How Do You Get Over Losing A Friend?
• Let your emotions take control. It’s okay to be upset; you might be more sensitive than others. Crying is supposed to be good for you, so don’t be afraid to always keep it in, as well as your feelings. At first, it’s best to be as sad as you want. • Know that it’s for the better. Don’t convince yourself that they’ll come back. They most likely won’t. Please remember that. • Confide in someone, after a week or more. Don’t do it at first, or the former friend will think your trying to turn people against them. (DO NOT try this. Turning people against them can back fire.) Make sure the person you talk to is trust worthy and understanding, e.g.; someone you’ve known for years, someone who is genuinely nice. • Relax, if you can, for the first whole month. Watch TV, eat chocolate (don’t start comfort eating though!), don’t shower – take baths and get enough sleep. That sort of thing. However; do not listen to sad music. It’ll make you more depressed. Listen to happy, up-beat music. After,