A Hopeful Break-Up Playlist

To borrow a fairly crappy joke from my dear friend Mary, the forecast for Spring break-up this year is a bleak one. (Break-up is a term we use in AK in the spring when all the ice is melting and chunks of snow are flying all over the place…hence- break-up. Hopefully my explanation didn’t ruin the joke!)

Anyway, if you, my dear reader, are anything like me, you experience life through the lens of many emotional high highs and low lows. I have always been one to channel my emotions through music, but this can sometimes be dangerous- I listened to one very bitter song about 100 times on repeat before realizing this song wasn’t helping me move on, it was only making me more upset and causing me to stay in my funk longer. Haha, who am I kidding, I know I’ll listen to my angry song again. It’s a great song (if you must know, it’s Peter Pan by Kelsea Ballerini). But, when you want to try and be good for a while, here are some of my favorite breakup songs- about moving on, loving yourself, and trusting in the beautiful future God has in store for you.

If you would like to listen to this playlist on Spotify, I’ve somehow managed to be a technology wizard and have placed a handy-dandy link in this post!

Find me on Spotify here:

Hopeful-Yet-Sad Breakup Songs

Someone Like You by Adele

Landslide by the Dixie Chicks

A Little Too Much by Shawn Mendes

Lose You to Love Me by Selena Gomez

Vulnerable by Selena Gomez

Look at Her Now by Selena Gomez

Rare by Selena Gomez… basically her whole “Rare” album is a breakup masterpiece

Cruel Summer by Taylor Swift

The Archer by Taylor Swift

We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together by Taylor (a true classic)

22 by Taylor Swift (if you want some happy hope)

All You Had To Do Was Stay by T. Swizzle once again

Love Ain’t by Eli Young Band

Praying by Ke$ha

Art of Letting You Go by Tori Kelly

Dear No One by Tori Kelly

Coffee by Tori Kelly

Better When I’m Dancing by Meghan Trainor (listen to this one last if you want a dose of upbeat happiness)

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