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Asked by Anonymous - Dec 29, 2023Hindi

I have had my heart broken severely a couple of years ago. I used to be a fun person, but I have become angry and bitter. I don't think about the person a lot, but I feel being dumped after a long relationship is cruel. I don't want to grow old and bitter. Please tell me the best way to move on and go back to being my old jovial self. Don't tell me to discover love again because that is not possible.

Ans: You’re holding on to the past instead of looking to the future. The more you dwell on the memories, no matter how much you have been wronged, the worse it will be for you and the situation won’t change. Time to stop nursing your wounds and block your thoughts, unless they involve your present and future situations. Yoga and meditation may also help immensely in this regard.

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Emotional maturity is what is in question here. He still is at an age where commitment is not something he is aware of.

It’s like try this relationship, if it doesn’t work, try another one and so on….

Give him time to settle his emotions till he is ready for a committed relationship; which does not mean, you wait around for ever.

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When you don’t value yourself, why expect anyone to value you?

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Obviously, your earning capacity is the way it is as you are not working to your full potential.

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