Many people associate grief (and that is what you are going through right now) with only death of a loved one. That's not true and we can grieve over a broken relationship, losing ones home, pet, etc. It's a shock to the system and with each person we come in contact with there is some form of relationship whether it be an acquaintance, friend, lover, brother, sister, parents. That's why the word "homesick" comes into play. You actually miss your family and friends, and if one friend moves away then you feel empty inside and it takes awhile to get use to them not being around.
I am sorry you are hurting so bad, but there is some solace in the fact almost all of us on this board have had a lost love. It's OK to have some bad days over your break-up, but don't linger too long and start getting out there and either volunteering (when you give of yourself to others in need you feel a whole lot better) and start seeing your male friends a little more. Perhaps plan a trip for the spring or summer with one of your best buddies so you'll have something to look forward too. The pain will lessen in time even though right now you feel your heart has been pulled from your body.
I was married before to not so nice a guy. I gave my all, but he not only took my kindness and love and squashed it, he cheated on me. I thought I would never love again, but I did! I went and lived on my own to find out who I was and what I was about, and then I was introduced to a wonderful guy, who has now been my husband for 33 years. I thank God every day, that I didn't stay with my first husband and moved on with my life or I wouldn't have met my wonderful husband who is not only my lover, but my best friend.
Hang in there. It does get better. Don't sit around too long because NO ONE is worth giving up your way of life.
Good luck Marcy
In addition to what has been said above by Marcy, I'd like to add that a healthier way to look at a breakup is this: what is the wisdom to be gained from the end of this relationship? See this as a great opportunity to get to know yourself better. Is there anything you did in the relationship that you wish you'd done differently? Don't sit in regret! Make a promise to yourself to improve those things. Is there anything in the relationship that you put up with from your partner that wasn't empowering? Don't beat yourself up over this either. Instead promise yourself that you wont let yourself be treated like that again. Go within yourself, feel all the loss & hurt & allow it & accept: that is the only way to truly heal. Everyone has been rejected at some point in their life, so learning to accept rejection (so you can also be respectful when rejecting another) is part of growing & maturing.
Confront them about it, Ask them to go to the movies or to dinner. Anything to see if what you feel is shared by them.
Think of someone that is old and ugly... It works 4 me
Getting married to someone else? I think it means your scared about losing them.
I can not tell you if someone will go into your home and hide. If you are scared think about getting a camera.
no he is not getting married any time soon, i think!
When someone has interest in getting others to think or persuade others to thinking
by getting a bachelors (I think bachelors) degree and then going to law school
I think another word for fiercely means that someone is getting their anger on someone by fighting with them, they are trying to fight back what others have taken
i don't think so! Not sure! i am 80 and worry about getting fat but i don't think it's too heavy think it's the best weight for someone to be!
Most people say that you have to have sex to find out... but I think you can know by getting to know the person
if you think your grand am has a distributor, you might think about closing your hood and getting someone else to fix it
Well I'm a guy... And if you think about it, probaly not. Would you want to be dogged on by someone?
If someone says 'Believe me if you want' I think that they would be lying because it means that they are trying to pull or suck you into getting you into trouble.
I think it means that he's still getting over someone else.
I think it is 63%
i think its Toyota
they usually say it when an animal is getting ready to have babies (having sex) but i think they also say it when a human is
Yes it is right. That is how you can find out if you are interested in that person more than just their looks.
In think you mean a nonpolar covalent bond. In such a bond the electrons are shared evenly between the two atoms
I think the only way to expunge a felony is if it happened when the person was a juvenile and found guilty as a juvenile. If it happended as an adult I dont think they can expunge a felony.
are shared rules of conduct that specify how people ought to think and act.
When you constantly think of someone else, it means that you are in love with the person or you are into him.
Stand up for the victim, pray for the bully.BSoftball123- I agree , TEll Someone As soon as possible because then youll be as guilty as the bully...
I do not think that you should get someone to threaten you, especially if you have a family. I am not sure why you would want to be threatened. If you are angry with someone and want to get them in trouble, I suggest that you resolve your problems/issues rather than getting involved with law enforcement or criminal charges.