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The best advice I can give you is to allow yourself to grieve your relationship. Like seraph said, breaking up so abruptly is like having someone die and it takes time to get over it.

The second bit of advice I have is to not fall for his manipulation. He is a classic abuser. He blames you for his anger. He controlled your every move like he owned you. You put up with it because he was your first and I'm sure on some level you thought you could change him. This is a lesson you need to learn (however the way you learned it completely sucks), you can not change anyone no matter how hard you try. You were not responsible for his anger or his cheating, he was. Remember how hurt and tense he made you every time you feel a moment of weakness and carry this experience into all of your future relationships.

Now, you just graduated! This is suppose to be one of the best summers of your life. Go out and get a summer job and try to reconnect with some of your old friends. Join the gym, go to the beach, something, anything that will keep your mind off of him. You don't need him or any guy right now. You are suppose to be having fun. You have your whole life ahead of you to be serious. I think another few weeks of nothing from your ex will make you feel like a whole new "young woman".





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