On Heal­ing a Bro­ken Heart

Cosmopolitan (India) - - COSMO INTERVIEW -

“I had my heart bro­ken when I was young and I dealt with it pretty badly. But then, you know, life goes on and peo­ple move on—and that’s the les­son you learn. At the end of the day, I know I’ll get over it and I give my­self time to get it out of my sys­tem. Like ev­ery­one else, I mourn for a bit.”

“Your friends re­ally help when you’re go­ing through a breakup. I would stay with a girl­friend for some time, be­cause it helps di­vert your mind. I also rec­om­mend rit­u­als like delet­ing his pho­to­graphs, delet­ing him from all so­cial me­dia plat­forms, and also delet­ing his num­ber!”

“Some­one once told me that you should not feel sorry for your­self af­ter a breakup. In­stead, feel sorry for the girl who is go­ing to be dat­ing that guy af­ter you.”

“The best way to mend a bro­ken heart is to start work­ing out and look­ing amaz­ing. When you look good, it in­stantly makes you feel bet­ter about your­self. Fo­cus more on you, be­cause that’s the best way to heal.”

Sheer pan­elled tu­nic, The Cir­cus; em­bel­lished wide pants, House of Masaba;

ear­rings, Fu­tur­ol­ogy; san­dals, Chris­tian Dior Styling: Hair & Make-Up: As­sisted By: Linen:


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