At some point in your lives, we experience heartbreak and it’s something that is difficult to accept. Sadly, a lot of people could not accept the heartbreak and do things that are very regrettable.
We understand that your heart is breaking and you might think nothing could take away the pain. But as cliché as it might sound, it’s not the end of the world! Here are the top 5 ways to best move on from heartbreak and heal your heart.
Cry it Out
Yes, his/her betrayal is the most difficult thing to accept and you want to cry. Don’t hold back the tears! Crying it out could help you release all the pain you are feeling inside.
It would be a good idea if you can talk to someone and share what you feel but if that is not possible, crying is actually a good way of releasing the pain and letting out your frustrations. You will discover that after crying, your heart will feel much lighter.
Reflect and Keep a Sense of Perspective
It is important to accept the situation and come to terms with what happened, no matter how difficult that might be. It would be easier to accept things and have closure if you come to terms with the reasons why you broke up with your partner.
Of course, that’s easier said than done especially if your partner had cheated but the faster you accept the situation and get rid of your feelings for him/her, the easier you can move on.
But don’t keep on dwelling over the past and forcing your partner to come back and love you again. It doesn’t always work that way. While it would be difficult without your partner by your side, start living your life again.
Life goes on, whether he/she is gone.
Keep Yourself Busy
Don’t keep on thinking about what happened and what you could have done to prevent the situation from happening. While reflecting on the situation helps, especially in the first few days or weeks, dwelling on the past is also unhealthy. You just could not change the past, no matter how hard you wish you could.
To keep your mind out of your heartbreak, keep yourself busy. Hang out with friends, take up a new hobby, go to those places on your bucket list, volunteer to do something good in the community, or just about anything constructive that would keep your hands and mind busy.
We hear a lot of stories about people actually losing weight and looking much better after their partners cheated because they wanted to improve themselves. That’s actually good, not because you are trying to entice your ex but because the better you look, the better you will feel.
Plus, looking awesome after the breakup is actually the best revenge! As you boost your self-esteem and enjoy your new look, this might actually pave the way for you to finally meet that special someone who would make you fall in love again. Of course, that’s not your goal right now but self-improvement is a great way to help you move on.
Take it Easy and Let Time Heal You
Still crying weeks after he/she left? We understand your pain. Don’t force yourself to heal from the heartbreak right there and then. Healing should not be forced. Ride the tide and take it easy. Let time heal you.
Just remember that despite all that pain you are feeling right now, things are going to get better – probably not today or tomorrow but it will…
Source: Lessons Learned in Life
SHS Student Brings Photos of Late Parents on Graduation Day
A senior high school (SHS) student brought framed photos of her late parents on her graduation day, touching many hearts and making netizens cry.
Her story has gone viral, with many netizens cheering her on and praying for her success in life…
SHS Student Brings Photos of Late Parents on Graduation Day
Graduation day is one of the best days in a student’s life, but it’s not always the happiest for all.
Some also experience a bittersweet moment because their loved ones aren’t with them. While many are due to having OFW parents who can’t be home for the special, others are because the parents have already passed on.
SHS student Juvelyn Dela Torre Eugenio, 18, of North Cotabato made netizens cry after she carried her parents’ framed photos as she marched and posed on stage to receive her diploma.
She explained that during recognition days and other special events when she was younger, it was always her mother who would accompany her on stage.
She wants to share her success and milestones with her parents, but they’re no longer around.
They lost their father to heart failure in July 2020.
In 2022, the siblings decided to let their mother enjoy a vacation with her older children in Manila, only to discover that she was sick and already in the terminal stages of a stage 4 battle with the Big C. They lost her shortly thereafter.
Juvelyn shared that losing their parents took a toll on her mental health, especially because she had to stand as a parent to her younger brother.
On graduation day, she vowed that she wouldn’t cry despite seeing all the other students with their parents.
But she broke down on stage when a concerned teacher asked her about her parents and offered words of consolation after she showed her their photos.
Despite the challenges, Juvelyn plans on continuing her journey as she dreams of becoming a lawyer someday.
How to Become a Lawyer in the Philippines
- Complete a 4-year Bachelor’s Degree in Arts or Sciences.
- Pass the PhiLSAT (Philippine Law School Admission Test)
- Complete law school.
- Complete the law internship.
- Pass the bar exams.
Did you know that lawyers in PAO (Public Attorney’s Office) with an entry-level position (Public Attorney I) earn a basic salary of Php95,000 (salary grade 25)?
Elementary Students Praised for Playing “One Day” Using Ukuleles
Elementary students at a school in Mindanao earned praise online after playing “One Day” using their ukuleles for a presentation.
Many netizens were impressed about their skills, with some commenting that it’s a difficult piece to play on a ukulele, yet most of them nailed it! Wow.
Elementary Students Play “One Day” Using Their Ukuleles
A lot of people these days have this mistaken notion that kids are only fond of using cellphones and no longer enjoy playing with traditional toys or learning how to use a traditional musical instrument – because you can find lots of options for those online or with their phones.
But a group of students from Dipolog Pilot Demonstration School impressed netizens with their skills in playing the ukulele as they presented “One Day” for the school’s 100-year celebration.
Seated on the steps of their school, the kids played the musical instruments seamlessly, except for a few issues.
And while some netizens pointed out that one of the kids appear to be struggling with the proper chords and kept shifting around during the entire performance, the overall presentation is still quite impressive!
Many netizens even commented on the post of the Facebook page “Kung Taga-Oroquieta City Ka” that they were deeply touched by the kids’ presentation and were crying while watching. Awww.
A lot also praised the coaches who made this possible – and others felt proud of the children even if they had no idea who these little ones are.
It’s also quite impressive to see that the class had so many ukuleles. It is unknown whether the kids own the musical instruments or if the school provided them, but what’s clear is that their presentation is truly admirable.
What’s a Ukulele?
A ukulele is a type of string musical instrument that’s smaller than a guitar. It usually has nylon strings as opposed to the metal used in standard guitars.
The instrument also has four strings but isn’t considered a “kid’s instrument” only. Instead, it can be played by kids and adults alike.
Proud Vendor Dad Offers Free Taho after Daughter Passes Board Exams for Teachers
One proud vendor dad offered free taho for everyone when his daughter passed the LET (Licensure Examination for Teachers).
Netizens were even more impressed to learn that the young lady passed after doing a self-review.
Truly amazing, right?
Vendor Offers Free Taho after Daughter Passes Teacher’s Board
Passing the board exams is truly a milestone that everyone can be proud of – and most of the time, the parents are their children’s proudest cheerleaders!
Of course, spouses and kids also feel the same thing. For example, a taxi driver offered free rides after his wife passed the LET.
The proud parents of a student who passed that same LET are also offering free taho to their customers.
Bobby and Rose Torallo happily got a tarpaulin up to celebrate the success of their daughter, Rosebel Cielo Torallo. The young woman had graduated cum laude from Baao Community College in Baao, Camarines Sur.
Apparently, based on her mom’s post on Facebook, she had also self-reviewed for the licensure exams – and this made her success even sweeter for the family.
In the post of her mom, Rose, it showed that the family’s main source of income is from selling taho. It was through this that the parents were able to send their kids to school.
Rose lamented that there were times when people looked down on their because they are “just” taho vendors.
Thankfully, the family didn’t mind what these people are saying. Instead, they persevered and put their faith in God.
She thanked all her kids for cooperating and striving hard to succeed in their studies even if their parents are only supporting them by selling taho.
How to Celebrate Passing the Board Exams
There are many ways to celebrate passing the board the exams. Some of these are:
- Throwing a party
- Buying cake
- Going on a trip
- Treating your family, friends, or even strangers to something (such as a free rides from taxi drivers or free taho from vendors)