Why breakups cause men to withdraw from life, neglect their bodies, careers, friends, families, businesses, etc., and what you should focus on so you can recover and turn things around if you’ve had a recent breakup in order to get back to being happy and enjoying your life again.
In this video coaching newsletter, I discuss an email from a viewer who is nineteen years old, great with talking to girls, the life of the party, good-looking and very sentimental. His girlfriend of three years broke up with him about two months ago and it literally changed his life so much more than he ever thought it could. He stopped working out, stopped busting his ass in school and has withdrawn from his family. He says he is now failing school, hasn’t been to the gym in three weeks and hardly talks to his family. He says he has become a total bitch. She tried friend zoning him but he refused. When they broke up, she started immediately dating another guy. In the past week after the other guy she was dating blew her off, she started contacting him again. They have been hanging out, having fun and hooking up the past few days, but she again referred to him as her friend only. He told her no way. He’s much happier now, but is uncertain of whether or not he will get back together with her since she keeps referring to him as her friend even though they are still hooking up when she reaches out.
“When human beings are in a relationship, their identity becomes completely associated with being with that person, what they do together and the relationship status. For most people, it is very traumatic and emotionally difficult to deal with a sudden breakup. It’s incredibly hard to go from being part of a team where you eat together, sleep together, talk constantly and spend most of your free time together, to not talking at all or never speaking again. Fear of the future and fear that you will never find anyone else like them or that the next one will be worse, becomes dramatically amplified. It’s healthy to take time to heal, but the best medicine for a recent breakup is looking into the eyes of someone who completely takes your breath away and makes you forget all about your ex. So get out there, participate in life and become open to and excited about meeting the next great love of your life. The sooner you do, the sooner you will feel better and the sooner it will happen.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne
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