Deal with a Best Friend Cutting the friendship For Good

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

The saying "breaking up is hard to do" can apply to friendships as well as relationships. When much of your life revolves around a certain person, it's hard to adjust to life without them. Here are some tips on how to cope.

Talk to someone. It could be another friend, a parent, a school counselor etc. Rejection is tough to deal with and having someone there to validate your feelings can often help you through the process. Even just plain venting is good.
Find a creative outlet to express your feelings. Even just keeping a written journal or an online blog can help.
>Volunteer. Helping someone in need can make your own problems seem much more trivial by comparison.
Join a club or group. Having something to do can take you focus off losing your friend while allowing you to make new friends.
Read a good book or watch a good movie. This will help keep your mind off things.
If your friend tells to you that you are both going to part ways, then please don't cry. It makes it harder for him or her and will not win you any sympathy.

Friends fade into acquaintances and acquaintances grow into friends. Just remember nothing lasts forever.

Dont push it, but try to find out what happened between you two, whether it be your fault or theirs; at least you will understand each other and help each other repair the friendship.

Don't talk incessantly about your old friend to other people. That can wear thin fast.
Don't complain about your old friend to people who are still friends with them or try to spread nasty/malicious rumors as a form of revenge.

Self Care For Sinusitis

A sinus infection can cause pain in your eyes or cheeks, trouble breathing through your nose, fever and discolored nasal discharge. How can you make your self more comfortable while you recover? try this self care for sinusitis .

Darpe a towel over your head and carefully inhale steam from a bowl of hotwater. Repeat several times a day. Or take a hot shower, breathing in warm , moist air.

Apply warm compresses to your nose, cheeks and eyes.

Drink more fluids. This will dilute mucous secretions and allow them to drain from your sinuses more easily.

Use bulb syringe to irrigate the inside of your nose with saline solution several times a day. This can relieves nasal stuffiness.

Take over the counter pain relieners for discomfort.

Avoiding bending over with your head down. This usually increases pressure.

Gently and regularly blow your nose.

Use over the counter decongestants or short term decongestant sprays too reduce congestion. Don't use a decongestant nasal spray for longer than four days in a row with out approval from your doctor.

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