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Celebrities Advice on Heartbreaks

Category : Entertainment
Posted By : AmnaAnees
Posted Date : 25 Jul 2019 15:40 hrs

There come some complicated situations in life, when your heart fills with sorrow, and you find the whole world around collapsed. Here, this piece is for anyone who is suffering from a recent heartbreak and finding it hard to cope up in a problematic situation. Surely, you'll find these celebrities advice on heartbreaks very comforting. Let's dig in!
•    Sandra Bullock
The gorgeous, stunning and elegantly bold Bullock advised her fans to be brave, and courageous when dealing with hard situations. In an interview to Vogue, she said, "We're all where we're supposed to be. I am exactly where I want to be now. You can't go backward. I'm not going backward. I'm grateful that I'm here, blessed to have what I have. Nobody can be prepared for anything. You end up in a place where you can look back and go, 'It happened, but I'm so lucky to be sitting where I am sitting.'"
•    Anne Hathaway
Anne Hathaway is an uplifting soul. Her charisma, beauty, and inspirational life experiences can be very motivating for people dealing with sorrow or pain. While sharing her own bitter experience in relationship, she said in an interview with the Telegraph, "Goodness, it was a bad relationship. It was an embarrassing break-up. I have that a bad love experience is no reason to fear a new love experience."  There is no use to remain stuck in the past; rather, it'll be best for you to move on and meet with someone with whom you can share your life.
•    Rihanna
The stunningly gorgeous, and motivational public figure, Rihanna communicated with her twitter followers saying, "Believe that the heartbreak was a gift in itself. Cry if you have to, but it won't be forever! You will find love again, and it will be even more beautiful! In the meantime, enjoy all that YOU are!" Just believe in the good within you, and cherish it. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise.
•    Alexa Chung
The bold and the beautiful Alexa Chung has very realistic advice to give to the people going through the pain of break up. In an interview to the Stylist, she said, "Hair is so linked to how we feel, and everyone goes for something radical after a break-up, but my advice is not to touch your hair. It’s the first thing women do, but you’re not in a fit state to make long-term decisions. You’ll have to spend four years growing it out. Buy a lipstick instead. Go and kiss loads of other people, but don’t f***ing touch your hair." And rightly so, looks can undoubtedly make or break your personality.
•    Jennifer Aniston
Our very own "Rachel" from the "Friends," Jennifer Aniston intricately explained the complexities of heartbreak. Opening up about heartbreaks, she said in an interview with vanity fair, "There are many stages of grief. It's sad, something coming to an end. It cracks you open, in a way—cracks you open to feeling. When you try to avoid the pain, it creates greater pain."
•    Cameron Diaz
Cameron Diaz made this feeling of going through the suffering of pain very personal, and certainly relatable. While chatting with InStyle, Diaz said, "When I was going through a bit of a heartbreak a little while ago, I said to a friend, 'Wow, this hurts!' And he said to me, 'That just shows you what your capacity for loving is.' I would rather have my heart broken a thousand times than never to love at all. I have so much love to give—I'm not empty of love, I'm full of love." Being heartbroken ultimately exhibit that you are capable of loving someone. You are a kind and warm-hearted person who is fully able to understand beautiful feelings of love, affection, and warmth. And there is no need to feel sad about that.
•    Mindy Kaling
The confident, and amazingly encouraging Mindy Kaling have always remained an inspirational figure. She has dealt with so much in her life, and she has never remain shy of sharing her experiences. She said that she always has emerged more powerful, strong, and self-assured after some bad experiences. She can give one of the best celebrities advice on heartbreaks. In an interview to BuzzFeed, Kaling said "I've noticed that whenever I've felt the most boy crazy or when I've wanted to get married, it's been when I've been not so happy professionally. I have this thing—and it'll happen like five times a year on a Sunday night—the feeling like, 'Oh, a family would be great.' Not even being in a relationship—but a family because I'm 35. I think what snaps me out of it is just the fact that I love being by myself. I think that if I was in the wrong relationship, which I have been in several, that would be so much worse than the feeling of autonomy I feel right now."
•    Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift is one of the most followed icons in the modern age. She has millions of followers, among which mostly are the young lot. She has always remained very much bold and open about her life, relationships, breakups, and friendships. And being one of the topmost followed personality, nothing can stay off the limelight or out of the news. In an interview Elle, Swift advised to apt new habits, and move on, as one cannot remain at a single point forever. She said, "The more you live your life and create new habits, you get used to not having a text message every morning saying, 'Hello, beautiful. Good morning.' You get used to not calling someone at night to tell them how your day was. You replace these old habits with new habits, like texting your friends in a group chat all day and planning fun dinner parties and going out on adventures with your girlfriends. And then all of a sudden one day you're in London and you realize...you're fine."




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