Breaking up with a loved one is one of the hardest things that anyone can go through. Of course, sometimes the circumstances and the length of time you have been together can make a difference, although the feelings will still be the same. When your in a relationship, the chances are you have laughed, cried, been angry, frustrated, upset, happy and just become generally tired with life, although you might have also never thought life was better. This is what the majority of people feel, as relationships have their ups and downs.
The problem is that when a relationship breaks down, you start to reminisce all the good and bad times you have, until it slowly merges into one big picture of your relationship. This certainly isn't healthy and many people actually fall into a state of depression at this point. This is something you simply can't let happen to your body. Depression is very serious and if you find yourself there, it is just another thing that you'll need to get over eventually, and you already have enough on your plate.
Whilst it might seem like a good idea to try and battle your relationship issues on your own, that isn't always the best idea. There is plenty of free advice on the internet, although that isn't a popular choice either. There are a range of e-books and guides available that cost just a few dollars, which might be worth looking at. They offer some great pieces of information which will certainly help.