Imagine yourself alone and sitting in your couch with your favourite jammies on and you are basically dumbfounded staring at the blank spaces of your television, not knowing what to do. Then suddenly it hits you, ‘I want to go movie marathon’. Then watching these movies is the last thing you wanted and ever needed.

For some who have gone through a hard time with their heartbreaks and personal reasons for their anxiousness, they found that watching movies can actually help them relieve their inhibitions. And today, we are going to be of help. Here are the top 3 movies that you can relate to!

Eat Pray Love

Top one of the list is ‘Eat Pray Love’.  This is basically an inspiring movie for you to begin your ‘moving on’ state, and although you find it hard to heal from your breakup, this movie encourages you to heal by travelling the world, getting out from your comfort zone and falling madly in love… with pizza. All you needed is the beautiful Julia Roberts do it and you can feel like you yourself can do it also. 

Blue Valentine

Are you still so hooked up with the feeling of sadness, but you’re denying that you are still hurting? Well, let this movie help you cry a little until there’s no more left to cry. This movie is definitely a 12/10 movie that is rated to make you really cry.

Look, maybe you just need to let out a good cry before you can start to feel better and watch something happier, or do something at least that will make you happy. Watching this movie, slow yet beautiful dissolution of a relationship makes you feel like someone out there actually feels what you are feeling right now, that you are not alone with what you are going through, or that there is more worst pain out there than the pain you are feeling right now.  And sometimes, it is okay to just need that at the moment. 

How to be Single

The last thing you will ever need is to learn and to love how to be on your own again, this is the very first step towards moving on. That is exactly what this movie speaks for! This is a different take on appreciating friendships, love, loss, and putting your broken pieces back together but this time alone. 

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