse

One of my greatest passions is helping previously victimized people become empowered. If you are ready for this astounding upleveling, the best thing you can do is join the Break Free community. 

My best recommendation is to find an online program to keep you on track and to offer support.  The Break Free Program has been vetted by therapists and neuropsychologists as an effective step toward getting over narcissistic abuse. Aside from keeping you safe from narcissists, it also empowers you to go out into the world with confidence.

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  1. ✅ Dramatically overpower your addiction to the narcissist so you can stop being their victim
  2. ✅ Get to a place of acceptance so you can stop doubting yourself over your decision to heal your life
  3. ✅ Set limits and create stronger boundaries against emotional manipulation that has caused you to act out of character
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