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How do you handle breakups?
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Posted 12/3/12 , edited 12/3/12


JoAnime3853 wrote:


Blazdog wrote:


JoAnime3853 wrote:


Blazdog wrote:


JoAnime3853 wrote:


Blazdog wrote:

Break everyone's legs . This applies for when things are going well and bad.


Everyone's legs?!?! How many people are involved in your relationships? Or do you just mean everyone in sight? XD


This will involve everyone's existence.


Well that's no good. Everyone will end up like the people in Wall-E, super fat in a floating chair.


Except for me, people also won't be able to get up in the end either.


So your solution is to literally be the last man standing? For the sake of everyone's legs I hope you never get broken up with!




Oh haha funny funny I was just thinking hurt people and gain power from their misery but that works as well
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Booze, sweets, loud music, video games and all manner of distractions while waiting for the pain to just fade away.
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If they don't want to stay with you, why force them. Yes, it's going to hurt but once you get past that part you're better off.
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The first thing to do is have sex with her best friend.
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This will sound cliche but if its meant to be then it will be. Granted if you love the person then by all means fight a good fight and see what happens. If the relationship is dead then move on. At that point your not only hurting yourself but the other person also.

My mother always told me theres plenty of fish in the sea. Hated that saying cause no matter how you look at it, it never helps the situation. But as for handling the break up either it be by me or someone else, time heals all wounds, (another cliche) but its true. Sucks for the first few weeks but after that the pain will ease away and things will continue as normal. Find new hobbies or meet new people. Ive recently started coming out of my bubble by posting on various forums and websites with people who share the same hobbies and interests that I do.
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breakups do sux and they are very hard at times depending who it is your breaking up with, I am going though a breakup with my bf its not 100% yet but he talking as he losing the Love feelings he has for me we dated for over 5 months would be 6 in 2 weeks, for now he says we should just stay as friends and can wait a bit and see what happens but if he dont get the feeling back he says we cant be bf/gf anymore but if he does then we can stay as bf/gf. the way we talk it sounds like I have until after xmas for him to really make up his mind. If there nothing I can do until then, then it will be a 100% breakup. for now he just going to talk to me as a friend and not as a gf. If things dont go the way they are and we dont go back as bf/gf after xmas then I will have to move on. Moving on will be the hardest part.
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Sorry to hear about your situation. Holidays are rough when you break up or lose someone. i know you didnt ask for advice but im gonna give it anyway.

Now this can backfire so user beware.

If I had to wait around for someone to realize their feelings for me I would let them have their space and let them do what they need to do. it looks like you cant do much but wait which sucks, but I wouldnt talk to him. Now what i mean is dont go out of your way to not talk to him or see him but imo its best to have him miss you and want to see you. If you are always around he cant realize how much he misses you or wants you around. But beware it could backfire. Also another way to look at it is, granted this is a cold way of looking at it, you have 6 months invested. Not a lot of time. Think about it from a logistical point of view. But no one can tell you what is right or wrong, the heart will always do what the heart wants.
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shadow_grey wrote:

Booze, sweets, loud music, video games and all manner of distractions while waiting for the pain to just fade away.

this.

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It depends on who I was with.

For example, if I'm dating someone I don't really love, then I'll generally just be moping around and occasionally walk around in my fluffy pajamas while eating ice cream.

There was this one guy that I had been dating throughout most of high school, and honestly he was my first mature relationship and we really cared about each other, then, when it was over, I literally couldn't sleep that night and vomited all over my fucking bed sheets. Great, right? Then I had sporadic moments of complete sobbing and crying, like I'd just be sitting in class totally OK and BLAM! I'm all freakin crying my ass off and I have to go to step outside so that my classmates can read in peace. I got through it by spending as much time as I could distracting my mind from thinking about him, and eventually, time just took over the pain and it started to hurt less and less.

I'm over it now though, it was just really weird.
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crazyquilt wrote:

chocolate, ice cream, a good friend then move on..


ice cream and a close friends always help me. But its only ever happened once, since then i crush my feelings for guys. i treat them as friends so it doesn't happen again. i know its a dumb way of handling things <.<
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Thanks and no its not easy it sux and hurts a lot, the more I talk with him the more it seems like he dont want to wait and rather just move on, it be to painful for us both if we just wait and he said that he really thought it over and this is for the best and that its b/c we have our differences and he dont see it working out anymore b/c of it. If we did not have our differences then it would of work out better so rather wait and make it more painful he want us to start doing the move on part. He still wants us to be friends just not dating as bf/gf. This is going to be the painful part for me is moving on from him mostly b/c its been a long time that I found a guy that I cared this much for, all my other exs was not like this and when I broke up with them I was not as sad or hurtful like I am now. Its going to take lot of time for me to move on and before I can start looking again.
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I've managed to avoid breakups completely by not being in a relationship. Woo, go me.

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Posted 12/3/12

mesomuffin wrote:

It depends on who I was with.

For example, if I'm dating someone I don't really love, then I'll generally just be moping around and occasionally walk around in my fluffy pajamas while eating ice cream.

There was this one guy that I had been dating throughout most of high school, and honestly he was my first mature relationship and we really cared about each other, then, when it was over, I literally couldn't sleep that night and vomited all over my fucking bed sheets. Great, right? Then I had sporadic moments of complete sobbing and crying, like I'd just be sitting in class totally OK and BLAM! I'm all freakin crying my ass off and I have to go to step outside so that my classmates can read in peace. I got through it by spending as much time as I could distracting my mind from thinking about him, and eventually, time just took over the pain and it started to hurt less and less.

I'm over it now though, it was just really weird.


So.... was your mother's cooking that horrible that you up-chucked all over your(presumably) clean bed fucking sheets? Jokes aside, it's good that you're over it because clinging to those type of feelings does no good. Not to mention, like you pointed out, things can get kind of weird in those situations. Also, I don't think there is such a true thing as 'mature dating' when you're in high school (and everything else below it). That's just me though.

Posted 12/3/12
Mental focus would be best. A project of some kind.
Posted 12/3/12
I make myself a sandwich. Because I'M WORTH IT.
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