Step 1<br />
Conduct an "exit interview" with your ex-boyfriend, whether or not the breakup was your idea. If it was, be sure he understands your reasons so can move on with his life. If it wasn't your idea, ask for his reasons to get closure and to discover any personality quirks you can work on in future relationships.<br />
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Step 2<br />
Understand that she just wasn't the girl for you. Sift through your feelings to realize that your backgrounds, interests or aspirations made you too incompatible to survive long-term. The sooner you realize that the breakup is for the best, the sooner you will to move on and possibly meet someone new.<br />
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Step 3<br />
Find new routines that keep you away from the places you visited together and the spots where your ex still hangs out. Steer clear of sights and sounds will remind you about the relationship until you can look at them nostalgically, rather than with sadness or regret.<br />
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Step 4<br />
Keep yourself busy by spending time with your family and friends or catching up with errands, work and projects around the house. Adopt a new hobby or take a class to develop a skill that builds your self-esteem. You may even meet someone new that shares you interests when you least expect it.<br />
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Step 5<br />
Cut ties from your mutual friends if they consistently side with your ex-girlfriend or continually bring up the relationship. If you have more in common with them than your ex, however, you may be able to salvage the relationships once some time passes.<br />
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*from www.ehow.com

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That is way too long, you have missed out on so much! <br />
Dont dwell in the past life is way too short.

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What are you hurting from? Have you tried talking to a close friend.

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