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sadgirl20 sadgirl20 22-25, F 13 Answers Sep 5, 2012 in Dating & Relationships

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"if you want to live a happy life tie it to a goal not people or objects." Albert Einstein

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Did he ever love you? If he did, when did he stop loving you? I feel for you. EP will surely take much of your spare time and please make the most of it. Give yourself some time to heal. The hurt needs time to heal and you need to give it the time.

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Dear Sad girl,



Being broken hearted is one of the most saddest thing to happen in our life. Most of us have been through your situattion. Its really really very hard to get over it at the beginning. But I will tell you, no matter what you'll get over it. Maybe better man is at stake for you. Cheer up, make yourself busy. Do some thing good to yourself . Now you have all the time for yourself . Pamper yourself. Show everybody that you are strong no matter what. Always stand up from a hardfall...

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the reason you feel like dying is b/c your heart has not accepted that it's over. Just like the death of anything or anyone that is dear to us, there are stages that you must travel through to get to that place of acceptance.

your first stage is denial...right now, it appears that this is where you are. shock and fear have taken over and you are questioning the validity of his actions.

The second stage is anger. at this horrible point of clarity, you will begin to dissect your relationship and eventually feel immense resent toward the man you once held so dear and EVERYTHING you did to solidify the relationship will now seem futile.

the third stage is the bargaining period. here you will reason w/ anything or anyone you feel has the ability to restore the relationship. In my opinion, this stage is the most difficult b/c no matter what happens, the breakdown has severed the love you felt and bringing the man back will not put THAT love back together.

in the 4th stage, the point of grief... you begin the realization that the relationship wasn't meant to be. but within that revelation, feelings of self-doubt and worthlessness begin to take up residence in your soul. it is during this difficult phase that family and friends are most needed b/c their support will be the guiding force that helps propel you through this complication.

and finally the glorious period of acceptance. it is here that the reality of love's complexity takes its stead. It becomes a crown instead of a heavy cross to bear.and once you reach this plateau, you will relish in the comfort of being there.

what you are experiencing right now, is normal and as painful as it may be to embrace what has happened, it is your only option. allow your heart the space and time it needs to mourn, but when that time has passed, pick yourself up, dust youself off and take your place back in the land of the living. because no matter what you feel right now, having that "love" was not a bad thing. experiencing the loss of that "love" wasn't either. what it was and infalliby is... a valuable lesson that shape and construct you into the marvelous woman you are one day, sure to become. b/c through this lesson, you will learned how to love yourself and how to reciprocate that love to those who love and adore YOU.

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suck it up. no one like a crier. you will survive, drama queen.

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no point answering if you cant help.

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(((Hugs))) I'm sorry, hon.

Just feel the sorrow fully, let it pass.

Chocolate and tissues time...be gentle with yourself.

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Be strong. You'll survive.

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It'll take time to get on again...probably a lot of time.

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Cuz your carpet doesn't match your curtains...so you must dye something...teehee

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He probably stole your heart, and since hes gone, so is your heart. Hence the feeling of dying.

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