35 Country breakup Songs Every Heartbroken Girl needs

35 Country breakup Songs Every Heartbroken Girl needs

Pour your wine and push through the pain.

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Sometimes the only way to make it through a breakup is through relatable tunes, a glass of wine, and some personal time alone.

1. All On Me

By Devin Dawson

For the times you’re pretty down and you need that guy best friend to talk to. Or when you wish your man was there to lay out your troubles.

2. It Don’t Hurt Like it Used To

By Billy Currington

Lyrics that make you want to think it doesn’t hurt and that your life will go on without them.

3. Think a Little Less

By Micheal Ray

Lyrics that’ll get you out of your house and hopefully meet someone that’ll make you think a little less about your heartbreak.

4. Love in a Bar

By Ryan Hurd

A cringe worthy song to cry and wonder why things went wrong. But oh, so good.

5. Written in the Sand

By Old Dominion

Because you read the guys expectations entirely wrong and wanted more of a relationship than he did.

6. Better Man

By Little Big Town

Raise your glass to the guy you had so much hope in and still love. Just not exactly who he really is.

7. New Girl

By Dustin Lynch

Girl, you’re a queen and the right guy will recognize that.

8. Right Girl Wrong Time

By Jeff Langston

Long distance relationships suck. Period.

9. Like I Loved You

By Brett Young

For your ex that threw around the L-O-V-E word when you actually meant it.

10. Any Ol’ Bar Stool

By Jason Aldean

11. Marry Me

By Thomas Rhett

The heartbreak sinks in when you realize you’re not the one.

12. Whiskey Lullaby

By Brad Paisley and Alison Krauss

A forever heart jerking song. For those couples that love eachother but can’t live with eachother.

13. Somebody Else Will

By Justin Moore

14. Whiskey and You

By Chris Stapleton

Honestly, it’s just a sad song to drink to and it sets the mood. It’s okay to be sad over a heartbreak, but only let it be for a night because you deserve more.

15. I Could Use a Love Song

By Maren Morris

16. Hold You Back

By Ryan Hurd ​

17. Fast Girl

By Seth Evans

18. Drinkin’ Too Much

By Sam Hunt

A tragedy of a song, but look at them now.

19. Fire Away

​By Chris Stapleton

20. Potential

By Danielle Bradbery

For the boy you know that has so much in them. Sometimes it's easier to keep believing what you think they are like than to let go.

21. Sway

By Danielle Bradbery

For the days you just can't get in a good mood, turn this one up.

22. Mercy

By Brett Young

23. Break Up in the End

​By Cole Swindell

24. Before he Cheats

By Carry Underwood

It’s a classic. The end.

25. Try

By Colbie Calliat

For that relationship that beat you up emotionally, listen to this and know your worth.

26. White Horse

By Taylor Swift

27. Tequila

By Dan + Shay

For those suttle things in life, like tequila, that remind you of your ex. Just don’t emotionally, drink call them. You’ll regret it in the a.m.

28. Keeping Score

By Dan + Shay

For that half way breakup when you walked out but nobody really said it’s “over”. These lyrics might make you wonder if your fight is petty and you’re just keeping score or if you’re actually hurt.

29. A Little Bit Stronger

By Sara Evans

Because it hurt like hell but you’re a stonger person everyday and you deserve to move on.

30. Woke Up in Nashville

By Seth Ennis

To the ex that chased dreams and not you. Big mistake.

31. Drunk Me

By Mitchell Tenpenny

32. Drowns the Whiskey

By Jason Aldean

33. Cry Pretty

By Carrie Underwood

34. Greatest Love Story

By LANCO

A story of what you wanted and maybe what you wish you atill had.

35. Rich

By Maren Morris

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The definition makes it sound really daunting. Truthfully, there is no one way to describe generalized anxiety disorder if you have it. It is hard to live with, hard to cope with and unfortunately, really hard to date with.

Girls with anxiety are different than the average girl when it comes to relationships. That's just an honest statement, no matter how much it hurts me to say it.

We need the constant reminder that you love us, even though we know in our hearts that you do. We panic when you don't answer your phone, in fear that we did something wrong. We care about your feelings when you say that we don't need to worry and we need to be a little calmer. But it's so damn hard.

It isn't easy to love someone who worries about everything 24/7. Half the time, we know we shouldn't be doing the things we do. We know we shouldn't blow up your phone or ask just one more time if you are mad at us. But we can't help it. It says it right in the definition: compulsive behavior due to excessive uneasiness.

Being with a girl with anxiety is probably downright exhausting. It's exhausting for us to have our minds constantly running and worrying. But I promise it's worth it.

We come to you with everything because you are the one person who always knows how to make us feel better. When we are happy, you are the one person we want to be happy with. We all know the constant reassurance, reminders and the same old arguments get old. It gets old to us too.

There was never a time I wanted to have a panic attack because my boyfriend wasn't answering his phone. In my head, I knew where he was because he was usually in the same three places. I knew he wasn't mad at me because I didn't do anything to make him upset. I knew how busy he was with his classes and he was probably studying and I needed to give him space. But the little voice in my head always argued, "What if you did something wrong? What if he's ignoring you because he's angry? What if he's seen your messages and calls, but no longer wants to be with you?" And then I give in. I call, I text, I cry, I panic. Only to feel even worse 10, 30 or 50 minutes later because you answer angrily, telling me what I already knew after I did what I knew I shouldn't have done.

Having anxiety is almost like having a drug addiction. You know all the things that trigger you. You know all the ways to stay away from the bad places in your mind so you don't end up relapsing. But you do anyway and it hurts worse every single time.

Dating a girl with anxiety is as hard as it gets, but she will love you like no other. She is so incredibly thankful for all the things you put up with to be with her. Because she is worried about being loved, she goes the extra mile to always remind you how much you are loved. She always asks if you are ok because she cares about the answer and knows what it's like not to be ok.

The truth is that dating anybody with anxiety is difficult, but it isn't impossible. You get back everything you put in, even though you may not realize it. Trust me, she is sorry for being the annoying, crying, worried, naggy mess and it embarrasses her because she knows better and she wants to be better for you. But please love her. Hold her, understand her, listen to her, calm her, be there for her. In your heart, you know she would turn around and do all the same things for you in a heartbeat.

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The 7 Stages Of A Breakup, As Told By Netflix's 'Someone Great'

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We all know how it feels to get your heart broken by a guy. Whether it be in your teens or in your 30s, everyone experiences it, or already has. After watching the movie “Someone Great" on Netflix, it hit me deep in my feels. If you haven't seen it yet, check it out. It made me realize all of the stages of going through a rough breakup, and I could not relate to a movie more.

1. When you first breakup and will cry about it to just about anyone

We all know that we do this almost immediately after a break-up. You are just trying to get out of the house so you go to the store, something reminds you of our ex, and next thing you know, you're talking the stranger's ear off in the grocery store for the next 2 hours.

2. When your friends call you and you say you're fine but you really haven't moved from your couch in two days and all you have done is eat two gallons of ice cream and watch "The Notebook" on repeat

"Just come do something with us, or let us come there."

"Nah, I'm okay, I actually have a super busy day today."

Yeah, if you mean busy as in binge-watching every episode of "Pretty Little Liars," then yeah, count me out of all plans so I can rewatch every episode for the next 3 weeks. We all know that feeling of not wanting to move out of bed for as long as you can after a break-up.

3. When that ONE song comes on at the mall, and you suddenly realize it was "your" song

This one hits differently. You're literally just minding your own business, trying to treat yourself to a little bit of a wardrobe change because of how sad you have been all week and BAM, it hits you like a train. Next thing you know you're crying in the dressing room of Forever 21 wondering where it all went wrong.

4. Finally caving in and hanging with your friends, realizing that this is what you needed all along

You never want to leave your bed after a breakup, you seem to cancel or bail out on every plan you try to make, then finally, after you have run out of tears, you actually follow through with a girl's night, and then you suddenly realize that all along, just time spent with the gals is what you needed. Trust me, been there, done that. In most cases, a dance party is also well needed.

5. The morning after your girl’s night, you realize that having these gals is better than the boy 

Having your girls there for you in such a tough time actually helps so much. It helps save the tears, the constant replaying of memories in your head, and saves you the time you could be wasting if you're sinking into a deep sadness over something so dumb. That support system is vital for post-breakup, and even I know that.

6. You let him go one last time

Whether it be writing a letter, throwing away all your old memories with him, or by finally getting all your clothes back from his place that have piled up over the past few months or years. It is a truly bittersweet feeling and might even hurt a little, but it's time. You're going to thrive without him.

7. You truly know how much better you’re doing without him

You have reached the point of no return. You’re finally thriving without him. You’re never going back, and you know how much potential your life has and how much better you are without him. Your heart is whole again.

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