Get revenge by living the best you can, doing the best you can and just working on yourself to be awesome. The typical movie-ques revenge plots do not work in real life. Because in real life, there are consequences and actual feelings involved. Honestly, getting back at someone doesn’t solve anything. It doesn’t even make you feel better in the long run. It makes you even more angry because you didn’t take the time to get over it. So calm down, eat some ice-cream (you can’t get mad at ice-cream).
In the matters of heart, there is no such thing as revenge. As awful as it sounds, you won’t be able to get any sense of justice from harming someone who has harmed you. The reason for this is simple: you won’t be able to improve your life from harming someone else. It might not even be satisfying because you loved this person once. Harming them would harm you emotionally. The only real way for you to get any sense of catharsis is to find your way through the rubble and come out stronger on the other side. “The opposite of love is not hate, it’s indifference.” – Elie Wiesel
The best revenge is to live your life better and happier without them. That way, they will feel tortured thinking they missed out on great possibilities. Make yourself look better. Improve your social life. Focus your energy on striving for better career and whatever that would make you a better and happier person. It could even be just as simply as being content with your life and glowing with a fresh vibrancy. Everyone feels envious on people who seem to be happy esp when they thought those people should have no reason to happy. Even I feel intrigued and sometimes envious about this. I’m not even a schadenfreude type of person and those people aren’t my ex.\
Don’t do it!
You may be wanting to release a ‘short sharp shock’ on the person that you feel has hurt you, but believe me in a very short space of time they will get over it, whilst you will still be saddled with the frustration and hurt and anger of what you have suffered. Revenge will not help you, and in fact will only hinder you, because when you do get over this, and you will, believe me, you may well regret and will have to live with that action.The best way forward is to accept what has happened, take your time to heal, you may not necessarily want to forgive but just put it on the ‘back burner’ of life and move on to the discovery of new prospects and new people.