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Posted 11/5/14

wonkywilla wrote:



It hurts my heart it does.

But I eventually get over it. The key is to keep yourself occupied and positive.


That sums it up.
Posted 11/5/14 , edited 11/18/14
Drink the blood of your ex.
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For me it was devastating, but after a few months to half a year passed, I had the courage to admit my mistakes and admit I was not perfect, and realize what I needed to work on, and what I really care for in a person.
Posted 11/5/14
Yes, I have.
I usually just hear some music and talk with my friends, preferably guys, at the moment and talk about how awesome it is to be single.
Posted 11/5/14
Cry like a little bitch
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My first relationship wasn't anything to call "serious."
So it was not devastating in any form or way when the break up came around. I was quite thankful afterwards. [Cling-ons, mang. Can't stand them.]

Striving to become that numbuh one strong, independent...person. Who doesn't have to waste their money on others. Unless I really want to. Yeauhhh.
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Never really had a break up, all my ex's are always with me.

In my stomach.


I'd say breakups have a unique but satisfying flavor.
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I've only been through it once. It was quite the whirlwind, admittedly. After dating about three years, she told me she wanted to break up, and I took it pretty badly, but after a couple hours I was fairly comfortable with it. Then she came back (after that couple hours) really upset, apologized, and asked to start it up again. I agreed, we dated for another week or so, then broke up again mutually. We're good friends now.

I'm loath to admit it, but I'm really kind of a "go with the flow" person when it comes to relationships. I've never had a crush on someone and have never felt like asking anyone out, nor do I feel like I'd turn someone down if she wanted to date me (barring certain habits like smoking or drug use, which I want to steer clear of). I'm somewhat self-centered and pretty non-judgmental: since I don't really have a "type", what attracts me the most to a potential partner is her own attraction to me. I can fall in love, but it's really more of a "being in love with love" sort of thing. Because of that, I can slingshot between seriousness and impartiality based mostly on where my partner stands. I wouldn't break up with someone unless I was worried about my own safety or well-being, and I can get over being dumped pretty quickly. Fittingly enough, this is exactly what caused my one relationship to fall apart, but also what allowed us to go back to being friends so naturally afterwards.
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Don't know because I have yet to experience dating
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Drank my sorrows away for about 2 years after my breakup with my fiancee. Then one day I no longer needed the booze to numb the pain.
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I never experienced a break up :-(
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Never broke up with anybody, but the girls I have been with I have been able to tell that they were drifting away. May have been my fault for not trying to close the gap and bring them closer again, but i think it was because i knew we just weren't meant to be so I have never really taken it too hard. I realize there will be hardships with it so instead I just focus on the future rather than dwell on the past.
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Posted 11/6/14

ev9295 wrote:

I never experienced a break up :-(


Let's have one together so we can level up our street cred.
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It all matters how attached to are to the other person, if the relationship just started it should be easy to handle but if you've had feelings for them for awhile it can rip you to shreds.
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Well be thankful you all experienced breakups I suppose, reading all these comments it seems pretty lousy actually but apart of life at the same time.
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