Your friends (both on- and off-line!) are a fantastic source of support.
At a time like this, you can feel a little lost. You've been part of a couple for so long, it's hard to remember how to be single again. But take the time to enjoy yourself, do the things that you want to do, maybe there's a book you've been meaning to read, an art gallery you wanted to visit, a movie you wanted to see, but couldn't - no time, relationship stuff, whatever reason.
Grab your pen! Even if what you write doesn't make it to the blue pages, it can be a release for you personally to get things out.
Okay, personal admission time... I've been in therapy for a year now. My therapist taught me the most fantastic exercise. If I find I'm worrying, or I have negative thoughts, I have to acknowledge the thought, but put it aside to deal with in my alloted "worry time", which is usually half an hour or an hour after I get home from work. I have a box by my bed with a pen and index cards. In that "worry time", I write down everything I've been thinking about, throw the card in the box and put the lid on. I've gotten the thought out, I've processed it, and it encourages me to move on.
I amended the exercise a little, and she thought it was great. Alongside my worry box (a black gift box), I have a happy box (a brightly coloured, swirly patterned gift box). After worry time, I write down happy thoughts to put in the box. It might be something as simple as the cashier at the grocery store who complimented my haircut. I never look at the worry box again, but I look at the happy box as often as I want. Sometimes on really bad days, I take a happy box card out and put it in my purse to carry with me all day.
It doesn't help when people say, "It's for the best", or "Just get back on the horse", or "I never really liked them anyway" but just remember they mean well.
Hope that helps a bit.
"I'm not crazy I'm just a little unwell"~ Matchbox 20