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(VIDEO) Moving On After A Breakup – Getting Over An Ex


Hi guys, Mark Belmont here in the latest LoveLearnings video.  

Breakups suck.  In fact, they’re one of the worst things you’ll go through in life.  But thankfully there are a few things you can do to speed up the process of moving on after a breakup… which is what I’m going to talk about in this video.

Even though you’re probably feeling pretty crappy right now, watch this video to the end and I think see light at the end of the tunnel.  As always, if you find the video helpful, please “like” or “comment” below.. we really appreciate the support.

Now, how to get past your breakup as quickly as possible with the least amount of pain and heartache….

One of the first things you should do is remove reminders of your ex.  Take down photos of you two together… throw that teddy bear or love note into a box and store it in your attic… delete your ex’s phone number from your contacts list… hide their status updates on Facebook…. and pretty much remove any reminders of your ex from your daily life.

Once you’ve removed those reminders, you can move on to the next step, which is to keep yourself occupied and keep your mind off your ex.  

There are lots of things you can do to stay occupied in the aftermath of a breakup.  One of the best ways to keep your mind off the breakup is to spend as much time as possible with close friends and family.  It doesn’t matter what you do when you’re with friends and family, really, as long as it keeps you busy and helps take your mind off your ex.  

Another way to stay busy during the post-breakup period is by applying yourself to work or school, working hard towards any life goals you may have… or by picking up a new hobby and meeting new people in a fun social environment.

Maintaining an active social life is very important so that you don’t have time to dwell on the breakup and your ex.  Who knows, you might just end up meeting a great new guy or girl during the process?

Make sure you take care of yourself during the post-breakup phase, especially for the first few weeks.  Eat properly, get as much sleep as you can, and try to exercise regularly.  Researchers have proven that vigorous exercise can help improve your mood and make you feel better in the wake of a breakup.

Last but not least, try to avoid contact with your ex whenever possible.  Depending on how long you and your ex were together, you may need to avoid talking with your ex for several months after the breakup.  This will give you both time to heal and move on.  

Regardless of how much anger you may be feeling towards your ex, or what the circumstances were surrounding your breakup, resist the urge to lash out and do something you’ll regret in an attempt to get revenge or hurt your ex.  It might feel logical now, but in the long run it won’t do you any good, and will only serve to prolong your emotional pain.  

If you happen to run into your ex, or if you see them regularly at work or school, try to be polite and cordial but keep any encounters as brief as possible.  Just say “sorry, I have to run, hope all is well” and make your escape.

So, those are a few of the most important steps you can take to get over your breakup as quickly as possible and with the least amount of heartache and emotional pain… hopefully you found this video useful.  If so, please click the “like” button below or subscribe to our channel.  

Best of luck, thanks for watching!

About Mark Belmont

Mark Belmont, BSc, is a cross between Giorgio Armani and David DeAngelo. He’s a style and fashion consultant with a passion for helping single men improve their dating and love life. Mark’s list of “Universally Attractive” fashion and grooming tips has turned thousands of average men into dapper, well-dressed James Bonds. If you’re interested in developing a unique style and skyrocketing your sex appeal, then check out Mark’s program, The Handsome Factor.
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