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Old 11-20-2012, 11:30 AM   #221
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Originally Posted by mcr_driver View Post
Day two after the break up, mix of emotions, some parts glad most parts are disappointed and hurt she wasn't willing to work things out. Other parts of me are wondering wtf happened and whether i am right or wrong in all of it.
went through the same sh1t. many months later I laugh about it and am glad we broke up.
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Old 11-20-2012, 12:02 PM   #222
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Yup, I have moments of clarity where I know you're right, also others and admittedly myself when I think logically know this is right, but in the interim it does hurt...I guess time is like a scale and as the weight shifts over it will get easier.
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Old 12-27-2012, 04:09 PM   #223
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went back and read the first post, man it really is amazing advice. Need to get my balls out i think i packed them by accident.
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Old 01-20-2013, 03:36 PM   #224
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I believe this works very well: linkin park's Roads Untraveled

Weep not for roads untraveled
Weep not for sights unseen
May your love never end and if you need a friend,
there's a seat here along side me.
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Old 10-06-2013, 02:02 AM   #225
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I realize this isn't exactly on-topic, but I thought it was pretty amusing... Interactive 'Does Your Ex Want You Back' Quiz.

^^ basically you answer a bunch of questions, and then you get a 'scoring report' that tells you how likely it is that you would be able to get back together with an ex. I scored 59, which is very low, but a) I don't want her back and b) we broke up 2+ years ago...

(No idea how scientific this quiz is, but it's an amusing way to kill 10 mins if you're bored).

Anyway, sorry to temporarily de-rail the thread... carry on with the breakup healing!!
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Old 10-10-2013, 02:18 PM   #226
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Old 12-24-2013, 04:49 PM   #227
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Re: *** How to get over a break up ***

Figured I'd chime in seeing as how my ex and I just broke up after 9 years. Our relationship was great, we were happy and rarely fought. Both very go with the flow type people, but in the end we wanted different things. Getting over someone after such a long time is very difficult. I agree with a lot that has been said, surround yourself with friends and family, get out and meet people but don't look for love to replace what is now gone. You are mourning a past relationship, give yourself time to heal. And most important of all is to def keep focused on you. lose weight, save money, volunteer, whatever you can do to keep your spirits up and better the world and your life. Good luck to you all. Che Sara Sara!

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Old 02-28-2014, 08:06 AM   #228
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Originally Posted by CollinsE90 View Post
Suicide most likely, very common.
Oh god, if my current ex threatens this on me, I'm going to end up running back to save her.
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Old 10-30-2015, 02:58 PM   #229
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There is only one possible advice : unleash yourself , do what you afraid to do , defeat your fears and you will find yourself
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Old 07-21-2016, 11:25 AM   #230
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This thread is a riot.

One guy posts a tutorial for how to get over your ex, which some agree and give him props.

Then comes in Reno...

And everyone says to Reno it will be okay!! Give it time little Reno!! Go outside!! Do something!!

Then another few say "woot this thread helped me gain a little bit of myself" and in come Reno... "it's been 3 months boys!' I'm still thinking about her "

But nevertheless, the group keeps nudging that you need to focus on yourself and keep the negative emotions at bay... And then once more Reno barges in and blurts "I can't ****kin do it!' I love her! I want her! She's in my head forever and ever!!"

I need to do a few of these mentioned thngs...
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Old 05-10-2017, 12:38 AM   #231
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It's been a week since my girlfriend broke up with me. We dated for just over a year, and known each other for over 5 years. She has been the soul source of my happiness for over a year. We had an issue back in October where I made a new friend who was female. I was excited to make a new friend and openly showed that, but she was not thrilled to me excited about another girl, and slowly developed a hatred for my new friend. To this date, the two have never had a conversation.
As months go by, my ex girlfriend is more vocal about her hatred towards my new friend. It developed into a "you can't go to her house, she can't come to yours." "You can only speak to her a combined hour a week." And I obliged because I loved her. We had another disagreement and nearly broke up, only coming back together under the condition that I would not speak to my friend until we all hung out (an offer she has had previously but refused). I was in the wrong and I continued to hang out with her.
I ended up telling my girlfriend, bringing up the issue so it wasn't swept under the carpet. Of course, she felt betrayed and lied to, feelings she rightfully could feel. At this point, I was in the wrong. I justified it in my head by telling myself "it was unreasonable," but it was me who agreed and that makes me wrong. I felt sad and reached out to my ex girlfriend, to see why an otherwise flawless relationship (agreed by her as well), failed. In the end, she shared that she felt I was overly excited about my new friend when I met her, and that I was hanging out with her too much. I could go on, but I don't want to rant. She just said she never wants to talk to me again as long as I continue to talk to my friend. This friend though has become a really great, quality friend.
It would feel so wrong to excommunicate her to make my ex girlfriend be willing to talk to me. It's just unethical. It's unfortunate that standing up for myself comes at the price of my relationship, but we just can't meet on equal ground on this. My ex girlfriend also made it explicitly clear that she feels that if a significant other says they are uncomfortable with a friendship, then it should end or they don't care. I'm learning that first hand.
I am deeply saddened by the fact that she will never talk to me again because of my friend choices. To make it clear, I never cheated, and never crossed any boundaries with anyone. I always paid for meals, and often planned adventures. I'd spend roughly 10-15 hours a week with my ex, and never had our plans interrupted because of anyone else.

She is so silly, and has helped me keep my humanity as I expand my business and drown under my school work in an otherwise socially absent campus. I'm sorry for the rant, but, as I've just shared, I don't really have anyone on my campus to just vent to, and I don't care if anyone is listening or if anyone responds, but I just wanted to share my story as it helps me cope.

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