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I can relate to this situation from a past relationship, but in my case he broke up with me. I was with my bf for a year and a half, and fell so madly in love with him. Then he broke it off because we had so many problems and it hurt so bad. He told me that he wanted us to be friends, and I tried to accept that, but couldn't. I would keep calling him all the time, telling him that i still loved him, acting as if we were still together. He would get so fed up that he stopped calling me and stopped answering my calls. I was angry, but over a few months finally got over it, and finally got over him. It took me maybe over 5-6 months to get over him and our failed relationship. What helped me do that? --Him ignoring my calls and not calling me back. Breaking ties was the best thing that could have happened. Maybe breaking ties with him completely will make him get over it with time.
I then met someone new and have been with them for approx. 9 months now. What was so weird was a few months later, my ex-the one who had dumped me, came crawling back promising the world to me..and he was truly a changed and more mature person, but I found someone new and turned him down politely. He told me that he realized that I was the perfect girlfriend, one that he could trust with all his heart and told me that he was still in love with me.
I think that you are very happy in your current relationship, and once your ex- realizes a few things and meets someone new..he will move on. It will take time,and everyone is different. Just keep your chin up and enjoy the new wonderful life you have now. :)





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