To rebuild your identity and create a life you love that does not need a woman to be complete.
Talking to friends you trust, a therapist, a life-coach, or joining a men’s group are great ways to handle your grief and move on from a breakup.
Learning to meditate is another great coping device to look into, as it will help you deal with the emotions that arise when dealing with a breakup (a great place to learn meditation is the Sharon Salzberg book Real Happiness).
(For more tips on how to get over a breakup, check out the Art of Charm podcast on getting over a breakup) How to love your life after getting a divorce Getting over a divorce is the perfect time to focus on YOU.
Dealing with a divorce Anytime you’re getting over a breakup, remember that you won’t move on from the breakup all at once.
Especially after a divorce, it’s likely you’ll slowly cycle through all five stages of grief (denial - acceptance).
Some men are tempted to shortcut this process by immediately dating after a divorce and getting a woman to fill that void.
But the only way to truly deal with a breakup and the grief that goes with it is to patiently go through the entire grieving process.
Life after divorce can be brutal – and feel as if the rug has been pulled out from under you.
But over time, you will be able to rebuild your life.
Before you know it, you’ll be attracting women and excited to start dating again.
To learn how to get to that point as fast as possible, check out the following tips for men getting over a divorce.