Many people come to therapy because they’re struggling to “get over” someone. They often feel stuck in their pain, as if life will never be good again. — Lisa Firestone, Ph.D.
You might be thinking that this relationship is not going to work out in the first place. You treasure your friendship with your best friend so much that you don’t want to risk it by having a romantic relationship. But, you still did it anyway. Now, you are blaming yourself for breaking up with your best friend. You keep on torturing yourself by repeatedly saying, “I told you so.” You expect to be best friends again but it’s impossible to go back to the way you were before.
So, how are you going to move on from your break up with your best friend? Here are some few tips that you can try to help you ease that heartbreak.