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How To Get Over a Heartbreak, As Explained By Your Favorite Pop Songs

Posted by on April 30, 2020 in Art, Films and Music with 0 Comments

Whether you’re a teenager or in your late forties, heartbreaks never get easier. Are you going through a breakup? Even if you were the one to break things off, it’s still an emotionally draining experience.

Like Elle Woods in Legally Blonde, you can eat chocolate, be mad at rom-coms and get into Harvard Law to prove your love. Or you can take it slow and let these pop songs heal your heart.

Cry it all out with Adele

If you don’t put on Someone Like You and let Adele encourage a full-on cry fest, was your love even real?

Whether your ex has already moved on or pretending just to make you jealous, the healthiest way to deal with it all is to feel sad. Just remind yourself, “Sometimes it lasts in love, but sometimes it hurts instead”.

Let out your rage with CeeLo Green

Denial is usually followed by anger. If you were treated badly or cheated on, let CeeLo Green help you let out your rage. What line could better express your disdain for a shellfish ex than “I pity the fool that falls in love with you”. The genius of his song Forget You is comparable to a Shakespearean sonnet.

Accept it with José González

It’s time to move on and finally accept the reality of the situation. Light up some candles, get a glass of wine, and put everything that reminds you of your ex in a box, while listening to Heartbeats by José González. There might be a few tears, but this time as a sign of moving forward.

Look after yourself with Lorde

You can only heal if you take care of yourself. It’s time to love yourself just as intensely you loved someone else. On Hard Feelings/Loveless, Lorde sings, I light all the candles/ Got flowers for all my rooms/ I care for myself the way I used to care about you. Listen to her soothing voice and follow her incredible advice.

Let the other party do the crying with Justin Timberlake

Now that you’ve done your fair share of crying, hand over the baton to the other party. And for that, there’s no better song than Cry Me A River by Justin Timberlake.

Feel liberated with Kelly Clarkson

A romantic relationship can become so consuming that you can alienate your other relationships and completely lose yourself. Do you feel a sense of liberation? Then this hard time does have a silver lining. Celebrate it by listening to Since U Been Gone by Kelly Clarkson.

Establish boundaries with Taylor Swift

There’s nothing more dramatic than an on-again and off-again relationship. If you’re tired of the back and forth, establish boundaries and make it clear that you are moving forwards. And let Grammy-winning Taylor Swift offer you solidarity with We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.

Don’t move backwards with Dua Lipa

One night you’ll drink too much or desire the comfort of a familiar relationship and call your ex. Make New Rules by Dua Lipa your mantra for moving on from an unhealthy relationship.

Make peace with Ariana Grande

Every relationship, good or bad, teaches you something. Take a page out of Ariana Grande’s thank u, next, and express gratitude for whatever those relationships taught you.

Give love another chance with Finneas

It’s finally time to get out there and date new people. And it would be best to start slow. Like perfectly expressed by Finneas, Let's fall in love for the night/ And forget in the mornin'.

It might feel like you’ll never stop hurting. But take solace in the fact that it will, sooner than you think. Until then, you should get affordable psychic readings to discover your path to healing.

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