2018-05-21

Toni Braxton's Un-Break My Heart

Sometimes the best way to get over a break up is to cry it out. A good cry can help heal the wounds and allow you to release your aggression that's bottled up.

Katy Perry's Wide Awake

Sometimes, the end of a relationship, is a newfound beginning. Once a relationship has ended, the reality can surface and shed light on the lies that we were living.

Adele's Someone Like You

The key to getting over a relationship requires an individual to forgive and move on. Living in the past will not make you feel better. Life is full of hurdles and overcoming them is essential to living in a happily ever after.

Justin Timberlake's Cry Me a River

Were you done wrong by your ex? If so, listen to 'Cry Me a River' and you'll find satisfaction in the karma that lies ahead.

Kelly Clarkson's Since You've Been Gone

Think of your break-up as a chance to be reborn and re-evaluate what's important in your life. Start over and learn from your mistakes. Allow the break-up to make you a stronger individual.

Whitney Houston's Try it On My Own

Think of the ending of a relationship as a chance to do things on your own and on your own terms. While it might be scary at first, accept the challenge and live through your own eyes.

Alanis Morissette's You Oughta Know

A ballad is always good but sometimes, when your heart is broken, you need a song that has more energy and allows you to release your frustrations. 'You Oughta Know' is just that - a song that allows to release your anger and come out on top.

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