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BBW Dating 2018 Agenda: How To Feel Better After A Painful Breakup [INFOGRAPHIC]

One day you’re happy, living a fulfilling life with your cats, tea sets and a bunch of travel plans waiting for spring, and the next tragedy strikes, and he packs up and leaves with no explanation. After years of living together and sharing everything, you have to accept that you’re single again, despite the fact that your heart belongs to someone who doesn’t want it. The idea of BBW dating is daunting for so many reasons, particularly due to the fact that you’ve gained weight over the past several years, but still don’t see yourself as overweight, even though the mirror and the size of your clothes say otherwise. So now you have to wrap your head around two things, each dreadful in its own right – you’re back on the market, and you’re no longer a size 2. As terrifying as this seems at the moment, don’t despair because there is always a way out if you put your mind to it. Today, we review the things you can do to make yourself feel better in the face of hardship, even if you don’t believe the Sun will rise tomorrow.

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#1: Food Is Not The Enemy

Your body and soul need plenty of energy to get through the day when the road is rocky. Food is not the enemy here because it is the very source of energy you desperately need right now. You must not punish and starve yourself for days on end until you start to climb out of the hole you’re in because not only will you not have the strength to fight on without a proper diet, but you won’t lose any fat in the process, only muscle, and nobody wants that. As hard as it may seem to even get out of bed in the morning, make it a priority to have three meals a day, every single day. Have a healthy, filling breakfast made of oats, fruits, French toast, and warm lemon water, followed by a chicken- or turkey-based lunch with soup (you need plenty of fluids to stay hydrated), mashed potatoes or assorted steamed veggies, and a light dinner, such as a veggie whole-wheat pasta or a bowl of nuts, seeds, flakes and Greek yogurt. Throw all junk or comfort food out of the house because it will not make you feel any better. Watch the calorie intake but do eat.

#2: Neither Is The Gym

The point of making yourself feel better when alone and not happy in your own skin during the holidays is not trying to lose weight and turn into the best possible version of yourself overnight. The point is to do all those things that are necessary to stay healthy, both mentally and physically, and working out on a regular basis is absolutely paramount. However, if you’re not eating or sleeping well, you won’t have the energy for a good workout, so these two things have to be dealt with first. Once you start feeling like you want to leave the house and walk for miles to clear your head, you’re ready to hit the gym. You can tackle an exercise regimen on your own or with a friend who can provide good emotional support as well. A full workout, including cardio, weight training and stretching will increase the production of happy hormones, making you feel better both inside and out. This is your goal for the time being, not losing 20+ pounds in the blink of an eye, but transforming your everyday routine from moaning over your ex and the ruins of your relationship to doing something that makes you feel good right now.

#3: Rely On Your Inner Circle For Help

Before you pick up the pieces of your broken life and start dating again, you must find a way to make yourself feel better before the storm passes. Now is the time to enlist the help of your inner circle comprised on the dearest of friends and closest family members who can relate to your woes, and help you overcome this horrible time in your life. Go for long walks and talk it over with them, have sleepovers and movie nights with your girlfriends, go grab a bite to eat together, and spend as much time with the people who make you feel better as you can. Now is not the time for energy vampires with pessimistic outlooks on life. You need positive people who can sympathise and understand what you’re going through without being overbearing or indifferent.


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