Break-ups, it seems are unfortunately the norm in this day and age rather than the exception. It does not matter who broke it off, or whose fault it was, the fact is that both parties will feel the loss even if it is to different degrees. Recovering from a break-up requires time and conscious effort.
The first step in the road to recovery is to give yourself time to heal. If this means you need to be alone for some then by all means do so, or if you feel you need a good cry, then get it out of your system. Obviously, this does not mean that you hide away from the world for months; a few days or one week at the most should be enough. The best thing you can do for yourself at this stage is to stay busy. Focus on your job, friends, family members or take up exercising or join a gym. Become involved in something that you enjoy and will help you take your mind off the relationship that did not work. Make an effort to meet people, not necessarily with the purpose of finding a partner, but just so you are around people. The last thing you want to do is rush into another relationship. Use this time to reflect on why things went wrong and how you can avoid mistakes next time around. Take the time to strengthen the spiritual person in you. You can do this by reading books, going to church, mosque, synagogue or just praying by yourself. You will be pleasantly surprised how these things calm you and help you to put all issues in the proper perspective.
What you don’t want to do is dwell on the past, it is over and done with so move on and concentrate on the future. One final word, do not resort to the blame game with your ex, it will not solve anything and only aggravate things more. Simply put them out of your mind and start recovering from a breakup.