Reese PB cups and Old Milwaukee beer
Accept that they're not meant to be in our lives and move on from them. Allow yourself to forgive them and don't be bitter. The only person you hurt when you're bitter, is yourself.
Yes it is. You don't even have to tell the person you forgive them. Just say it to yourself and pity them for being so inadequate, for feeling the need to hurt others, in order to feel better about themselves.
Visualization helps. Picture the bitterness and resentment as anchors to which you are tied. Cut the ropes and drift away from it. It doesn't mean it will disappear, but you don't have to remain tethered to it. Moving on means first letting go.<br />
And remember that energy only changes forms, it's not limitless. The energy you fed that bitterness and resentment can be invested in other things, so try to put your attention and your interest elsewhere. Help other people, or animals. It really does make a difference.
I would never, ever tell anyone it is so simple. I can only remind you that it takes energy to even feel bitterness and resentment, and as a human being you only have so much energy to go around. Hopefully there are other things in your life or experiences or people or interests you can add to your life to try and start to displace some of the bitterness and resentment. Good luck.
I moved back to my hometown.