How Do You Deal With The Pain In Your Heart....

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How Do You Deal With The Pain In Your Heart....

js250 js250
A very dear friend of mine has had her heart battered, bruised and aching after a relationship that was not what she bargained for. She has been left depressed, lonely and humiliated by this person and is in dire need of comfort and friendship.

--What have you done to help heal a damaged heart?
--How have you helped boost someone's lagging confidence level?
--What has someone else done to help you when you were in this situation?
05/16/2013
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Originally posted by js250
A very dear friend of mine has had her heart battered, bruised and aching after a relationship that was not what she bargained for. She has been left depressed, lonely and humiliated by this person and is in dire need of comfort and friendship. ...
The only way that I know to heal a damaged heart is to stay busy. While my best friend used to bring over icecream and sit with me and watch the Notebook, I just felt WAY worse. Over time, I learned that if I forced brokenhearted individuals to go out (even to look around Walmart), they felt better than the pity party scene made them feel.

As far as confidence goes, I'm not much of a booster. If someone is saying how ugly, fat, etc. she is, I just want to tell her to get over it. We all have body issues (well most). You fake it until you make it.

Well, I talked about the pity party friend, but I've had other friends who have randomly called me because they could tell something wasn't right from my texts. It always makes me feel better.
05/16/2013
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
I'm no expert on this - but what I try to avoid is new relationships/entangle ments. I would advise a person to take time to be alone and figure out a way forward. ViVix is also correct - staying busy is a great plan - just don't do it in terms of relationships, make it with work, family and friends.
05/16/2013
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