The #1 Instant Trick To Cure Heartbreak

I Can’t Get Her Out Of My Head!

You wonder how this could happen to you? This feeling is like nothing else. You’ve been through breakups before but this feels different. Painful. Intense. Obsessive. You wonder when these thoughts of her are going to stop. It leaves you wanting to crawl out of your skin. To be someone else for a day. A day where you could be the “old you”, the confident, powerful, guy you used to know.

Brain Chemistry Is A Bitch

What most people don’t realize when going through a breakup is that something else is causing you this pain besides her. Yes, that’s right, there’s a secret ingredient to your pain that you are unaware of. It’s working against you as we speak.

It’s your brain! Your brain that’s supposed to be supporting you through this challenging time is currently working against you.

Don’t worry, the good news is that it’s temporary. Your brain is currently adapting to life without her which is why you’re feeling like you have a phantom limb. While you were together your mind got used to having her around, receiving love, affection, even the little things that she would do for you that you didn’t normally do for yourself. It basically took a backseat, relaxed, and got used to the chemical love hits she gave you.

So, what now, do you just sit back and wait for the pain to stop? Or do you do something about it?

Change Your Mind

Our brains are wired for patterns. We get used to having stuff, then when it’s gone we freak out. You have conditioned yourself to receive love from her, and you still crave it. If you want to stop craving her you’ll have to trick your mind.

One simple way to trick your mind is to change your routine. There are many ways you can achieve this. The best way to do this is in your physical world. The more your life looks different the more it will step out of it’s cloudy funk.

Try enrolling a friend to rearrange your furniture in your home. If you can do your routine backwards, if you’re used to going to the gym at night go in the morning. If you’re used to spending evenings alone spend them with friends. If you’re used to watching TV all weekend get outdoors.

These things may seem obvious, or maybe they seem daunting. When your in a state of depression the last thing you want to do is get active, yet is the #1 thing that will give you instant relief. By telling your mind that you’re going to do things differently, you’re basically saying to your brain, “I’m in charge, now!”


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