It is not always easy to handle a break up after a relationship has ended. Don’t follow them around try to get them back into the relatioship. Calling them endlessly and pleading with them to see how much the relationship means to you won’t work either.
I am not saying that you should cut all communication, but you need to take a step back and give this person time to think things through without you being labeled a problem in the process.If you are going to call the person avoid talking about the relationship, talk about other things approach the whole thing from an angle of friendship. If the problem was temporary and your partner just needed some time alone then it should wear off.
If however the relationship is over and the chances of getting back have been narrowed down from slim to zero don’t worry your life must go on. There are lots of people who you would rather be with anyway. You still have your friends and family there for you. Just give yourself time and focus on moving on.
This is where you normally get told to go out a lot and hang out with friends and spend lots of time in other peoples company and so on. Yes this does help until of course that odd moment when you are alone and your mind wonders off back to the past. So besides spending time with other people you should think about the things that you enjoy doing on your own.
Even if you think it doesn’t count for much, If it keeps your mind away from your relationship then stick with it. People have a variety of things that they enjoy, like reading movies, playing sport, traveling and so on. Even if it’s just sitting in front of your computer and doing whatever, being alone shouldn’t make you feel awkward. These are just some tips and ideas, you can find sites where this whole subject is opened up, broken down and made so simple getting over a break won’t be the heartache you think it is.