1.Stop going through their social networking accounts. No matter how badly you want to see if they’re still tweeting about you or posting pictures of them with other people, don’t do it. You’ll only see things that will hurt you, and you don’t need any more pain in your life. You don’t have to unfollow them, but don’t purposefully stalk them.
2.You know where they hang out or where they spend their time. Don’t walk through there if you don’t have to. You might tell yourself that seeing them is going to get you through the day, but it won’t. It’s not going to stop you from crying at night or feeling miserable.
3.They didn’t fix you. They never could have fixed you, because that’s something you need to do yourself. You are not a broken sign that needs repair. You’re a body, a mind, a person with feelings and dreams and aspirations. Fix yourself.
4.Delete the messages. It’s as simple as that. Hit delete, move on. Reading things from the past isn’t going to do anything for you.
5.Focus on you. Watch a movie, read a book, listen to a band, paint your nails, draw something (even if you’re bad at drawing). Try out new things to take your mind off of them. If your grades have been slipping, focus on getting them back on. The person who hurt you is in your past, and you’re heading for the future. Make the future better by being ready for it. Change yourself, but only for the better. Mold yourself into the person you want to be for the better, brighter days you’ll see."
— Five Small Pieces of Advice for Getting Over Someone, Elsie Gonzalez (via kidlove)
Fuck this is amazing.