Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Management of Life after The End of A relationship - (lifestyle article)


With the dawn of every relationship, comes a series of emotional loops. It is mostly a phase of great psychological despair, which though seems to be unavoidable can actually be reduced immensely in terms of the pain it causes us, once we are able to develop an understanding with the chain of events that take place with almost every break up.

With every relationship which preludes with a promise of honest and pure love, there comes a bunch of most fantacising dreams. These are the dreams of an everlasting forever love that the two individuals start to built. Whereas it is the mind of a young love which is foolish enough that it mostly fails to calculate the hardships and the stroma of the long journey that they are planning. As the time progresses, not all relationships make it to what they thought to be. And then the following chain of events follows:


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Firstly, we think that even though things have not been working lately, our parter will stay with us, after all there had been so much of intake of emotions from both ends that it seems impossible for all that to go in vain. Things will be fine very soon; the optimism of the love speaks to us.


Time passes on and the quarrals, misunderstandings and arguments never takes a stop. We shout, grumble and even reach the point of no communication. Yet we admit that we are commited more than ever to our parter and will get them back in our lives. We show anger, a bit of ego, then emotions, some begging and millions of private confessions in the end that we can’t live without our partner’s to them itself.

The pain takes a toll till this third stage where we start crying in lonely corners, regretting every move of ours that made us lose the one soul we loved the most. We spend nights thinking about each and every moment spent with that person but till this time we no longer call or talks to the person which is there in our mind all the while. Somehow and I must say very rightly, our self respect comes in between. At this phase many mutual friends and family members try to remove this distance but they not only fails in doing so but also causes maximum pain to both individuals. Uptill now we finally start admitting to this word called “break up”, we realize that things are and will no longer be the same again.


The final and the most painful phase are of the self frustration. Why it’s me? Why did that happened in my case? Is everyone laughing at me? Am I the one in pain while my ex is having a gala time? Why? These thoughts project us for a very dangerous phase of emotional stress and depression. We laugh too loudly with friends and cry even louder when in soltitude. We don’t share any bit of our troubles with anyone. We curse our ex alone and praise him in public. Sometimes we blame ourselves to our soul and sometimes Calles the other person a cheat, liar and ditcher.

Than all this agony is soon taken over by time which prooves to be the only healer and the other things that heips us to move on is our pursuit of career, a self love which is there in everone, a happiness that we get by smiling, friends and family that works harder than we expect to make us laugh, a satisfaction that we get by moving on and showing everyone that we can move, a great content that we get by showing our ex that you never were the reason to live.

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Those who fail to overcome all this and falls down before this final phase are the people who commit suicide for lovers, and becomes alcoholics and drug addictcs etc. these poor people fails to understand that the pain of broken love ends in this same manner evertime and even the pain that we get in the previous phases can we overcome much easily with the following steps:-



  • Avoid any exaggregated emotional shouting and pubilc display of fights in the arguments at the initial quarrels.

  • Never let the inner self belief fade within you when your partner lets you down.

  • Always believe the fact that there was life and happiness before him and will also be after him.

  • Forgive and forget. Never curse and critisize your partner in front of friends & never ask questions to yourself which blames your inner self respect.

  • Always acknowledge the things that you learnt from this break up and appreciate the fact that you are a strong soul.

  • Avoid the mutual friends for a while and don’t discuss and what and how's of the break up to any such common friend.

  • Move on and don’t close all the doors for new friends and family members, neither seclude yourself in dark rooms nor close the aspect of any fun in you life.

  • Take things maturely, realize the importance of career pursuits and never let your focus loose. Move with the practical objective that career and self happiness comes first.

  • Do things that you always loved to do, occupy your self and try to have as much fun when you are alone as you have when in company.

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Life has endless opportunities. One fail relationship has many reasons behind it and at times it has no reason behind the break up. Sometimes break up is just an event which was to take place and thus it took place, so stop analysing it now. Move on and keep smiling in the long run of life. Stop looking for traits of past love in the new people that enters your life. Close the chapters that gives you pain and realize the old saying that self love is the first and formost love don’t ever spoil your life. Always win your self anger with self love, self sin with self virtues and dilusive lies with bitter but honest truths of life.







(It was written by me long time back for a website called thesenorita.com and then got place in my premier blog few months back while I was learning the initial phase of blogging! At that time very few people read it! so I am sharing this here with everyone!! )

14 comments:

Ms.R. said...

nice article pulkit :)

pinkZz said...

loved it..!
this was something i wanted to read..!
very beautiful

Chaarz said...

Interesting..
Either you have done a lot of research on this or you have faced it all..
Whatever it may..
The article is very nicely written..:)
Cheers..:)

paramveer said...

i remember.....good to read it again..lol

nilima said...

bhaiya em totally agreed wt u.. one really needs to manage his/her lif wisely aftr an unbearable breakup.. y to run for,who don't needs us nemre in his/her lif?.. one shud let dem go.. n shud also move on wt lif.. yeah! i agree dat loosin sumone mns a lot bt nt more dan our parents n our own ''priceless lif''.. so y to ruin it for sumone whu dosn't evn care for us nt evn a bit??

live for urself.. n stop being foolish nemre nw..!!

nilima said...

love yew..!!

PULKIT said...

@ ms R- thanks sis!

PULKIT said...

@ pinkz - m glad ur visit truned fruitful

PULKIT said...

@ chaarz - i was planning to get paid for it... so just trying to write like proffesionals :P thats all

PULKIT said...

@ param - hugs to my most regular commentator

PULKIT said...

@ nilima - love u too

PULKIT said...

@ Nilima - ur a big girl now! m so proud of my little sis!
love u loads

Girl Next Door said...

Hey Pulkit ! I was just lost reading this...

I know how it feels when the relationship doesn't seem to work and finally it ends up with a break up... Loads of pain...

But I am proud that I have sucessfully passed all the phases, and now happy and enjoying life, concentrating on my carriers.

But I think, that pain is still remaining somewhere in some corner of my heart.

I am sorry for exaggerating.. but, I hope you can understand :)

Keep Rocking Buudy !!!

Luv,
Ann

PULKIT said...

@ Ann - Hey Deary
thanks for commenting on this article!
m glad u were strong enough to combat the emotional up and downs that one goes through!
chal tc dear!
U ever need me as a friend, m always there for u ok!

:)