Time is the true healer here and while the pain will lessen you will never forget..... you will just be able to remember her in a way that no longer hurts. (((hugs)))
Dont stop thinking about her remember her and the good times with her . She would not want you to be hurting because of her .Let her go be at peace and go on with your life .
Don't even try. Let her be the Angel on your shoulder guiding you to live a full and meaningful life. She lives in you now.
Stay away from drugs and alcohol, and get out and make new friends. You will never stop remembering her but the distractions will help pass the time, and time will heal your heart.
know she has just changed form- scientific fact- energy can';t be destroyed- we are energy. I bought one of those ghost box gadgets that they use on ghosthunters and it REALLY works- had a ghost talking to me for 4 hours!!! time will heal you. watch TV or play video games- I answer questions on EP when I need to forget.
I'm so sorry... :/ Well... my suggestion is to always remember her, and be thankful for the time you spent together. That way I think you will be at peace with your feelings.
Don't stop thinking about her. Remember the good times. I would want my loved ones to remember the good times they had with me rather than just to forget me. My older brother died a long time ago but I still devote a few minutes to remembering him and good times once in a while.
Troll EP for ***** and use your dead girlfriend's memory as the talking point to get them to drive out and see you. After a few lays, you should be better off. Or you could spiral into a drug binge, at which time you'll lose a good 10 to 20 years of your life and then have something else to cry about. You'll totally forget about her, either course of action.
I'm not buying it one bit. He's just *casually* tossing dead girlfriend into a question with little to no information to flesh out the story? ***** trolling. He should be talking to his friends in person, in chat, counselors, etc.. I don't buy this blatant attention grab for one second.
Then go write a Confession or a Story and *make* me understand. Don't just casually whip a "hey my gf died and I cry a lot" into the abyss of negativity and expect sympathy from EVERYONE. I've seen this play before and, no, because of some ******* or two who've done the same exact thing before you, I *won't* understand. Get it off your chest in a Story/Confession and then we'll talk about whether or not this is a pathetic attempt to get a new girl to cry with you.
The truth isn't confusing, but telling a lie can be. And they only *call* them stories. You could write two paragraphs and be done with it.
I don't think that's the deal sad to say. It's better to work through the grief slowly and then remember her with fond memories.
Time fades moments.... but you never forget
You can't. You loved her and that's not something you forget, ever.