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How to get over the person you love, and how to find some one new?
Posted 3/20/13
Just forget about them and try and avoid people similar. Then you will slowly meet someone new and enjoy the new feeling with that person.

Rinse and repeat
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Posted 3/20/13
There's that magical thing called time.
It's the only thing that is guaranteed to help you. :/
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Posted 3/20/13
The solution is a lot of bars.
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Posted 3/20/13

src44s wrote:

The solution is a lot of bars.


For the drunk, or for the girls?
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Posted 3/20/13

AllTsunNoDere wrote:

For the drunk, or for the girls?


Neither, you hit up gay bars because nobody can be down while listening to the music played at gay bars. It's like the mixed tape of Dionysus.
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Posted 3/20/13
Just don't stay idle. Stay busy with other things or your mind will just revolve around your thoughts on them which will serve no purpose other than to miss them. Fill your life with other friends and activities.

Here's a few tips.
Get a dog (women love dogs and they are an awesome ice breaker, plus they are pretty good company.)
Volunteer (women volunteer far more than men do.)
Don't watch or be isolated during romantic events (no chick flicks, go out on Valentine's day, women are very vulnerable on holidays lol.)
Introduce yourself to a new woman every day. Even if it is just "Hi, what's your name." You will feel rough and unnatural talking to women if you don't practice, so get used to speaking with women you don't know.
Learn to like people you don't know.

Good luck man. At least you know to move on and not waste your time on unproductive women. Many men get hung up on trying to salvage a shipwrecked relationship. Count yourself luck you know to move on.
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Posted 3/20/13 , edited 3/20/13

AllTsunNoDere wrote:


src44s wrote:

The solution is a lot of bars.


For the drunk, or for the girls?


Both
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Posted 3/20/13
You are weak. I have complete control over my mind. I can drop someone out the moment I want to. I could love them for 10 years and the next day be like "Yeah... I know this is sudden but we're done."

Only losers dwell on love lost. And she hurts you everytime she gets yet you love her, you are just a weak and masochistic punk. Grow a pair you weak punk.
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Posted 3/20/13
You need a few bros, a bar, a few drinks and a pair.
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Posted 3/20/13

Chronomana wrote:

You are weak. I have complete control over my mind. I can drop someone out the moment I want to. I could love them for 10 years and the next day be like "Yeah... I know this is sudden but we're done."

Only losers dwell on love lost. And she hurts you everytime she gets yet you love her, you are just a weak and masochistic punk. Grow a pair you weak punk.


What you are talking about isn't strength. Not that love is so easily defined, but I definitely know that love is not a switch you turn on and off. You are incapable of trusting anyone enough to attach yourself to them, and that will likely make it impossible for you to love or be loved. I don't admonish you, because it is obvious that you have been traumatized so much to be put in such a desperate state, but it is difficult to pity someone who so brazenly assaults a person who has risked their feelings in an attempt at being happy.

If it pleases you, risk nothing on others and you will never be hurt. However, without such a gamble you will never find anything rewarding. The bitter enables you to appreciate the sweet, for without both you never truly experience either.
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Posted 3/20/13
Less expectations, less disappointments
Posted 3/20/13
time heals all
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Posted 3/20/13
Sounds like all you need is a new face.
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Posted 3/21/13 , edited 3/21/13

creightonja wrote:



What are you, a wannabe psychologist? A valiant attempt at dissecting me with presumptuous pity.
I'm sorry to burst your bubble, but love is nothing more than an emotion like any other which is brought about by a chemical reaction in the brain. So yes, it is as simple as a switch you turn on and off. If you have control over your emotions, love is included in there. So unless you are just weak, it is as simple as turning it off.


Nothing I do is ever a risk, as nothing can hurt me. I simply push aside those emotions that would allow it to 'hurt' me. It is something called self control, not being some weak panzy that cries over some bitch that keeps hurting him. That isn't love, that's just stupidity and being irrational. They say love is irrational and love is blind though... not really an emotion worth having to begin with from the sound of that now is it? Find something that's actually worth the pain and effort. Like getting rich, or conquering the world.
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Posted 3/21/13 , edited 3/21/13
Time helps a lot. I remember it took me about a year of no contact to really start getting over my first long-ish relationship. I went on to date others for a couple of years and eventually someone a friend introduced stuck, resulting in something better. It has been years but I don't think about that first relationship at all unless something like this reminds me of it.
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