Coping when a favorite anime ends
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As of today, I have finished the anime Golden Time. (I highly recommend it if you like being put on a train to feels town.)
I really enjoyed this anime a lot and hate to see it end, but I'm satisfied with the ending.
But anyways. How do you guys coupe with having one of your favorite anime that you have been watching and finished in like two days just end?
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Face your feelings. ...

Express your feelings in a tangible or creative way. ...

Look after your physical health. ...

Don't let anyone tell you how to feel, and don't tell yourself how to feel either. ...

Plan ahead for grief “triggers.”


Stages

Denial: “This can’t be happening, there needs to be more”

Anger: “Why is this happening? Who is to blame? Why is a season 2 not confirmed?”

Bargaining: “Give me a next season and I will watch every god awful Moe shit out there.”

Depression: “I don't feel like finding a new anime to watch.”

Acceptance: “It's Okay, Not everything gets a season 2, all good things must come to an end.”

*Little Busters Season 2 GreenLit*

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Posted 11/12/14

cay032692 wrote:


Face your feelings. ...

Express your feelings in a tangible or creative way. ...

Look after your physical health. ...

Don't let anyone tell you how to feel, and don't tell yourself how to feel either. ...

Plan ahead for grief “triggers.”


Stages

Denial: “This can’t be happening, there needs to be more”

Anger: “Why is this happening? Who is to blame? Why is a season 2 not confirmed?”

Bargaining: “Give me a next season and I will watch every god awful Moe shit out there.”

Depression: “I don't feel like finding a new anime to watch.”

Acceptance: “It's Okay, Not everything gets a season 2, all good things must come to an end.”

*Little Busters Season 2 GreenLit*

Anger


You forgot the terrible fanfic reading stage.
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Posted 11/12/14

ThisWasATriumph wrote:


cay032692 wrote:


Face your feelings. ...

Express your feelings in a tangible or creative way. ...

Look after your physical health. ...

Don't let anyone tell you how to feel, and don't tell yourself how to feel either. ...

Plan ahead for grief “triggers.”


Stages

Denial: “This can’t be happening, there needs to be more”

Anger: “Why is this happening? Who is to blame? Why is a season 2 not confirmed?”

Bargaining: “Give me a next season and I will watch every god awful Moe shit out there.”

Depression: “I don't feel like finding a new anime to watch.”

Acceptance: “It's Okay, Not everything gets a season 2, all good things must come to an end.”

*Little Busters Season 2 GreenLit*

Anger


You forgot the terrible fanfic reading stage.


They tend to be grief Triggers.....a Giant Cesspool of Shippings.
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Posted 11/12/14

Herrwalrus wrote:

As of today, I have finished the anime Golden Time. (I highly recommend it if you like being put on a train to feels town.)
I really enjoyed this anime a lot and hate to see it end, but I'm satisfied with the ending.
But anyways. How do you guys coupe with having one of your favorite anime that you have been watching and finished in like two days just end?


The first real romance anime that I watched was Love Hina, and I watched it when I was 14, right when my hormones were all over the place. Anyway I got so into it that when it ended I got depressed. I must have watched it from beginning to end like 3 times in a row. Eventually though I found out that it was based on a manga and I scoured the internet until I found the manga. After reading through that I was finally able to get over the series lol.

I have grown since then though and I just move on. When one thing ends I move on to another. Also romantic stories don't affect me nearly as much as they used to, in fact I get irritated with them most of the time. I feel like the more I experience something the more trivial it becomes.
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The "void" you say?

Easiest way to get over it is to start another mind-blowing anime the day after. Of course, that means you're not giving the last one time to sink in.

First time I saw Code Geass, I was dead for weeks. Second time I saw it was years later after all the AoT episodes came out (waited till they all came out) which I marathon'd the day after. Of course, uh, well, you know, AoT is AoT....but Code Geass is m*****f**king Code Geass all hail Lelouch.
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