How to Get Over a Breakup

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If you want to know how to get over a breakup, Brett McGinn can help. Check out his top tips for how to get over a breakup.

Brett McGinn is only twenty-six years old, but he helps people who are dealing with relationship issues, especially those who want to know how to get over a breakup. He believes that people don’t let their guard down enough, and it causes missed opportunities. He says it’s time for a fresh conversation about love and relationships, unfiltered. How does love make you feel? Love can be responsible for pure ecstasy, and it can cause heartbreak. When it causes the latter, he’s there to help.

I discussed how to get over a breakup with Brett on Last First Date Radio. Highlights of the show below. 

How to Get Over a Breakup

What inspired you to help people get over a breakup?

I’m 26 years old. I realized there’s an untapped market of people who are resistant to getting a psychiatrist when they need help getting over a breakup. Instead, they talk to their friends and drive them crazy. I want them to know there’s a real relatable guy who can talk to them. 

Did you have a lot of challenging relationships with women?

When I fall for women, I become somewhat obsessive. I realize that’s not the healthiest thing! Love can make you the happiest, and it can make you stay in bed for a week straight. 

How do you recommend people get over a breakup?

1. Don’t be friends directly after a breakup. One person is always going to want more. Take time apart.

2. Learn how to be happy on your own.

3. Delete your ex from social media.To l Let them know you’re going through a grieving process and can’t follow them on social media for now.

4. Own the grieving process. Learn from it. 

5. Don’t jump right into another relationship. You’ll constantly be comparing the new person to the old. You’re also not ready to love again. 

6. Do something goal oriented. I ran my first marathon when I was going through the grieving process. Find something that you love and do it. 

Hang in there, and go through the process.

To listen to the episode, click here.

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