Letter to beloved Apass(#Guliwano) on your Current Situation.
Can your ex or secret admirer be bad for you, health-wise? In a word, yes ask comic singer Alexander Bagonza aka Apass: It seems as though he has experienced the list of ways an ex/secret admirer can be bad for someones’ health.
Of course, it would be awesome to just sidestep the whole thing, but if you have an ex/secret admirer(Flavia Tumusime) like for Apass the GOAT, you know that there is usually some sort of aftermath that comes post-breakup and moving on.
Even if it’s a totally mutual move on, amicable split, exes can cause a kickback — and a world of problems. According to various experts in the field of love, dating and relationships, exes/secret admirers can be straight-up terrible for your health.
If you’re involved in a painful breakup, there is all the more chance that you’ll come down with something one of my experts called “ex-itis.” Yup, that’s a thing — and you’ve probably come down with it at least once.
Actually, you’ve probably come down with some form of it every single time you’ve weathered a breakup. For your sake Apass, I hope that number is small, but most of us have been through the wringer several times.
Apass here is part 1 of the concrete steps you can take that will facilitate the comeback process: and stop weeping for us instead of focusing on giving us hit songs like #Guliwano.
1. Let go of the fantasy.
Many people don’t realize that a large majority of the pain they experience during a break-up/ or moving on has nothing to do with the relationship they really had.
Relationships always end for a reason. It is rarely a complete surprise because things generally haven’t been going well for a while. There is often a long list of what each person did or didn’t do that led to all the fighting and hurt feelings.
Most people don’t want back the relationship they actually had. What they mourn for is the relationship they thought they could have had if things had just been different. But the truth is, that relationship didn’t exist. Letting go of a dream can be painful. When the relationship first started there were expectations set for what it could be based on the good things that seemed to be unfolding at the time. Almost all relationships are great in the beginning—otherwise they would have never started—but the whole of a relationship is what it was from beginning to end.
Because our mind is trying to heal our heart, the painful memories often get shifted to the background and we find ourselves remembering and longing for the good times. We forget who the person really was and idealize who we wanted them to be.
Apass a good strategy for getting past these moments is to simply write down every painful thing you can remember happening during the relationship and read it over to yourself while making the effort to vividly recall those memories until the painful feelings subside. The point here isn’t to stay angry, but to remember the full truth of why the relationship ended. Eventually, letting go of these events will be an important part of the forgiveness and healing process, but in order to let go of something you must first acknowledge and accept that it happened (congs that you did accept your loss) but we the association of small men as fellow comedian Salvador says we are weeping together with you, stay calm bro lets make the money.
2. Make peace with the past.
Apass When someone(Flavia for your case) treats you poorly or does something hurtful(by moving on), it is a natural and healthy response to feel some anger and pain. Anger helps you be aware of situations that are not in your best interest and can facilitate the separation process from an unhealthy relationship but stop crying and taking a few days instead of week from social media holiday.
But when we hold on to anger and resentment from past experiences we take them with us into the future. Nothing hurts more than when someone you love does something that causes you to reevaluate who you believed them to be. When someone betrays the trust you gave, it is painful. But letting what someone else did limit your ability to move forward means they still exert control over your life,any way thank you for crying with that money because you said it has helped fight the stress, be strong Apass. Forgive yourself and focus on giving us Hit songs like #Guliwano,#Didada,#Mummy and a lot more.
Nothing can keep you from a happier future than a lingering relationship wound. We’ve all been there: Experiencing good love gone bad is painful. It doesn’t really matter what the circumstances were, or who was right and who was wrong. The bottom line is that it hurts and that the pain is preventing you from moving forward. While time is the best healer,Apass stop crying on social media
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