National Get Over it Day - March 9
Thu Mar 9th

National Get Over It Day

People from around the country observe National Get Over It Day on March 9th. GET OVER IT. The day is to do exactly that, as it says, so it will do exactly that.

It"s"It" may refer to a variety of things.. Often we have to get over the little things, like spilled milk or traffic. And even news such as being passed over for a promotion, poor grades, or a discussion with a family friend should not force us to live our lives in a state of poverty forever.

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  • Don't get riled over something minor any longer.
  • The score with yourself and your burden will be lighter, and the burden will be lighter
  • "If onlys" and "what ifs" are the fear of the future, so say goodbye to the days with a more positive mood. The "if onlys" and "what ifs" are two common concerns
  • In an obstacle course race, see who gets over the objects in their path the fastest
  • Get rid of the cold that has been nagging you for weeks
  • Has something trivial been weighing on your mind? To post on social media, get over it and use #NationalGetOverItDay to get over it

History has long been in favor of national get over it day

After having trouble getting over an ex-girlfriend, Jeff Goldblatt created Get Over It Day in 2005. For more details, visit for more details.

Get over it FAQ

What's another way to say, "get over it"?

A. There are a few different ways to tell someone to "get over it."

  • Let it go
  • Move on
  • Forget about it
  • Forgive and forget
  • Bury the hatchet

What is the "it" in the phrase "get over it"?

A. Everyone's "it" is different for everyone. It may be romantic or otherwise related to a marriage. It may require a diagnosis or injury. A word that changes a perspective is "it": something difficult to accept, difficult to change, or a term that changes a perspective. Whether or not it's "it" is, getting over it is one step in healing and understanding. Until the process of "getting over it" is complete, it's impossible to look forward.