Virgo, when you have had love breakups, you jump right into trying to have some control in your life. Whichever. And yes, normally you are going to do a project, or working for hours and hours at your job ... Whatever it is, as long as you have the emptiness that the relationship has left filled.The problem is that many times you force yourself to Virgo, and what your mind has to do is heal and relax first. But not you; you force the machine because you think that if you entertain yourself with other things, the break will be much more bearable. In the end, what you end up doing is saturating yourself with the new, and yet you do not finish fixing what has already happened. Not everything is cured by putting something above Virgo, and surely you have to learn to accept, cry and take out everything you have inside. Something that you know that now it still costs you.
WHAT YOU SHOULD DO:
Take time to reflect on what happened, but don't over-analyze. You want to have so much control that you need answers to all Virgo, but deep down, you have to accept. Accept that there are things that are out of your Virgo control, including relationships.Once you've truly accepted that it's all over, instead of avoiding the inevitable, you'll find that sense of peace you've been looking for, Virgo. And yes, you will realize that it was the best ending you could have had. Take out your Virgo emotions, and you can't imagine how much you can put aside if you do. And after that, focus a little more on yourself, a little more, please. Let the rest be secondary and spend on yourself, your time, and your money.