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Every woman has someone who will always be That Boyfriend: the one you compare everyone to and miss even when you try your best not to. I forgot about dating. I wanted to be single while I got over my ex. Sometimes, focusing on anything but love and dating can be a really good idea. Once I knew I was fully over him, I was totally fine jumping back in. I cut him out of my life. My ex has creeped up over the years by trying to friend me on Facebook and sending me messages. And then I ignored him altogether, and things became a lot easier.
I learned some hard truths. It sucked even more to realize that the only guy I ever loved needed to be on a path that had nothing to do with me. Figuring that out made it easy to take a deep breath and move on. I stopped blaming him. Once I got over the idea that he did something wrong, it was easy to forgive and forget.
What was I going to do — spend the rest of my life pissed off at him? I got my act together. After a few months of feeling sorry for myself, I picked myself up and forced my life back together. I stopped thinking about him all the time. I found other things to focus on. I grew up. It made me a better person, and I even became grateful for the bad breakup. I followed my dreams.
I think anyone getting over someone needs to channel that energy into working hard. I remembered the good stuff. Instead, I remembered the good parts: the reasons why I loved this guy in the first place and the emotions that I wanted to take with me.
I let go of the bad. I kept believing in love. I never let myself feel that way. I got over the one that got away by believing in love no matter what. I had it once, and I knew I could have it again. I stayed focused. I had my moments of crying in bathrooms and wondering if I would ever love someone as much as I loved this guy.
Happens to everyone, right? But ultimately, I stayed strong, which is my best break-up advice. You immediately connect with an awesome coach via text or over the phone in minutes. Just …. Aya Tsintziras Aya Tsintziras is a freelance lifestyle writer and editor. She shares gluten-free, dairy-free recipes and personal stories on her food blog, ahealthystory. She loves coffee, barre classes and pop culture.
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Losing The Love of My Life Was A Blessing