Recovering from a bad break up?
We have our own ways of dealing with a broken heart. Some cry themselves to sleep while some write songs or poetry, asking the world what went wrong with your now ex-lover.
It’s time to stop those mascara-stained tears and face the truth: move on na bes! Here are some friendly advice to help you mend your pusong wasak especially this cold season:
Be the Diva Queen of mga Pusong Sawi
No, don’t ever sing your theme song together.
Pick a wasakan tune like Adele’s “Someone Like You” or Brian McKnight’s “One Last Cry” and let the lyrics speak for your aching heart.
It might not help you move on right away, but it will definitely keep you away from stalking his Facebook till 3am.
“Sometimes it lasts in love but sometimes it hurts instead…“
Drink a lot, Cry a lot, Sagot ay ALAK
The number one drink for people in senti mode—-ALAK.
We don’t really encourage you to get drunk and broken, but if you want to cop the scene from a movie starring John Lloyd Cruz, then who are we to stop you?
Drinking liquor may calm the senses and dull unwanted painful memories such as your first date together, so bring a friend to help bring you home!
“Kalimutan siya—ITO ANG TAMA.”
Eating is the Best Medicine
Going to this whole break up ordeal is tough. So, you resort to comfort food like ice cream, chocolate, cake, fries, and burger just to feel that comfort you direly need.
Still, remember to watch out for your health and weight. Sweets may increase your happy thoughts, but it can also make you develop diabetes!
“Sa panahon ngayon, cake na lang ang sweet.”
Embrace your Bitterness!
Ampalaya is good for the health!
Being bitter may not be the best move, but it will help you vent out a lot of pent up feelings!
Embrace your kapaitan! Write a poem, a story, or a song – then recite or sing it out loud. It will help you move on from hate, sadness, and regrets in an artistic (and not to mention, stylish) way.
“Bitter na kung bitter! Aba? Wala ng mas sasakit pa sa Ampalaya-in ka!”
That’s how the Sangka-paitan madla handled their bitterness on Saturday, December 2 at the Music Hub.