Break-ups, Stress & a Giveaway!

Where have I been? I wasn’t planning on taking a break from blogging but well; sometimes life just gets in the way.

I won’t go too much into detail as it hurts to talk about and I know people I know in real life read my blog, my family and so on. My boyfriend of two years broke up with me on the weekend, I’m in shock, hurt and trying to adapt to a massive change.

As petty as it is even blogging reminds me of him and good memories, he was very supportive of it. There are no hard feelings towards each other, and we do not hate each other of course. However I will not be giving up blogging of course, I love it so so much but I just need a little break. I have my A Level exams in the next two weeks, so between crying into a cuddly toy, I need to get my butt in gear and revise.

I read this Kylie Jenner interview from Teen Vogue the other day and it really caught my attention. In a way its how I now feel, I find it hard to let new people into my life, to trust people and most of all I've gained a massive insecurity. Realising how easily people can leave your life has really left me feeling quite down about ever letting someone into my life again. 


If any of my lovely readers have any advice on break-ups, please spill the beans! I’ll be back to my usual posts soon, at 6pm UK time daily and I have a massive make-up giveaway ready for you all x

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  1. First: Take it easy. You're not getting over it in a day, it can take a while. Just make sure to process and feel it so you won't have to ever again.
    Second: Closure is a personal thing, you won't ever feel it unless you make yourself feel it. It's an effort 24/7.
    Third: Time to reconnect. Get in touch with some old friends, or, start trying out a bunch of new things. Instead of thinking about this being a time to mourn, think of it as a time to celebrate. In the months while I was getting over my breakup, I learned how to knit, code HTML/CSS, market, and a slew of other weird things. I love the place that I'm at right now because I have so many hobbies and interests that it makes me feel interesting and free! Getting into things that aren't boy-related will really easy the pain. I swear by it.

    Also, don't be afraid to rely on others for emotional support. It can really break a person (especially two years!!!), so you'll need people who will support you in this new time in your life. Just have confidence knowing that you're awesome with or without another person around! <3

    Also: I'm always around if you need anything! Don't be afraid to email me if you need some stranger support. (;

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    1. Thank you so much! I've re-read this comment over and over again, I replied to your DM on Twitter hun xx

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  2. So sorry to hear about the break up I know too well how much they can hurt! Allow yourself some time to be upset and come to peace with it yourself. It wont be easy as like you said there will be lots that will remind you of him but in time you will create new memories and find new love but give yourself time to heal.

    I agree with Kiera she has given some amazing advice there just focus on you now and spend some time with friends and family and I promise it will get easier x

    Miss Kitty Kaos (Adventures Of A Riot Grrrl)

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    1. Yes I want to start a hobby and buy a cat lol! Thank you for your kind words<3 xx

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