Although we learn a lot about relationships when we're into one, we learn more when we're out of it. After grieving, we start to see things clearly without complications; without all the feelings that gets into the way of mind that prevents it from thinking straight. We start to see the big picture thus, we learn from our mistakes better. Below are some lessons you only learn after a breakup:
1- When being rejected and hurt, the best revenge isn’t to see the one who hurt you suffer or see him realizing your worth. If anything the best revenge is for you to be happy and to accept yourself the way you are, to stop seeking approval from the outside and to be yourself, even if he won’t see you becoming happy, the only one who needs to see how happy you are is you.
No one wants to be that “another one” in someone’s life, we all want to feel important, but just because someone didn’t see you important doesn’t mean that you’re not important, you don’t need others’ approval, you’re worth all the care in the world.
12- The end of the relationship might seem as a reason to mourn, while it’s merely a part of the life cycle, “no life, life, no life” it’s not the end, it’s the beginning of a new relationship, that’s how you should view it, if you’ll get trap in the depression of the breakup, then you’re not allowing these feelings to be a part of life, and you’re then forgetting that endings becomes beginnings.