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  • Breakups are hard.

    分手很難熬。

  • Whether you're the dumper or the dumpee, it's a very difficult thing to deal with.

    不論你是提分手或被甩的人,這都是很難面對的事。

  • It might feel like you'll never make it out of the heart-shattering sadness.

    你可能會覺得再也走不出心碎的悲傷。

  • But you will.

    但你最終會的。

  • Here are 5 things you can do to help put yourself back together after a breakup.

    這裡有五個方法幫助你在分手後重整自己。

  • Number one: experience it.

    第一,好好感受。

  • The only way to really get over a breakup is to deal with it.

    走出分手的唯一辦法就是去面對它。

  • Don't distract yourself.

    不要讓自己分心。

  • Let yourself feel the emotions, one at a time.

    讓自己去感受那些情緒,一步一步來。

  • There will be good times, and there will be bad, but the most important thing is to give yourself time.

    一定有好有壞,最重要的是給自己一點時間。

  • If you feel like crying, cry.

    如果想哭,就哭出來。

  • Crying has a bad reputation but it's extremely therapeutic.

    哭哭啼啼給人感覺不太好,但卻非常有療效。

  • Crying isn't losing control, it's gaining it back through owning your emotions.

    哭泣不代表失控,是透過掌控情緒慢慢拾回自己。

  • Number two: focus on yourself.

    第二,專注於自己。

  • After being the second half of a couple for a while, we tend to forget what it feels like to be on our own again.

    成為兩人關係的其中一半,久了我們常常忘記做回完整的自己是什麼感覺。

  • Be your own person.

    好好做你自己。

  • Do whatever you feel like doing.

    做任何你想做的事。

  • Try thinking about you and only you for a little bit to regain that awesome sense of independence that you lost while being someone's significant other.

    試著多想到你自己,以重獲自從進入一段關係後就失去的獨立感。

  • This can be done in a number of ways.

    可以透過以下幾種方式達成。

  • Treat yourself to something nice, like a delicious dinner or a day out and about.

    對自己好一點,例如吃一頓美味的晚餐或放自己一天假。

  • Maybe take the time to reevaluate your health goals, or even set personal goals for yourself.

    也許花時間重新檢視你的健康計畫,或設立自我目標。

  • Indulge a little.

    放縱一點點。

  • Buy yourself a nice outfit or something you've had your eye on.

    買給自己一身好的行頭,或一些你想要的東西。

  • Get your favorite food or a bottle of wine and enjoy it with, or without friends.

    享受你最愛的食物或酒,有或沒有朋友陪都可以。

  • Take time to remind yourself of who you are.

    花點時間提醒自己你到底是誰。

  • Number three: try new things.

    第三,嘗試新事物。

  • Have you always wanted to take guitar lessons?

    你不是一直想要上吉他課嗎?

  • Take a yoga class?

    上瑜珈課?

  • Finally read that book you bought three years ago.

    終於可以讀那本三年前買的書。

  • Well, now you have the time.

    你現在有時間了。

  • Find a new hobby or take a class you've been wanting to take.

    找到一個新的嗜好或上你一直想上的課。

  • You'll get out more, meet new people and, most importantly, get that pesky ex off your mind.

    你會更常出門、遇見新的人,最重要的是忘掉討厭的前任。

  • Number four: reach out to family and friends.

    第四,多與家人和朋友相處。

  • Friends and family are around for a reason.

    朋友和家人的存在是有原因的。

  • You know all those times you've had to console your loved ones when they've been in a rough place?

    當你在乎的人身陷低潮的時候,你花了不少時間安慰他們。

  • Now it's time for payback.

    現在是得到回報的時候。

  • True friends are people who love and support you, no matter what.

    真正的朋友無論如何都會愛你、支持你。

  • You deserve their time and attention and shouldn't be afraid to reach out and ask for it.

    你值得他們的時間與注意,不要害怕開口找他們。

  • Spend weekends reconnecting with your parents, grandparents, and siblings.

    周末時,聯絡你的父母、祖父母或兄弟姊妹。

  • Too often, we take family for granted, so this a great chance to sneak in some home cooked meals and show your family that you care.

    我們常常將家人視為理所當然,所以現在是時候偷帶一些家庭料理回去,並向家人表示你的在乎。

  • Not only that, consider volunteering to help others.

    除此之外,也可以自願幫助他人。

  • This also lets you go out and meet new people.

    這可以讓你踏出家門、認識新的人。

  • You'll make new friends, and, possibly, a new love interest.

    你會認識新的朋友,有可能會有新的對象。

  • Number five: move on.

    第五,前進。

  • It's not uncommon for two people to break up and want to remain friends, but the most important thing you can do is distance yourself from that person.

    兩人分手後還想做朋友是很正常的,但最重要的是,你可以和那個人保持距離。

  • If that means taking a month-long vacation to New Mexico, so be it.

    如果這代表為期一個月的新墨西哥之旅,那就去吧。

  • Don't text, call, or email them.

    不要打電話或傳郵件給他們。

  • What you both need at this point is space.

    你們這時候最需要的是空間。

  • Breakups create emotional wounds, and if you are in constant contact with your ex, you will never give yourself the time you need to heal.

    分手造成情感傷口,如果一直和前任保持聯絡,你永遠不會給自己時間療傷。

  • After the healing process, go out and meet new people.

    走過療傷過程,多出門走走、認識新的人。

  • There's some truth to the old adage: the best way to get over someone is to get under someone.

    俗話說的好,走出失戀的最好方法就是走進另一段感情。

  • Join Tinder, or some other dating and go out.

    辦個 Tinder 帳號,或來場約會出去走走。

  • You're sure to meet someone new, someone you can connect to on a deeper level.

    你一定會遇見新的人,一個和你有更深共鳴的人。

  • Breakups are difficult, but they aren't the end of the world.

    分手很難熬,但這不是世界末日。

  • In fact, they're the start of something new and better.

    事實上,它們代表新的、更好的事物的開端。

  • What do you think of these tips?

    你覺得以上這些方法如何?

  • Share your thoughts and any tips you have on dealing with breakups below.

    在下面留言告訴我們你的想法,或任何你度過分手的方式。

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    別忘了要按讚,並訂閱我們的頻道。

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    謝謝觀看。

Breakups are hard.

分手很難熬。

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    Rong Chiang 發佈於 2018 年 08 月 03 日
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