a separation of one’s own
Who’s the perfect person for everything?
I don’t think we’ll ever see each other again.
“If I hadn’t said that,
You think about the past, you blame yourself,
Oh, my God, someone as hard as I am.
I don’t think anyone can understand me.
Do you have similar experiences?
Did you feel that my story was yours?
So today’s story is…
It must be especially important.
to overcome the sorrow of parting
We’re going to figure out the third step.
Step 3. Let’s find out right away.
Step 1: The situation is as it is Accept
“If we ever meet again….”
“But isn’t there still a possibility?”
“You can never call me back!”
Can you imagine this and that?
You regret what you’ve already done.
He’s blaming himself again.
The key to the first phase is…
I’m admitting the reality.
I don’t want you to reject the situation.
Even if you try to run away, things don’t change.
in order not to break up
They both tried really hard.
It didn’t work out as I thought.
No more regret, no more imagination,
It’s time to stop blaming yourself.
Step two: What other people are going through.
Admit it’s common.
“I’m totally alone now.”
“There’s no one who can understand my pain.”
“I’m the only one who breaks up so easily.”
I don’t know if you’ll ever be able to get to that end of the pain
Aren’t you pushing it in?
How hard it must be for you.
I don’t dare to tell you,
Breakups are supposed to hurt.
You’re the only one who’s experienced it.
You’re not the only one sick.
Right now, even though it’s hard to die,
It must have been a normal breakup for everyone.
Step 3: To yourself Kindness
“It’s all my fault that this happened.”
“What the hell can I do?”
“I should have been better.” Such regrets.
Stop putting it in now.
“I’ve had a hard time, but I’ve done a great job.”
“Let’s not make the same mistake again.”
Please comfort yourself and cheer for me.
The most encouraging thing about a difficult situation is,
She’s not my mom, my friend, or my brother.
It’s a consolation you give yourself.
How to overcome a breakup
I know that, too.
If you look back on your personal experience,
You hear similar advice here and there.
“I’m so tired. What a dog!”
The sound is coming out of itself.
But I’m still on the spot-on.
You’re standing there,
I’m so proud of you.
So time passes.
Love will come again.
I’m sure it will.