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How do you get over a break-up?
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Posted 10/3/13
The relationship that dug me deep most was probably 2 years ago, I couldn't be able to accept it and ended up making a right fool of myself. De-valuing myself crying to bits, worst thing was, she immediately starting going out with one of close friends. I've long hated them both and I've since departed from the circle of so-called friends who I felt were like brothers. No hard feelings against them now though, more like pity.
How I got over it? Went and did things I've always wanted, went back into education, reading books and earned more money. Most helpful one was being able to filter out the girls I go out with
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Posted 10/3/13
I have little to no compassion for anyone other than my family and extremely close friends and as long as I have them I don't need a GF or wife or whatever, just as well I have no sex drive at all too
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Posted 10/3/13
The pain we must go through due to other people... it's our fault for being hurt, but can we help it?

The last relationship I was in is the most painful one for me... it was stupidly painful. I can't say that my friends helped me out much like most of these other people. I can't say that any activities really made me feel better about myself. I thought I would never get over it, but I did possibly the best thing I could do: think.

I thought about all the possible reasons it ended, because I was barely given any/very cryptic/blank answers. I didn't want to deal with feeling like crap. I barely cry, and began to cry nearly every week at least once. I was depressed, and that lasted from September last year (when it ended) all the way up until June/July this year. I didn't want to be depressed, so I had to justify the end of the relationship. I told myself that they had their reasons, and reasons I told myself were painful, but I thought about them a lot and I figured it was true;a large factor at least. The depression for that went, and was replaced with me believing no one liked me. I also didn't and still kind of don't, believe I would/will find someone better. That thought alone is enough to throw me into despair.

I got over this quickly though, by around last month after I settled into my new College, because at first I thought no one liked me there either. The horrible thing is when you're clever enough to know that this is just psychological and you're probably wrong, but then being disillusioned enough to know that... you're probably right.

Regardless, I have changed and become a lot stronger from it. If I was honest, depression was the best thing which ever happened to me. That break-up had changed me into a stronger person, and I am extremely glad. This change is a reason why I will probably never get depressed over these things again, a bit like chicken pox. You get it once, and once it's gone, it's gone for good. I have a clearer image of what I want to do with my life, and I don't allow things like relationships to blind me from what matters.

I will wait for that person.

Posted 10/3/13
Who eva takes their team reading the post above me is .. is pretty fckin gay.

Let's see ..smoke weed, eat and go out a week straight with ur pals.
Best way ..
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Posted 10/12/13
Time and distance. Going out with friends and keeping yourself preoccupied is a good thing to do. The hardest part for me after a break up is losing a best friend.
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Posted 10/12/13
CELLLLLLLEBRATE GOOD TIMES, COME ON! Lets celebrate!
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