Breakups suck but the music about breakups doesn't! Going through heartbreak blows but it makes certain songs sound so much better!

I am introducing you to my top 4 songs I have enjoyed after having my heart ripped out. These songs have motivated me, help with the healing process, and most of all move on. We all go through the whole insane thoughts of never finding someone better than your ex when that isn't true. I remember the toxic past relationships I was in they taught me a lot. But it is funny how we turn to friends for advice but usually learn it through music. I love how we can relate and feel the music that talks about a certain hardship people experience. The four bands that helped me through some stuff in the past are In This Moment, Shinedown, Seether, and Highly Suspect. Let me know what your favorite songs you enjoy during a heartbreak in the comment section below.

Hope you enjoy my top 4 songs I enjoy listening to after a breakup!

 

  • 1

    In This Moment - Roots

    I remember when I heard this song for the first time I felt like I had all the power in the world! This song really had me thanking my ex for all the bulls**t  he put me through. It took quite a while but I sure did learn a lesson and this song also helped my mood.

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    Highly Suspect - Little One

    Highly Suspect tell a story about someone losing their lover, best friend, your right hand. It's the feeling you experience after losing the one you love. We all are familiar with that feeling you get in your chest and all over your body when a relationship is over.

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    Seether - Careless Whisper

    I prefer Seether's version of "Careless Whisper" over the version from George Michael. When you go through heartbreak you feel like you're going to die. Most people feel like they won't ever be able to dance, sing, be happy again.

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    Shinedown - Thick As Thieves

    This song can relate to you if you've been in a love/hate relationship with someone. We all go through relationships where some work out and some don't. This song is a spirit lifter for your soul.

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