Whether it's from a long term relationship or from a childhood home moving on can be hard and can be one of the hardest things to go through. In this article I'm going to be discussing some ways in which to make moving on a bit easier of a process.

Breathe.
It happened the hardest part has been done it may not seem like it now but life will get easier. Step by step day by day it will hurt a little less.

Don't be afraid to be vulnerable.
It's okay in the beginning to feel overwhelmed but, don't let it consume you're life. Let it all out whatever you are feeling don't hold it in. You'll feel a lot better afterwards even if it's just a little.

Baby steps.
Day by day do one thing that's more productive than the last. Make something count each day. Something that you can look back on and feel accomplished of doing. Maybe it's going to the gym? Maybe it's complimenting a stranger? Maybe it's as simple as watching the sunset?

Relapse is normal.
It's okay for some days to not be better than the next but, don't let it discourage you from moving on and becoming the better you, you know you can be. Nobody's perfect, life moves on.

Thriving.
One day you'll wake up and feel the best you've ever felt in a long time. It may not be now, it may not be in a month, or even a year, but one day. You'll realize that, that moment right there is what you've been waiting for and it's because you waited. You waited and waited and waited. You moved on. Moving on may be long and scary but in the end it was all worth it.

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