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  • #335300
    Harshita
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    Hello All,

    Its been 3 months since my boyfriend and I broke up but whenever i try to move on or get better, something happens and i relapse. Leaving him and moving on is becoming very hard on me. He has already moved on and got a new girlfriend and went on vacation with her. I am happy for him and somewhere i know that we were not good for each other, as i wasn’t happy with him which is why we broke up. But it is so hard too accept and actually implement it. I am trying to go around meet new people do new things such as reading books, watching movies, drawing, painting etc to take my mind off him, but nothing seems to be working for me. I feel like applying Law of Attraction to try to attract him back but deep down somewhere i know this break up is the right thing for me, that we don’t end up together as we wanted different things from our partners.

    Please if anyone can suggest me what i should do? How should i move on?

    #335338
    anita
    Participant

    Dear Harshita:

    Welcome back. How about psychotherapy? Maybe in quality psychotherapy you can shine the light on places where you can find the answer to “How to let it go?”-

    – sometimes a cookie-cutter answer (a one answer fits all), such as “meet new people do new things” is not enough because we need an answer that fits us as individuals, taking into consideration our individual experience of childhood and on.

    What do you think?

    anita

    #335620
    Harshita
    Participant

    Hello Anita,

    Thank you for your response. Can you please suggest any platform for psychotherapy?

    Thanks

    #335672
    anita
    Participant

    Dear Harshita:

    You are welcome. Can you explain to me what you mean by the word “platform” in your question: “can you please suggest any platform for psychotherapy?”

    Also, did you ever attend psychotherapy and if you did, what was that experience for you?

    anita

    #335978
    Harshita
    Participant

    Hello Anita,

    No. I haven’t attended any psychotherapy. To be honest, I have heard the term first time from yourself.

    Thanks

    #336036
    anita
    Participant

    Dear Harshita:

    No, I never used the words “platform therapy”. I used words like competent therapy and quality therapy. I also shared about Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) which I attended myself. I shared about Mindfulness as a solid part of modern psychotherapy.

    What kinds of psychotherapies are available and accessible to you where you live?

    anita

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