How To Move On After You’ve Been Dumped

I recently came across this video which quickly explains how to move on after you’ve been hurt in a relationship.

I love the message Dr. Phil is espousing because when you realize that the person who hurt you, was the wrong person for you and they’re actually doing you  a favor, it is a lot easier to move on.

Watch Here…

Hope this helps!

Much Love,

Joe

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7 thoughts on “How To Move On After You’ve Been Dumped

  1. Linda Haskell says:

    This is helpful BUT it doesn’t take away the hurtful things your ex said to you about you, your behavior or the reasons he wanted out. I know who I am, what kind of person and friend to others I am BUT words from someone you love can be cruel and far reaching. I have moved on and like to think I am a stronger, better person. The pain is still
    there. Any other suggestions?

  2. Melissa says:

    It’s natural to be hurt and have pain but work on yourself. Working on you is what I find is the best therapy next to laughing with old friends. Do things you enjoy. As long as you know who you are, don’t let those hurtful words have power over you.
    You can’t change what happened in the past only in your present amd future. Learn and move forwards. Know it’s healthy to hurt and there is nothing wrong with that.

  3. Becca says:

    I have been trying to gracefully exit a relationship for the past 6 months. The two times we did seriously discuss, he made me question things and said we could work thru them if we talked them out. I did bring up a few things but not all. Be wants to fix them all. I want him to just be who he is and find the right person. All along i have felt something has been missing and i now attribute it towards the things that have been bothering me. I feel on many levels him changing will be temporary and its just putting off the inevitable. I dont see a reason to list out to him every detail i have issue with. He’s a good man. Just not the man for me long term. Sometimes its difficult to get past the the things that are good and look at the entire relationship and be able to say this wont work long term. I guess what I’m trying to say no matter what side of this you are on, its very difficult.

    • Yes it can be difficult. That is why only a small percentage of people get to experience the long lasting marriage/relationship they really want in their life.

      Those who are courageous enough to give up the good to go for the great are the ones who die with a smile on their face

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