Therapist Recommened Break Up Songs

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sunset-1081739_1280I’m sorry you are here. Because if you are, it means that your heart is breaking. (Or maybe its already shattered in a million little pieces.) I’ve been there.  Music is comforting.  When you listen to a song where someone expresses the pain in your heart it can feel good knowing that you are not alone.  Even Justin Timberlake has a “I’ve been cheated on” song.  Break up songs are a must to get through this heart breaking time.

Here are some of my favorite songs and other songs that people have told me got them through hard times.

(Link will take you to iTunes.)

I’m Angry

F*ck the Pain Away – Peaches Me, Myself & I, G-Eazy & Bebe Rexha Blame, Calvin Harris Feat. John Newman   Somebody that I Used to Know – Goyte

 Tyrone – Erykah Badu

Since U Been Gone – Kelly Clarkson

 Forget You – Cee lo Green

 Before He Cheats – Carrie Underwood

Like The Way I Do – Melissa Etheridge We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together – Taylor Swift The Scientist – Coldplay

I’m Sad

When I Was Your Man – Bruno Mars Someone Like You – Adele Unbreak My Heart – Tony Braxton Apologize – One Republic Stay With Me – Sam Smith Bartender – Lady Antebellum

 Cry Me a River – Justin Timberlake

What Happened to Us?

“Let It Go” James Bay

 Foundations – Kate Nash

 Hate On Me – Jill Scott

Roses, The Chainsmokers Feat. ROZES

Make-Up Music

Lean on Me, Sounds From the Ground

Better Off Single

Golden, Jill Scott
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