5 Remedies to Heal the Heartbreak of Divorce

Wedding photo torn in halfEveryone wants to believe in forever. Even if we know it’s not real, we hold the hope that our love will prevail, and that our marriages will last a lifetime.

When you got married, you deposited all of your hopes and dreams into your partner and the marriage with the belief that your investment would flourish and grow. You trusted that your return would come in the form of forever.

Now that your marriage is over, you have to reconcile what you thought you had, the future you imagined would be. Letting go of hopes and dreams is a painful process. This experience of loss feels like a betrayal because you feel you were promised forever and got never.

As hard as this is, if you don’t work toward relinquishing this disappointment, you will be stuck clinging to a belief that no longer exists. In the face of uncertainty, your tendency will be to return to what was or to focus on what could have been. However, you need to turn your attention to what is.

The rug has been pulled out from under you, which means you have to find your footing again.

Your dreams have been crushed, which means you have to reimagine a future grounded in a new reality.

Your fantasy of forever served you at the time you got married, but now you need to apply these healing salves to your wounds so you can find your way back to your own truth.

Five ways to get there:

  1. Define the meaning of forever: Forever is a term that comes from fairy tales and romantic movies. Most married people expect to grow old together, and remain married until death. This still isn’t forever. Reflect on what you really expected because sometimes the fantasy can create more suffering than necessary.
  2. Find your center: When your world changes overnight from certainty to surreal, and everything you thought you knew to be true is in question, it’s time to find your center. Your center is where you go to find peace and the answers to your questions. For some people, this is faith or spirituality. For others, it’s a meditative activity such as exercise or painting. Your center is your grounding, what will keep you sane.
  3. Reaffirm your values: It’s hard to feel confident in your own values and what’s important when everything you thought you trusted and knew is up in the air. You most likely held certain principles about your marriage and your commitment. You need to remember that your values are still in place even though your marriage isn’t. The standards to which you uphold yourself don’t need to change just because things didn’t work out as you planned.
  4. Reconnect to your dreams: You may feel that all of your hopes and dreams went down the drain with your marriage. While your dream of this marriage lasting forever has been crushed, you still have an imagination and capacity to create new dreams. It feels like you’ve been robbed of the future you thought you had, but you can still begin to imagine a new life worth living.
  5. Stay inspired: Despair is on the other side of hope, so once the hope is gone, things can become dark. It’s essential that you stay inspired to stay afloat. You can draw inspiration from role models, quotes, blogs, even your own children. You will want to give up, but you have to work at taking one step forward every day.

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  • elena d

    May 20th, 2013 at 11:38 PM

    my divorced wrecked my life.having invested myself in my marriage for over a decade the divorce was a bolt of lightning in my life.never could recover from its impact even now that three years have passed.

    how do I cope?by no having expectations any more. expectations are what bring the disappointment I the first place so why have them??

  • Donna

    June 8th, 2013 at 5:47 PM

    Same here !

  • Saif

    July 30th, 2017 at 4:44 AM

    I am fresh divorced man, I am misstated coz of my children separation, I am only allowed to see them one day a week. and the tragedy continues when I return them back. any advice

  • Showzeb

    August 15th, 2017 at 4:58 PM

    Saif Brother, I feel sorry for this situation. It is definitely easy to say but hard to implement but i know you can As you have survived from divorce hell. Stop meeting your kids, not only it will disturb you, but also it will damage their brain. Let them live in their own life and try to bring them with you forever through court. But if you will meet them every week you can never control your emotions nor your kids.
    I’d also recommend you to marry someone and try to develop your new family brother.
    Love you, may Allah solve all of your problems and help you knock out your life.

  • Magdaline

    May 21st, 2013 at 2:30 AM

    OMG. Totally just found out my mom and step-dad are getting a divorce. They have two young kids, my half brother and sister. Since I’ve been through divorce once with my mom and dad, I am sooooo sad for them. I know the pain they are getting ready to deal with and absolutely hate it for them. Divorce sux!

  • Lee

    May 21st, 2013 at 2:31 AM

    Big, huge question: why do people even bother to get married?

  • Shirley

    May 21st, 2013 at 2:32 AM

    All very good tips. Hoping this will help many. No resource available when I got divorced way back when. Everybody had no problem judging me and even less problem not helping me. Not easy being a single mom of three back in the day.

  • Cathy

    May 21st, 2013 at 2:34 AM

    I am in love with #4. So in love, that I am living it!! After my husband who cheated on me with our neighbor for all 12 years of our loving marriage took a hike, I decided to go back to school and do what I’d always wanted to: be a nurse! It took awhile, but nothing has ever made me happier than finally finding my way to persuing my true dream when I was at my lowest. It’s true that helping other people helps you feel better and I get to do that every day!

  • Bobby

    May 21st, 2013 at 2:36 AM

    When I read article like this, I realize I am the luckiest man alive. I’ve been married for 18 years now and I am still madly in love with my wife.

  • Jo

    September 21st, 2014 at 2:58 PM

    I wish you the best. This November is our 25th anniversary and I am still profoundly in love with my husband. Yet, he has left me and our family for his teen crush who wouldn’t give him the time of day in high school. He ‘got bored’ and moved on. Suddenly we no longer matter to him.

  • Sharon

    April 8th, 2015 at 7:49 AM

    I Know! How can they just walk away? I just can’t fathom.

  • Geoff

    May 21st, 2013 at 2:38 AM

    Oh, lordie. I am on wife #5.
    My kids tell me to quit trying.
    but I ain’t ready to throw in the towel just yet.
    I am thinking this one probably wasn’t meant to be either.
    I think I am just a hopeless romantic and get bored.
    With what is right in front of me.
    I guess I should probably do better.
    But the heart wants what the heart wants.
    But is sure is expensive!

  • Kell

    May 21st, 2013 at 2:39 AM

    I volunteer with a group at my church. Of people who are divorced. And I’m always looking. For new ways to help them. I can’t wait to show them this. Do you have any more ideas? For divorced people? Sometimes it’s hard to come up with new stuff. Because some of the people have been in my group. For like 5 years. I am glad they like me so much!

  • Shandra

    May 21st, 2013 at 2:41 AM

    Why does divorce have to be so hard? It’s what we both wanted, so why are we both so miserable? And, would we be less miserable if we got back together? Heck no!!!!!

  • Kay

    May 21st, 2013 at 2:44 AM

    I am struggling the most with suggestion #2. I can’t seem to find an activity that I can depend on as a source of comfort when I am upset and stressed. I’ve tried those suggestions, but I just haven’t hit on what will work for me yet. It is getting frustrating as I’ve tried different things for the last six months. The main thing I want to do is watch TV on the sofa with my blanket and pillow. I think that falls more under an avoidance behavior rather than a coping or centering behavior…

  • Melvin

    May 21st, 2013 at 2:46 AM

    Um, yep, so totally wanted to give up but just couldn’t b/c I had my child to look after. i had to be strong for her even when what i really wanted to do was crawl into a hole and not ever come back out. but she needed me more than i needed a hole to crawl into so i’d get up each day and put my clothes on and run around after her and guess what. at the end of the day i’d feel much better.

  • Sharon

    April 8th, 2015 at 7:45 AM

    It’s only been a week and a half since he founds rental in 5 days and moved out. Twenty years of marriage. I got very I’ll three years ago and am still considered Chronically ILL. We have two beautiful children and even though he loves them and hasn’t moved ‘ that far away ‘ I’m still CATATONIC which is really hard when a little girl and a thirteen year old boy look to me for strength. This is without a doubt hell on earth. And I’m a religious person. To watch your child sob for her father has made me suicidal. No I am not weak , have always been considered a fighter, or survivor because of my childhood too, but NOTHING AND NO ONE can feel the pain I do when I watch her cry for her father, my poor son just feels for me but won’t talk about it. Which is probably worse but he has Aspergers and is processing it all differently . I’ve never felt so physically and emotionally broken.

  • The GoodTherapy.org Team

    April 8th, 2015 at 11:41 AM

    Thank you for your comment, Sharon. We wanted to provide links to some resources that may be relevant to you here. We have more information about what to do in a crisis at https://www.goodtherapy.org/in-crisis.html

    Warm regards,
    The GoodTherapy.org Team

  • Edna

    August 3rd, 2017 at 6:04 PM

    You poor thing may God be with you and hopefully your better now and pain is gone. Sad for your children. Pain of seeing them hurt and U.S. Being miserable that we can’t do anything about it is the hard part.

  • Britt o

    May 21st, 2013 at 4:00 AM

    I think that there are times when most of us come to believe who we are and our self worth is all tied up in how we relate to another person. We somehow along the way forget who we are on our own. These are the people that I would think would have the most difficult time when hetting a divorce. When who you are has become so enmeshed with someone else then it is hard to go through that separation from another. I know that all of your tips are great ones, and once you can find yourself again then I think that all of them could be integral to the whole healing process.

  • Bill

    May 21st, 2013 at 1:58 PM

    This hit home. After 12 years she just unexpectedly pulled the plug for no reason except that she just “wants out.” We were perfect for each other and didn’t cheat, fight, have child or financial problems, or experience any other reasons for divorce. She just lost her mind and can’t keep her wedding vow.

    I hope it haunts her the rest of her life. I know I don’t deserve this, I’m a good guy and someone else will find their diamond in the rough some day. It really is a struggle for me right now though.

  • Andra Brosh

    May 21st, 2013 at 9:24 PM

    Thank you for all of your comments! I wish I could comment individually on them, so I’ll give some general responses. Divorce isn’t what’s hard, it’s ending the dream and the idea of forever. It’s the heartbreak that hurts the most. I’ve written about the physiology of heartbreak on my website. I also have lots of ideas and blogs about helping move through the end of a terminal marriage so check it out for more reading. With regard to #2, go to the bookstore and look through the books on spirituality until you find one that speaks to you. Find quotes and affirmations that resonate and read them daily. Try walking on the beach, swimming and being in nature. There’s nothing wrong with staying under a blanket and watching TV as long as it doesn’t become too much of a habit. You all need to heal.

  • bumber

    May 22nd, 2013 at 9:13 AM

    Before ANY of you marry, do your research into Narcissistic Personality Disorders FIRST. Before 29 years of controlling heart numbing agony passes and you are ALONE, BROKE and without help. Trust me. I am finally getting out.

  • Jennifer

    May 24th, 2013 at 5:53 PM

    VERY good advice! I can relate… if only I had known then what I know now!!

  • mike

    June 16th, 2013 at 4:44 PM

    well its been 1 1/2 years this is #2 after 20 years I accept all the blame don’t ask she filed.. but my anger and guilt is killing me I moved 650 miles to my home state, left my kids there now i don’t know to help my kids deal with her new friend, I cant say want I want to, I cant do anything ,I am so below the despair line,i cant help my self, I never wanted this I cant fix it. for any guys out there this sucks and women yes men do cry a lot, no insurance no therapy no help

  • tom

    December 23rd, 2014 at 5:09 PM

    Mike, remember to love yourself…….just because another person abandoned you emotionally ( it hurts I know ) does not make it OK to abandon yourself brother. Put your headphones on and go do whatever it is your good at man, and love yourself……it will make other people wonder and want to know what it is that makes you love yourself…that’s what made her love you in the first place. There are other fish in the sea my freind.

  • Shari

    September 22nd, 2013 at 8:58 PM

    It has been 2 years. I am trying new activities. I have dated. I currently have a guy friend who seems crazy about me.

    I still think about my husband everyday coming home from work. I still cry some everyday.

    I am doing all the right things to move on. But my heart still hurts.

    I was married for 23 years. We were about to become empty nesters. I was looking forward to the new chapter in our life. The rug wasn’t pulled out from under me. It still feels like the was a dig kicked out of the car in the country. Then I got hit by the Mack truck but I lived and I am still licking my wounds.

    It really does take time.

  • lisa

    May 29th, 2016 at 10:11 PM

    Same with me. I was looking for a new chapter of dating and loving each other more. Just like that, I found out he had been cheat ing for almost a year. He fell in love with. His co worker. All I do is cry and I moved out to my parents house. I can’t face him because all I do is cry. After 24 years of marriage and 26 years together and he doesn’t care about me or the college age children. I’m a mess

  • Blue

    June 1st, 2016 at 3:46 AM

    It’s been almost 10 months since I found out he was cheating… And 8 months since I moved out. I was in a bad place in the beginning, I feel much better now, I don’t think about him anymore, I don’t miss him like I used to. We don’t talk about our lives, we only communicate when it’s about the kids, only text messages.
    We see eachother only when he picks up the girls. It was really hard in the beginning, but now it’s much easier and it only takes a minute or two.
    After a while it doesn’t hurt as much and you realize life does go on.
    I lost who I thought was the man of my life, apparently he wasn’t…
    What I do know is that I will fall in love again, we all do, eventually.
    Life is not so bad after all
    Don’t get me wrong, I’m not completely over my divorce, it still hurts, some days more than others but I’ve realized the life I had is gone and I’ll never get it back again, I’m open to new experiences, even if that is really scary, especially when you have kids.
    But what can we do, we can’t just lay down and die, even if that’s exactly how I felt when it all started…
    It does get better

  • Bullie85

    October 23rd, 2016 at 2:21 PM

    yes i feel very bad for you. i been married 18 years and with her 24 years. We both lost our way and she will not try. i love this women and heart broken what is wrong with people totally broken

  • LaDonna

    November 18th, 2013 at 6:45 PM

    17 years and I am devestated. Although he took his money affection and moved out I still find myself hoping things will change. I still want him. The pain I feel in my heart wont go away. It hurts so much. Any advice. .. words of wisdom

  • tom

    December 23rd, 2014 at 5:01 PM

    23 years…my wife said she isn’t happy…I wasddevastated and still am. I have driven my family crazy with constant hashing over why. I am done. Think about it….1 person should not define you. I know its hard, I am with you, try this. Get your phone..download astreaming music app put in your head phones and llisten to music the you know makes you feel empowered. For me its 90’s hip hop what’s yours?

  • Rob

    September 21st, 2014 at 5:54 AM

    Can’t stop dreaming about my ex. Got remarried to a much older, wiser more experienced woman two years ago. Thought I could move on. Even preach in church how The Lord Jesus is the only answer to the Soul Wound. Now I am on a long vacation and that ends tomorrow. Don’t want to go back home and ‘ face life ‘ without being whole. Divorce is like being a living dead person.

  • Mandi

    September 21st, 2014 at 2:10 PM

    That is exactly how I feel. Just like an empty shell going through the motions.It hurts today just as much as it did 3 years ago.

  • Mandi

    September 21st, 2014 at 2:18 PM

    It’s been 3 years. It still hurts every time he comes to get or son for his weekends. I feel like an empty shell going through the motions. Every thing I do is because I have to. I want to curl up in my bed and never get back out. I push on for my son only.

  • Denise

    August 11th, 2015 at 9:10 AM

    My husband filed for divorce on May 30th. I have tried everything to get him to give us a chance. He won’t agree to it. He doesn’t talk to me and avoids me. I still love him so much. I cry every single day. I have wrote him letters pouring my heart out but it doesn’t phase him at all. He is so emotionally disconnected from me. We have been married 21 yrs. Together 24 yrs. I am so distraught. I want him back so terribly bad.

  • Fiorella

    November 1st, 2015 at 11:21 AM

    I’m going through the same.. And it really sucka. Especially when you love the other person and he doesnt love you back :/
    But what can we do. My husband is cold and distant, we have 2 small children..
    I m sending you possitive energy :)

  • liggy

    August 18th, 2015 at 12:10 PM

    My wife and I have been married for 9yrs next week and together for 14yrs. Yesterday we signed papers and filed for divorce. We have two little girls who we both love and cherish. Although we’ve been separated for a about 4 months there have been a couple lapses of reconcilliation. However, she kept going back to her wanting to separate and ultimately divorce. However, I found out this weekend she had been talking to a man she met online, for a couple weeks and was trying to start up a relationship with him before we had even in my mind ‘officially’ termintated the relationship or the expectation we could come back together down the road.. which was the last straw for ME actually wanting to try and make things work. I still love her but have too much respect for myself and have lost faith and trust in her and our marriage ever getting back to where I beleived it could have. During our marriage we were committed to eachother, there were no aggregious offenses and I figured we’d come out of the “tough times” with finances and schedules, stress, and young kids to once again live a happier “freer” life. She couldn’t see that future and became unhappy and became resentful of the situation and of me. She said she fell out of love with me. Honestly I think she will someday regret her decision, but maybe not. I am hurt and confused as are the great majority of our close family and friends. I didn’t see this coming and never thought she would treat me with the indifference and uncaring and unloving attitude she now does. When I found the “love letter” to this other man, I lost touch with reality and as others have mentioned have felt like an electrified zombie with nerves fried and all synapses firing, yet with a dull and cloudy mind that can only focus and dwell in the negative and continuously asking why?! I am committed to moving beyond that space but it is so very hard.

  • liggy

    August 18th, 2015 at 12:20 PM

    here are some of the mantra’s I’ve been replacing the negative thoughts with.. they have been helping me. Hope they might help someone else.. as this SUCKS.
    – Love radiates from me and I am the source of that love. It is infinite in supply and it’s circulation depends on and is governed by my decision to give or receive it.
    – I will NOT succumb to bitterness, jealousy, confusion, and hatred.
    – Only the strong can forgive. You must forgive others in order to save YOURSELF.
    – FOCUS on the positive. Your kids, your well being, and the future.
    – Your worth, value, and contribution to this world and the people in it.. IS NOT determined by the opinion of one other person.
    – Your worth and value is also self generated and determined only by you.
    – RISE ABOVE. Be the better person. Think of your kids. Live your life. She lives hers.
    – Work towards aloofness and indifference on all fronts relating to her.
    – When with her keep your energy upbeat, positive, and to YOURSELF.
    – Do NOT give away your power and energy to someone who is not willing to treat it as precious and valuable. I choose the flow of energy from me to others.
    – No longer talk or THINK negative about her or the situation. Work towards the best solution possible.
    – YOU WILL NEVER REALLY UNDERSTAND WHY. YOU MUST ACCEPT THAT. The why is irrelevant at this point.. it does not matter, she may not even fully understand why.
    – Don’t think about or dwell on the idea of her with other guys. YOU NOW WANT THIS DIVORCE so that need not consume your thoughts. There are many other things that you actually have control over to think about. You are harming yourself with these thoughts and giving away your energy. Only you can control your thoughts and the stories you make up in your head.
    – REMEMBER: One persons ability or inability to love you does not make you any more or less than you are. YOU DETERMINE YOUR WORTH.
    – Forgive yourself again and again if you need it. Forgive her, but remain aloof and indifferent.
    – I love myself! I love myself! I love myself! I good and pure, light, free, open to give and receive the infinite amount of love in this universe. She DOES not have a monopoly on your love.

  • Elisa

    September 8th, 2015 at 1:40 PM

    My husband asked for a divorce three months ago and it came out of nowhere! We had just moved to a new place and were making plans for the summer! All he said was he didn’t think he could be happy with me. I was shocked and asked all of the questions! He kept saying he needed time. Two days later he left the kids and I. I was in shock. For three weeks I just went through the motions. Three weeks after he left I found out he had cheated on me the month before he left and left us to be with her! Like anyone I completely lost who I was in that moment. I felt disgusting and ashamed! I was angry and still in love! How could he rip my whole world apart? What was wrong with me? Once I found out he tried to come back to make things right but he couldn’t handle my emotions and he was not willing to right his wrong. Right now we are still living together until he moves to another city. It is hard because we do everything a married couple does but in the back of my mind I know the end is near. I don’t want to let go and at the same time I am losing ny grip! I feel so much pain that at times I feel like I am dying! I replay the days after finding out just to relive the pain and feel alive! I talk to my PTSD councilor about it but just like war I see myself shutting down and wonder what do I do next?!? I don’t want to talk about it but at the same time it consumes my thoughts! I feel like I’m stuck in the middle of two worlds! It has only been three months so maybe time will everything!

  • Fiorella

    November 1st, 2015 at 11:26 AM

    It s hard to move on, especially after so many years together. I m also alone wit2 kids now and even though i still love him i know there s no turning back. It hurts but what can i do :/

  • Fiorella

    November 1st, 2015 at 12:58 PM

    My husband told me after 15 years of relationship that he doesn t love me anymore.
    We have 2 small kids, the baby is only 6 months old.
    I found out he cheated on me and I even forgave him, but he still didn t want me, now i m alone with two kids and no life. I had to move back to my home country…. Which doesnt really feels like home now because I was living in his country for 15 years.
    Because we have kids I have to see him almost everyday and it hurts! I wish i didnt have any feelings for him. But I do, I still love him and I cry everyday. My kids get me through the day but as soon as i put them to bed I start crying.. I just dont want to live like this anymore. It hurts so much… I miss him, talking to him… I wish he would come back to me but I know he wont.
    It’ s only been a month and i dont think i ll be able to take this any longeR, some days i just want to go away… Disappear. But i have the kids…

  • Billy Jake

    March 6th, 2016 at 10:58 PM

    i divorced my wife four years ago after a serious heart break, i vowed never to re-marry again. but now everything is changing. son needs a mom… in life change is constant

  • stiv

    May 31st, 2016 at 12:51 PM

    i am 29 and was with my partner for 15 years,childhood sweethearts,we have a son almost 4,just had a great holiday together and she told me she didnt love me anymore days after we came back and asked me to leave our house,i cant bare not living with her & my son every night and i am madly i love with her and feel like i cant go on,im almost 30 back living with my parents on minimum wage & no prospects,i feel like a failure to my son & myself maby because she has put me down many times but i just felt i worked hard,terrible hours for us but always felt i wasn’t good enough for her,,i sometimes blame myself what more could i have done?i know i could have done more but for a few years shes has showed me no affection and i found it hard to give love if i dont feel loved, although we did show love at times,i thought we would be together forever,we are both the only people we have “ever” been with and the thought of her finding someone else down the line and eventually another man being involved in my sons life and her sleeping with someone else makes me want to kill myself the only thing stopping me is my son,i can’t understand why she cant love me,i have my flaws but i am a honest good man and she says i am an amazing person but shes just lost her love for me i guess, i have always accepted her flaws and there are plenty believe me,but still i would do anything to get her & my family back.at the moment im depressed crying thinking about my son growing up in a broken home,my mrs was truly beautiful no exagerration* she can have any man she wanted really and i know the day is coming where she does find someone and when she does i dont know what i will do.i know i will never get over it.
    my biggest regret is i wish i could have expressed my love more,so to any lucky people out there still in love,tell them as often as you can you love them.

  • Robert

    February 10th, 2017 at 7:11 AM

    Your story sounds very similar to mine except we weren’t childhood sweethearts.

  • Sue

    June 10th, 2016 at 8:14 AM

    I’ve been reading all the comments others have put, trying to get my head round what’s going on in my own life. I’m the one leaving my husband after 23 years, really struggling but can’t carry on as we are. He had a fling 2 years ago whilst drunk at a party at home (caught them in the bathroom) we tried to sort things out but things have never been the same and he can still be flirty with other women, now I’ve ended up on antidepressants cos I just couldn’t cope with things as they are. I’ve told him I’m leaving with my daughter and we’re looking for a house in the area. I must say it hasn’t properly sunk in yet and it’s really scary thinking I’m be the only one providing for us. He’s taking it really badly which makes me feel worse but I think it’s for the best and in a few months we will both be better off.

  • Chris

    August 14th, 2016 at 7:11 AM

    My wife told me on Jan. 2 of this year that she wanted a divorce. Out of the blue…we have been married 27 yrs and I cant even think of a fight we have had. She moved out 2 weeks ago leaving me with my 3 sons. I just cant believe it. She has a lot of childhood “issues” that have never been dealt with…abuse, neglect and more but we have always been the closest of spouses and families. Im exhausted from trying everything these last 7 months…my sons and I are all shocked. Trying to look ahead…but its hard.

  • Robert

    February 10th, 2017 at 7:08 AM

    I know how you feel man. I’m going through the same thing.

  • Robert

    February 10th, 2017 at 7:06 AM

    My marriage to my wife was an absolute blessing for about 9-10 years. Then it fell apart. We were married for 13 years and separated the last 1 year. I am still in love with her even after the horrible final 2 1/2 years. I made a lot of mistakes. She made a lot of mistakes. Once we started to date each other again, things looked like they were on the mend. And then she started doing the things to me like she used to such as talking nasty to me. I pulled away once and for all. But I still hurt. I still love her even though we have both dated other people. I still want her back. Our sons want her to come home (she lives by herself). I try not to think about her but I cannot stop. I get out with friends. I go out on dates. I started to workout. I have tried to keep her off my mind but I just can’t.

  • Kristina

    January 15th, 2022 at 7:52 PM

    My husband just left me and my son after 16 years of marriage. Not picking up up the phone or responding to my texts. I am beyond devastated. Took off 3 days of work and can’t seem to function. Crying all the time. How do I pick myself up off the ground?

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