When you were in your teens, you must have had a breakup at least once. During teenage, it is very easy to love because you are young and carefree.

Today, many people aren’t very happy when they are not in a relationship. It has become fashionable. It feels great to know that you are attracted to another person; there is the sense of happiness and comfort in realizing that you aren’t alone.

How do we define true love?
Is this true love or a spell of addiction? We literally depend on the support of another person when we get into a relationship. We think of forgetting about the affection we had for our exes in the past and try to focus on our new relationship by sharing quality time with the new person.

At the start, we are glued to the love and attention from our partner so much that when there is an argument, we find it difficult to accept where things have gone wrong. Then next thing we try to do is to make amends. We share our point of view to our partners and hope that they understand it. If for any reason this does not work out, we end up depressed and feeling blue.

How to deal with the depression
The first thing is to consider if you truly love your partner. Were you genuinely in love? Or was it just the fashionability of been in a relationship?

It is crucial to understand this because it will help you get over your ex real quick. The realization that you were not really in love with them creates a sense of relief.
It’s just normal to be depressed if your relationship doesn’t get well as expected.

A few tips to help you deal with post-break-up depression:

    You need to ACCEPT the situation if you wish to move on. This is the quickest way to be relieved or get over your ex

    Tears cannot bring the person back! Be firm, seek closure and discontinue contact with them.

    Get rid of all the things that bring them into mind. Discard photo and other items you exchanged during your relationship.

    Go out there and meet friends, try not to be alone and wallow in self-pity. The company of other people will give less time to think and wallow about your ex.

Time heals the best; Allow yourself some time, the pain will ease up and you will soon be able to think rationally again.