Breakup Recovery

" Love yourself first, so you know what you deserve"

Breakups hurt.

Whether you part on good terms or bad terms, whether it was one-sided or mutual, it’s time to leave the past where it is and learn to love yourself. Self-love after the end of a relationship is all about reconnecting with yourself, weighing the anchor for your needs and values and standing by them resolutely.

What is Self-Love After a Breakup?

Loving yourself after a breakup or divorce can be an easy thing to say but a harder thing to do. So, what does self-love actually mean at the end of a relationship?

Taking Time 


People say that time heals all wounds. No matter the truth of the statement, simply waiting out all of the heartbreak is not going to help you along. Now is the time to make time work for you: take time to spend by yourself, take time to recognize and acknowledge the emotions you’re feeling, and take time to set-up your path going forward.

Being alone after a breakup can be scary. It might be a feeling you’re not used to anymore, and it’s okay to feel nervous about the impact big changes like that can have on your life. Nevertheless, taking some time to be alone can help you reconnect with everything that makes you, you. The turbulent emotions you’re going through aren’t always pleasant, but they shouldn’t be ignored. Use them to redefine your goals for the future, and work on acknowledging the things you can do to help yourself as you move forward.

Reconnecting With Yourself And Your Loved Ones 


After a relationship, you may have some trouble identifying the real you: your wants, needs, and personality. Working hard to please others can make it difficult for you to have a whole sense of self. This is the time to look inwards. Who are you? What values do you stand by? You don’t need a partner to help you cement this, you can discover and establish these for yourself.

Being alone doesn’t mean total isolation. The right friends and family members can prove to be a solid support system in this time, helping you back to your feet when you need it most. The vital key here is surrounding yourself with the right people. Seeing your old partner soon after your breakup can add stress and other negative emotions that make healing difficult, so try your best to give yourself that much needed distance.

You, Not Them


It’s also important to realize that you’re allowed to put yourself first for a change. Take some time to realize what you deserve out of a loving relationship, and work to push the thoughts of your ex out of your mind. The point of this time is to work through your emotions, not to hold on to them for as long as you can.

When relationships go south, blame gets thrown and anger tends to plant itself in our hearts and minds. Long after a breakup or divorce, you might still be thinking about how the other person wronged you and what they deserve to go through for it. The truth is, it doesn’t matter what they deserve. Moving forward, the important thing to focus on is what you deserve.

Breakup Recovery in South Florida 

It’s important to work through therapy in a space that is comfortable and supportive. At P.S. Love Yourself, Priya D’Singh is a self-love therapist who guides individuals towards healing and fulfillment. If you or someone you care about is interested in getting help with overcoming a breakup or divorce, contact P.S. Love Yourself at 954-806-5569 and begin your journey of self-discovery today.


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This is a customizable 12-week program that will be created to help you learn how to cope with painful emotions and manage them on your own. Life can have many tragic, depressing or painful transitions. If you will allow me to, I can show you how to love yourself first and heal. Each session is 60 minutes.


This 24-week program is designed to help survivors of simple and complex trauma heal. In this program, I will teach you about trauma and how it affects your brain. You will have the opportunity to develop healthy coping skills that may aide in managing triggers, flashback, panic attacks, anxiety and depression. We will work together to create a mindfulness practice that works for you. I will help you learn how to set and maintain healthy boundaries. This program is intended to guide you through the journey of self-love and to help you heal from those “invisible” wounds. Each session is 60 minutes.

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