Helping Millennials Replenish Their Self-Esteem After Breakups

If there is one thing that I can guarantee you, it is that the person who broke your heart is NOT your soulmate.

Sometimes we need to find out what personality types don’t work for us before we can figure out what does work for us. Think of it as getting one step closer to finding someone who IS right for you. You can either learn from your experiences or you can ignore and keep doing the same thing again and again. If you’re always attracted to the same type of person, ask yourself ‘why’. Try to dig deeper and figure out what it is that you really want in a relationship.  

Always remember, if he/she doesn’t appreciate you, then he/she isn’t worth your time. There are plenty of fish in the sea. Don’t believe for a second that there is only one true love. There are many people who we are extremely compatible with (although there are a ton more that we aren’t compatible with). It's just a matter of being patient enough and finding that person.

Yes, there are some high school sweethearts who do live happily ever after, but there are also many more who do not. It’s not that one failed the other person, it’s just merely part of life. We change so much during our teens and twenties that many times we simply aren’t the same person that we once were. And that is okay. We evolve and we can’t expect that other person to change in the same way that we have. We each have our own experiences and beliefs that help make us who we are. If you aren't dating anybody, that is totally fine as well and don't let anyone else tell you otherwise. You have other things to focus on. You don't need a boyfriend or girlfriend to be whole. You already are. 

Don’t try to change yourself to be the person that he/she wants you to be. Be yourself. Someday, somewhere, you will find someone who will accept you for who you really are and trust me, it will be worth the wait. In the meantime, life your life. You deserve it.

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