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How do you get over ex's?
Posted 3/29/14
You bury them under your house
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Posted 3/29/14
Depends on the nature of the break up I suppose... If it's a clean mutual break then just move on if it's more of the messy variety a bottle of JD and some action flics are always a good combo.
Posted 3/30/14

DecafLatte wrote:

You bury them under your house


so deep that your feelings follow along
Posted 3/30/14 , edited 3/30/14
Get over them?


Now you're over them LOL

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Posted 3/30/14

Exactly, watch and read KissxSis and then you'll be over whoever you were dating.
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Posted 3/30/14
revert back to the person you were before the relationship started, become more self focused and dont wollow over your ex (easiest way cut all communication, get all reminders out of site i.e gifts, pictures and take up something that you ejoy to fill the time void)
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Posted 3/30/14

GlitZAngel wrote:

revert back to the person you were before the relationship started, become more self focused and dont wollow over your ex (easiest way cut all communication, get all reminders out of site i.e gifts, pictures and take up something that you ejoy to fill the time void)


I partially agree Buuuut you have to take into consideration that you don't want to end up making the same mistakes again with the next person. How about you go back to how you were before BUT take some of those main points. things that were bad and good and use those as focal points when assessing your next target :3


I personally revert back to being a video game/anime addict till the loneliness get's to be too much and I grab the first thing that comes along and it just turns into a endless cycle :'(
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Posted 3/30/14
I look at it like this ex girlfriend's are the stepping stones you cross until you meet your wife. You use them as learning experiences and learn what to do and what not to do. This won't apply to everyone but the first few are you gaining experience until the boss Fight where you meet your future wife. That outcome is entirely in your hands. To make it simple you get over an ex by enjoying life! Your young enjoy your youth you don't need to be tied down improve yourself and get to where you envision yourself in life. Having bitter, happy, and other crazy emotions is natural. Just don't dwell on them long. Also like many others have stated I believe it's in your best interest to cut all contact with her and focus on yourself, you were doing fine prior to meeting her, and you'll be fine without her.
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Posted 3/30/14
HOW? YOU ASK PEOPLE ON CRUNCHYROLL OF COURSE
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Posted 3/30/14
You live life. Cheesy sounding enough but true -- time heals.
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Posted 3/30/14

Em0SceneStabr wrote:


GlitZAngel wrote:

revert back to the person you were before the relationship started, become more self focused and dont wollow over your ex (easiest way cut all communication, get all reminders out of site i.e gifts, pictures and take up something that you ejoy to fill the time void)


I partially agree Buuuut you have to take into consideration that you don't want to end up making the same mistakes again with the next person. How about you go back to how you were before BUT take some of those main points. things that were bad and good and use those as focal points when assessing your next target :3


I personally revert back to being a video game/anime addict till the loneliness get's to be too much and I grab the first thing that comes along and it just turns into a endless cycle :'(


Almost exactly how I am dealing with it right now. -.-
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Posted 3/30/14
aaallll my ex's live in texas
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Posted 3/30/14 , edited 3/30/14
I learn to recognize all their flaws I previously ignores, and hate them for it.
Then I act like I would never dated them for the flaws I focused on. Usually solves the problem.
Takes time though. Stupid heart and all.
Posted 3/30/14

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aaallll my ex's live in texas


She say this shit gon' catch up to me I keep tissue paper.
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Posted 3/30/14
Don't play one-itis.

Don't believe the media or what your friends might date.

Exclusivity is for marriage, not dating.

Whenever you're applying for a job, they don't consider one person at a time for the job, they interview LOADS of people.

This is a life lesson that is only beneficial for everyone just "plowing the fields"

DO NOT get caught up on one person, you should never act like you're married when you aren't. Ignore the stigma you get from "nice guys" and girls who feel like they should own guys in a relationship.

Until marriage, you don't think about sharing anything or compromising anything until marriage. And you probably shouldn't compromise then either.
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