How to Focus on Studies After Breakup: 10 Practical Tips

How to Focus on Studies After Breakup: 10 Practical Tips

I do agree that there is no such thing as Perfect-Time for a Breakup. But breaking up with someone when they’re about to prepare for their final exams (despite already having this in mind) is the worst thing you can do to somebody. 

I was very much aware of the fact that “Nothing lasts FOREVER in this cruel world,” but knowing the factuality and facing it, in reality, are totally two different things.

Breakup depression is not an easy thing, and it can ruin lives; I’m sure you must have heard or even seen such cases around yourself, didn’t you?

They say, “Whatever happens, it happens for a reason” (maybe to make you strong?). So I accepted this with an open heart and made a strategy to do well in my exams.

So, in this blog, I’ll share the 10 tips on how to focus on studies after breakup that I applied to secure an A+ in my exams (and you, too, can).

10 Practical Tips to Focus on Studies After Breakup

How to Focus on Studies After Breakup


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Accept The Situation

This is the most underrated tip on how to focus on studies after breakup. The very 1st thing that you need to tell yourself is that you’ve to accept the breakup, no matter what, because there’s no other way. If you keep denying it, the process of healing won’t even begin; I want you to know that. Accepting the situation would start the process of healing.

Breaking up is hard, but it’s not the end of the world. Just convince yourself to learn a lesson and hope for a better future. In our early 20s, we meet so many temporary people in life, and you know what? There is a reason for that: GOD sent those temporary people into our lives only to teach us a permanent lesson.

It’s NOT Punishment, but a GOD’S PLAN.

Learn To Control Your Emotions

If you don’t learn how to control your emotions, someone else will do this and will probably use it against you. Some great-minded people are born with this, but that doesn’t really mean one can’t learn this skill. It’s pretty much easy; you just have to follow these steps. 

  • Take a deep breath.

  • Accept all your emotions.

  • Know when to express.

  • Give yourself space.

  • Learn not to react but to identify emotions.

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Delete Social Media Apps

How to Focus on Studies After Breakup 

This is the thing that immediately needs to be done. We all know that social media is a BIG DISTRACTION, and to avoid that, simply just UNINSTALL all of them from your cell phone.

The other factor here is that if you don’t do this, you’ll definitely stalk and search for them on each of the platforms that you use. And trust me, this will only hurt you more.


Block Them From Everywhere

Another great tip on how to focus on studies after breakup is to blocking your ex. If you don’t do this, he/she may distract you from your determination, and you won’t be able to focus on your studies. You need to prioritize your goals, take this heartbreak as a temporary setback, and just not let this affect your long-term academic and career goals.


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Delete Anything That Makes You Miss Them

I know it’s not an easy thing to do, but I just want you to know that. Deleting their pictures, chat, and memories is important; without this, you CAN’T move on. If you keep looking at their pictures every day, reading old chats over and over, It will only create a fuss. 

To reach somewhere, you just have to leave something behind. If you don’t let your PAST go, the FUTURE won’t come to welcome you.


Make a Study Routine in Small Blocks

Do not burden yourself with a long, tough, and hard study schedule; divide that into small blocks. Long study hours would only decrease your ability to focus. On the other hand, if your study plan is divided into small blocks, you’ll feel more energetic and more focused. And the most important thing is that, with this study method, you could easily spare some time to process your emotions.


Pen Down Your Thoughts Everyday

How to Focus on Studies After Breakup

Writing down your thoughts every day is very important for your mental health. Sometimes, we can’t share with someone what we feel, but we can always write it down. No one can describe you in a better way than yourself.


Make an Exercise Routine

It’s one of the most important steps in the healing process of a breakup. It depends on oneself whether you choose a gym routine or a yoga schedule or maybe going for a walk daily, but you just have to make an exercise routine. It’s very good for your mental as well as physical health.  

An exercise routine makes you look good, and they say, “When you look good, people will become your slaves and will subconsciously do whatever you want them to do.”

Talk To Your Most Closed Friend

There is always that one person in our life, the most closed one, whom we can trust blindly. Open your heart to them, and they will definitely give you some advice or kind words; even if not, your mind will be relaxed.

Give Yourself Time

Time is the ultimate solution for every wound. With every passing day, you’ll realize that you are healing. The pain of heartbreak will gradually disappear. And there will come a day when you’ll say this to yourself, “Hurrah! I finally overcame that.” Trust me, It will definitely come (And that too, very soon, my friend). 

How to Focus on Studies After Breakup


I hope this blog helped you learn how to focus on studies after breakup. Know that — It’s never going to be easy, nor was it for me, but if I can do it, you can do this too. You just need to put in some courage, and you’re good to go.

You have to make yourself stronger and just keep on moving; it doesn’t matter how slowly you go; you have to keep going.

I won’t deny the power of love, but at the same time, I also want you to know that you cannot underestimate the power of a breakup. I’m sure you must have heard the stories of so many people who have turned their focus onto their careers and made the breakup pain their biggest motivation to achieve excellence in their respective careers and life goals.

Nouman Anwar
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Nouman Anwar

Numan is an Accidental-Content Writer who never wished to be what he is today.

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