When it comes to dealing with a broken intimate relationship, it is important that you look past the pain and find a way to survive even when things at the time seem impossible.
A marriage break up often results in feelings of fear and misery.
Unfortunately, many people going through these feelings have no one in the world to turn to.
Dealing with a break up all by yourself can seem an impossible task at first, but consider how many people deal with loss (even serious or crippling) in their lives and survive to talk about it.
You too will be able to get over what feels like a crippling break up, but only if you approach it the right way--there are many professionals at your disposal who are schooled in helping people who have suffered loss.
So why is the pain from a marital break up so difficult? Many feel people that when they're dealing with a personal break up it seems as if they are the only ones who have suffered, or indeed are suffering, the kind of pain they're going through.
It is important that if you're in this situation that you continue to try to heal by involving yourself in your normal routine rather than allowing yourself to give up on the situation and perhaps resorting to medication to dull the pain.
Dwelling on a painful split from your spouse will not help you, so instead you should work on trying to get over it.
Spend time with your friends, relatives and workmates and above all ensure that you associate in the main with positive people who are going to be there to give you a leg up when you are feeling low.
Don't concentrate on distressing feelings, but endeavor to focus on the positive parts of your life in order to support healing.
If you remain positive and don't wallow in self pity, your friends will more than likely dedicate themselves to helping you through your situation.
If they want to help don't dismiss them, because going out and devoting time to be with your friends and people that you care about is essential to the recuperative process.