How to Survive a Breakup: 12 Ways to Stop Blaming Yourself and Gain From It

Last Updated on April 28, 2020 by Susan Anderson, Psychotherapist


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No matter the circumstances, on some level we blame ourselves when a relationship ends. We take it as a personal failure. The sorrow of heartbreak is not just about loss, but about self doubt. When rejection is involved in the breakup, it triggers primal rage which we turn against ourselves, beating ourselves up. This intense self inflicted onslaught is part and parcel of the emotional crisis of abandonment and can leave lasting scars in our self esteem.

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