Lets ride horses!
- Aug 10, 2006
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Agree!! and Glad you did move on!
Give yourself some time to heal. Don't go from one relationship to the next just to avoid the heart pain. Going on a rebound is just going to make things more complicated for ya.
Cliff Notes: Move on!
LMAO @ Jiro. That's the stuff, man!
My advice: accept that the relationship is over. Accept it!!! I think we often know that things aren't meant to be long before the relationship ends, and that the person wasn't the right one. But we keep thinking about all the good times and try to ignore the writing on the wall. Just admit to yourself that things are over. The sooner you accept it, the sooner you can let go of the good times and move on. Just remember, there are many, many more good times ahead.
I also think many people try to stay friends after they break up, and this is a mistake. You can certainly be on good terms and be friendly with your exes, but I really don't think it's healthy to stay friends and see them all the time. If you do, you'll never get complete closure. It can also complicate future relationships, and it can also mislead either or both people involved.
Do NOT hum this song when you are a wee bit on the intoxicated side:
Another shot of whiskey, can't stop looking at the door.
Wishing you'd come sweeping in the way you did before.
And I wonder if I ever cross your mind.
For me it happens all the time.
It's a quarter after one, I'm a little drunk,
And I need you now.
Said I wouldn't call but I lost all control and I need you now.
And I don't know how I can do without, I just need you now.
..... and yes, get dolled up. The attention is a huge ego booster and will help you realize you deserve (and can get) better =)
That's a good song not to hum. Sometimes you have to try really hard not to pick up the phone or send an email. I think the breakups that are the hardest are the ones where you don't know what went wrong. But when someone breaks up with you, it's because they don't want you, so you have to get over it no matter how much it hurts.