... and then dropped out in her final year due to personal circumstances. We spent a lot of time discussing this and I know that her dropping out of uni is something that has really bothered her. ... (2 replies)
... year relationship on difficult terms. We had an LDR due to going to separate colleges and just had many issues. ... (4 replies)
... year relationship that ended a few months ago. i was 14 when i entered the relationship. Im 23 now . ... (71 replies)
... d times sometimes, with a smile, but to never forget that it ended for a reason. Fill up your time with new friends, new activities, take up a new hobby. Use the relationship as a learning experience to grow yourself and learn what you want to have in the future. ... (4 replies)
... As you know, the pain doesn't go away over night, and it does take time. ... (4 replies)
... Moving on is difficult. It is hard to get over someone if everyhting else in your lfie stays the same, becuase it is all to easy to just feel loss at what is no longer there. ... (4 replies)
... this will serve as a great learning experience for you. Use it to your best advantage, and focus on yourself for awhile. Since you have been in a long distance relationship for five years, you owe it to yourself to enjoy your freedom. ... (4 replies)
... ite side of your story. I maybe feeling what your girlfriend is feeling. The feeling of doubt and lost hope for the relationship. My background is that I am in a 5 year relationship and torn as to if I can see a future with my guy. There are more complicated parts to this story. ... (9 replies)
... make sense ..
i should think like that and hopefully the thought of getting him back will be gone very soon ..
thank youu, appreciate it (6 replies)
... think of it like this....pretend you had a rotten decayed tooth in your mouth for 4.5 years and you finally got it pulled out! Yeah your tongue will keep going into the empty space, yeah something is missing, but you got that decayed toxic tooth out of your mouth.....that toxic tooth was emitting poison and you will be much healthier with it gone! (6 replies)
... i texted my friends ..
it just feel weird ... for the past 4.5 years he was around.. and now.. he isn't at all ..
like something is missing .. (6 replies)
... and do stuff. Keep yourself occupied. I think your on the right track with meeting new people. Just keep busy and stay positive. Dont think about being in a relationship right now. Its only been two months and its not good to jump from one to another. Give yourself time. ... (8 replies)
... Hi, me and my ex girlfriend broke up mutually after a 1.5 year relationship, this happened about 2 months ago. ... (8 replies)
... Yes of course I have forgiven him. I would not give up a 3.5 year relationship over one such incident, but I am surely keeping my ears open. ... (12 replies)
... Met this girl a few weeks back that I feel head over heels about.Just so everyone knows our history, I am almost 22 and she just turned 18. She is out of a 8 monmth relationship, I am out of a 5 year relationship. ... (3 replies)
... I am positively going to make myself sick over all of this! I have lost 5 pounds in two days, I cant concentrate in class, I have no desire to pick myself back up and go on with my life. I guess I should explain. ... (14 replies)
... orts are available in your life to fall back on at the time. I have dated quite a bit but there were 2 men that were SO hard for me to get over...one I dated for 5 years, the other, for 2 months. ... (8 replies)
all i can think about is our good time..
oh my god.. how sad i am ..
i am not feeling good for the last few days, so.. i just stay at home and rest ..and it feels worse
thank you for giving me your advice ..
it means alot (6 replies)
... Hi, I get the feeling he will want to go back with you. A controlling person like him usually does not give up his control for long. Look at this as an opportunity to meet someone fresh and new you can be happy with and if Mr. bad news comes back just say no....... (6 replies)
... You are far far better off. The first thing a potential abuser does is to isolate you from your friends, then family. Look up all your old friends and enjoy your freedom. You will move on sooner than you think. Sera (6 replies)