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How to: Cope with a relationship breakdown
How to: Cope with a relationship breakdown

At some point in our lives, we all have to face difficult times.Whether it be the death of a loved one, a relationship breakdown or losing a job, these times are hard and can seem impossible to get over.In our brand-new advice column ‘How to’ we’re going to tackle some of life’s most difficult problems and show you how you can start to overcome them. 

 The breakdown of a relationship is always difficult. We are going to focus on ways in which you can help yourself to cope, on a practical and spiritual level. So you’ll come out the other side stronger.


When a relationship breaks down it is a loss, like bereavement. Therefore it is very important to take extra care of yourself. It can often be a case of eating when hungry and sleeping when tired. 


Initially there may be a feeling of shock. After this you may enter a phase where you question everything. At this point talk, rather than bottle up emotions. Friends and family can help but speaking to someone who isn’t involved, such as the gifted readers at TheCircle, may give you fresh perspective. It may well be difficult to see any light at the end of the tunnel. Readers can be really useful, sharing their insight and giving you focus for the future.


You’ll be a stronger person for dealing with the breakdown, and it will help you make sure problems aren’t repeated in your next relationship. And remember, “Everything will be all right in the end. If it’s not all right, then it’s not yet the end.”


My top tips

  • Vent your anger, don’t bottle it up. Boxing, cycling, running or writing your thoughts down helps. Just get it out of the system so it doesn’t fester.
  • Read the book Moving on: Breaking Up Without Breaking down by Suzie Hayman or the equally good The Relate Guide To Starting Again.
  • Do some meditation/relaxation or gentle exercise such as yoga or Pilates. 
  • Treat yourself to a new haircut, a make-over or a massage. Or try Reiki or crystal healing.
  • Get out and about, start a new hobby or join a group. 
  • Take time to discover or develop yourself spirituality. 
  • Don’t sit in a cycle of blame, see the experience as something you can learn from, however painful it is at the time.
  • HAVE A READING, it will shed light on the situation, perhaps letting you know that this person wasn’t right or that they may, in time, come back.


Find a reader and a friend

Many TheCircle members call the same reader again and again for advice. Readers like Jessica P are totally unbiased and are often able to give you a new perspective. All our psychic experts are sensitive, compassionate and, above all, easy to talk to.


Members who’ve already found a reader friend say:

“I’m uplifted to have spoken with reader Margaret”

“Leila is kind, passionate and supportive “

“I feel refreshed and like a new woman after talking to Polly”

 Shed new light on your lovelife with a reading now.



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