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8 tips to get over a breakup

8 tips to get over a breakup

Ending a relationship is not easy for anyone, not even for truck drivers, as it has a great emotional impact on anyone`s life. To overcome the breakup, it is very important to know your own emotions and understand each stage of the grieving process of the end of a relationship.

Grieving at the end of a relationship consists of the following phases:

  • Denial – When the breakup comes from the other, it produces an impact and a shock that makes many truck drivers tend to not want to accept that breakup or deny that it is happening.
  • Doubts and confusion – In this phase the feelings are on the surface, the truck driver can feel a mix of emotions, from doubts, confusion, to anger.
  • Analysis of the relationship – This is the moment when truckers start to think in detail about the relationship that ended in search of answers for that breakup.
  • Acceptance - It is the phase where it seems that life returns to normal, the pain decreases and the illusion of the future and new motivations increase.

To reach the acceptance phase and overcome the end of a love relationship, truckers should:

  1. Have patience: Overcoming a breakup takes time, so having patience will be essential to accept this new situation.
  2. Don’t be afraid to feel: Truck drivers must understand that it is normal to have emotions, but it is important to understand them, digest them and not give in to harmful emotions, such as jealousy.
  3. Avoid negative thoughts about themselves: Having a negative view of themselves does not help truckers to get over a breakup.
  4. Don’t become obsessed: It is important to turn the page and not fall into the traps of social networks to see information about the ex-partner, because truckers could end up developing an obsession.
  5. Act normally: Although truckers don’t feel like doing many things, they should motivate themselves to return to their normal life, such as going out with friends and family. Because that will make them feel good.
  6. Don’t focus on the breakup: Letting off steam is good, but talking only about the end of the relationship is not healthy, they have to look for other topics of conversation to keep their mind healthy.
  7. Recover activities: It is the perfect opportunity to return to activities that had been stopped when being in a couple or even doing new things.
  8. Seek psychological help: If truck drivers are trying to get over the breakup, but are finding it very difficult, they should not feel ashamed or afraid to seek the professional help of a psychologist to overcome the situation.


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Edic.: 176
Autor: El Trailero Magazine
Date: 3/2022