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One of those nights

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Submitted: 01/15/2014
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User avatar #18 - angelmitskano (01/16/2014) [-]
It's not true love if it's one sided, so you should get that thought out of your head if you have it. You can say she was the love of your life or anything. Real love is a calm thing and is shared between two people. I know it sucks right now but honestly it will pass. I know it feels like it'll never get better and that oh my god I just got my mind off of her why did you have to remind me will be happening a lot. But it really does pass. They fastest way to have those feelings pass is through distance. Don't talk to them don't meet up with them, avoid them completely. I know that may sound immature or whatever, but it's really not. If you are still hurting over it, you need to distance yourself. If you guys are still friends just say that you need some time and when you're all better you can be friends again, if you still want to. Sometimes it feels like no one gets how much you love them and miss them and that you just can't get over them. But I SWEAR it passes, it always passes.
And I really don't want to sound obsessive or anything like that, but if you're religious, turning to whatever or whoever you believe in can sometime really help. Meditating helped me a lot like a year or 2 ago. I know it might sound silly but you really need to find peace in yourself. You need to get rid of all that pain if only for a moment, and realize how much better you'll feel without all that hanging over you.
#16 - minutes (01/15/2014) [-]
Well don't exspect master advice from me but I got to say something. I have never been in a relationship cause i was just too much of coward and faggot to ever do something. I had this flirty thing with a girl i knew from work last year, and i really had a huge crush on her. It seemed like she liked me back but i was too much of a faggot to ask her out so after some time she got into a relationship with a friend of mine. My own fault, i know that now, but after that i felt like **** . Like i was ripped apart. Of course that's absolutely not comparable to your emotional pain since you truly loved her and you actually were together. Hell you even wanted to marry her, don't think i am putting my baby **** on your level.
But there are a few things I learned from this ****** experience.
1. Stop texting her. It does not only make you a fool to yourself it also creates the little hope that it could be like in the old times soon. You're just hurting yourself if you stay in contact. You will never get over her if you don't stop it. I know that's probably one of the hardest things to do for you, but you really have to break contact.

2. Sadness can be addicting. You (obviously) don't realize it but it really can be. You listen to this faggy sad songs while thinking about her, you feel like **** and still, deep inside you that is what you actually want.

3. The moment you are at your worst, it only gets better. Hitting rock bottom is hard, but as soon as you did you start recovering. The moment you think you will never ever get over her, you actually start getting over her.

I wish you best of luck in the future. If you want to talk, i am here.
User avatar #15 - mrwatcher (01/15/2014) [-]
you know i really love this side of funnyjunk the side that cares
User avatar #14 - whobobwhatpants (01/15/2014) [-]
aww sweedie. im sorry. I've been there, after dating my ex for 10 years (since I was 15 -.-

it does take a long time the best way to get over her is to put yourself out there, when you start getting attention from people it will make it so much easier. I wish you luck xox
#20 - myruinmyway (01/16/2014) [-]
I had to break up with my bf of two years shortly after our two year anniversary. I just didn't love him as I he did me and I felt it wasn't fair to him. I tried, I really did. I still hate myself for it, man I hope u r ok and ur name isn't mike. please be ok man. as they say, there are plenty of fish out there, but until then you are just sittin there playin wit ur rod!! ( this is to make u laugh btw) smiles sweetie, smiles
User avatar #19 - genetticrat (01/16/2014) [-]
We're here for you bro. You've got a bunch of strangers that care about you. As well as some close friends I'm sure. You'll get through this. You're not alone.
#12 - verolan (01/15/2014) [-]
Its been 4 years since the last time I was with the one that I love. She moved on pretty easily, never alone. Then there is me, I can't bring myself to care about anyone else because of how much I loved this person. I've dated 2 people since then and none of it brought me any joy, just more loneliness. What is worse is that she is currently in a relationship with someone who doesn't care about her at all and does everything he can to cut me off from her.
#11 - thorseph (01/15/2014) [-]
i know how you feel, it's been three years-ish, i still think about her a lot, but i'm happy a lot more and i can accept that she is happy, at least when she hangs out with me until the next time she needs to vent at me...
#3 - iheartjackiechan (01/15/2014) [+] (7 replies)
Why'd she dump you? Just curious
User avatar #22 - jasnx (05/18/2014) [+] (1 reply)
I'm in a strikingly similar situation to you, minus the marriage proposal, which I had planned to do around this time next year. The words you used are the same way that I feel about the girl that left me four and a half months ago. I still believe that she was the only one out there for me; my soul mate. Now I have lost her and there isn't anything I can do to make it any better. I too have tried moving on to new relationships, but nothing compares to the true love and compassion that I once had. She was the one person in my life that I truly cared about, and she left me in order to move on with her personal life goals. Quicksta, I don't know if you still feel the same way about your ex, but you aren't the only one in this situation. It sucks, it really does. We've been hurt bad, and are permanently effected. I guess the bright side is that things can only get better from here.
#21 - anonymous (05/18/2014) [+] (1 reply)
I'm in a strikingly similar situation to you, minus the marriage proposal, which I had planned to do around this time next year. The words you used are the same way that I feel about the girl that left me four and a half months ago. I still believe that she was the only one out there for me; my soul mate. Now I have lost her and there isn't anything I can do to make it any better. I too have tried moving on to new relationships, but nothing compares to the true love and compassion that I once had. She was the one person in my life that I truly cared about, and she left me in order to move on with her personal life goals. Quicksta, I don't know if you still feel the same way about your ex, but you aren't the only one in this situation. It sucks, it really does. We've been hurt bad, and are permanently effected. I guess the bright side is that things can only get better from here.
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