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24 Tips for Your Emotional Healing in 2024

  1. Give yourself a break if you're heartbroken. Remember that you’re not yourself right now, and that’s okay.

  2. Surround yourself with positive things whether it’s friends, music, books, or television.

  3. Get some fresh air. Fresh air is an amazing mood booster.

  4. Get some exercise. A quick walk around the block is enough to clear your head, even for a moment.

  5. Journal. Grab your favourite notebook and pen and pour out your thoughts on paper.

  6. Find a support group for your specific need whether in-person or through a private Facebook group.

  7. Make a list of other struggles you’ve overcome. It will give you hope that this too shall pass.

  8. Practice gratitude. Remember what you have to be thankful for. Even if you start with one or two things, it’s enough to get the ball rolling.

  9. Thank the people in your life who support you in good times and bad.

  10. Let go of wrong mindsets. Are you always feeling down about yourself? Ask a friend or family member to remind you of your good qualities and write them down so you’ll remember. Are you always negative? Try to find a silver lining in your situation.

  11. Forgive. You’re the one bitterness hurts the most. Give yourself a gift by forgiving those who have hurt you.

  12. Remember that forgiveness is a process, and that it’s not the easiest thing to do.

  13. Remember that forgiveness doesn’t mean reconciliation or acceptance of bad behaviour.

  14. Practice self-care. Do you like to read, exercise, paint, or play an instrument? Do the things that make you feel good.

  15. If you’re angry, feel the anger in a way that doesn’t hurt someone else. Don’t suppress it.

  16. If you’re sad, cry. Don’t keep the sadness locked inside.

  17. You may take one step forward only to take another step back. This is normal and perfectly okay.

  18. Manage your expectations for yourself and others. Don’t expect too much too soon.

  19. Set boundaries. Say no without guilt. You don’t even have to explain. No is a complete sentence.

  20. Talk to others who have been where you are now. Their stories and advice will encourage you.

  21. Don’t numb your pain with shopping, drugs or alcohol, or food.

  22. Have hope for your future. Heartbreak hurts bad, but your life isn’t over.

  23. When you feel up to it, dream a little. Set your mind on what’s to come.

  24. Remember that heartbreak and grief are part of life but so are happy times and joy. There is a time for everything as the Bible says.


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