How to move on?
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SuperRakii
SuperRakii
Tell me cause I don't exactly know what to do. I'm still in love with my ex. it's been more than a year since we broke up.
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mistsofjade00
mistsofjade00 terri

Get out more,hang out with friends and people that get your mind on other things.

Sandy_k
Sandy_k

sometimes u must follow your head..NOT your heart.

Surgeo_Bell
Surgeo_Bell Kale Bell

its plenty more fishes in the sea . and you have to focus on your self and not your ex even tho it may be love thats keeping you there . you have to be strong and let go and if its meant to be she'll come back around .

BoBo
BoBo KatLovesYou

I feel the same way, but if it was meant to be you'd still be together. Things get worse before they every get better.

tiahseboko
tiahseboko Tiah Ounah Seboko

better late than never, tel her so that if u happen to move on u no u fought for her

funzise_kutie
funzise_kutie marie rose
  1. Don't spend too much time or energy mourning what has happened. Let a broken romance or friendship go. Let a lost job become an experience and no more. Even with death, there is a time to mourn, and there is a time to renew and to move on with your own life.

  2. Don't over-react to your loss and take any sudden actions without time for careful contemplation. If you are feeling desperately lonely or frightened, don't take actions based on those emotions. Seek support in the short term, and only make significant commitments after you have restored a sense of being centered and confident.

  3. Don't spend a lot of time alone. Although you may feel the urge to avoid interacting with your friends and family, it is crucial in a time of loss that you keep up social contacts. Try not to lose the friendships and support network you have built, but if you do find yourself isolated from previous connections, focus all your energy on building new (non-romantic) connections. Although these new connections may eventually provide the path to a new job, new romantic interest, or new best friend, don't hurry that process or abuse your new acquaintances. Let your new casual connections remain casual, and friendly.

  4. Don't complain about what has happened, and don't listen to your friends' complaints. It is better to focus your thoughts on positive matters. Why spoil your day complaining about a backstabbing ex-friend, ex-lover, or ex-boss. Keep your attention on building a bright future.

So what will help you move on and let go? Try these tips...

mollynchantie
mollynchantie

Think of the reasons you two broke up. Remember the things he did to make you mad and just keep those moments in mind not the moments he made you happy. If you just think of the things that you didn't like about him or the things he did that you didn't like, you should only be able to remember those things and then you will be happy you broke up.

SuperRakii
SuperRakii Rakii Retondo

Not HE :) SHE lol thanks for the answer! :*

jaimeles
jaimeles Jaime

Once you find someone else that makes you happy you will forget all about your ex.

SuperRakii
SuperRakii Rakii Retondo

That's a good idea.. but now I'm not dating anyone. It's like I'm afraid to feel the pain again

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