Most Helpful Guy
From a relationship coaches perspective, there are but a few things that will help you move on:
1) Remind yourself why the break-up occurred. In other words, you two broke up for a reason; something was wrong in the relationship. We tend to remember and want to rekindle the good while focusing very little on the reality of the not-so-good.
2) Fill your time with meaningful hobbies, time with friends/family, work. This will get your mind focused on something other than your relationship.
3) Re-find your confidence. The hardest part for most people is the (self-created) feeling that they will be lonely forever, won't find anyone new, etc. This is a lack of confidence and until you re-find yours, the break-up will continuously create this version of a lonely way forward for you.
4) Time.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
No contact for starters. Spend as much time as you can with friends and family. Go out and get your hair and/or make up done, just something to make you feel good about yourself. And take some time for yourself to be single for a while.2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE