I'm sorry. ((hug))) <br />
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Cry. Scream. Hit your pillow. Curse at the bastard. Grieve. And when the tears dry, realize that you are better off without him. It takes time, but you will get through the pain and find happier days.

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I was never told that. I would think how inconsistent!

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I know the sentence doesn't make sense lol
|I just don't love you anymore!"

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I'm so sorry...the only things you CAN do: get away, let loved ones be there for you. Allow yourself to grieve, and know that this was NOT your fault in any way. And that you WILL get through it, BELIEVE it.

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That depends beautiful. If someone says that out of no where without a solid reason then you should deem yourself lucky because he/she doesnt worth your precious tears.

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Yes it was of of nowhere!

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They it's other one's loss;)

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say ok.

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I swear it was what I said LOL

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Kick his BUTT. And real hard. Lol.

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pack you sh*t and leave. No use dwelling on it.

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Slap the **** out of them.<br />
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KIDDING....sorry....seriously, there is nothing you can do...let them move on and give you the chance to move on to much bigger and better things. <br />
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I had it happen to me 13 years into a relationship...just out of the blue one night I was told "I don't love you anymore". No explanation, no nothing. That was about 5 years ago and I am glad she decided to go her way and let me go mine. <br />
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Good luck to you!!

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I cried :(

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In the absence of more context, I will most agree with WordCard's reply. <br />
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It could have been in a fit of rage. There could be some underlying issue which he may not say it now. It could be something that could be sorted out by talking over. I know it hurts a lot at the time, but it may not be good to lose something for a one-time, off-the-cuff outpouring. I see too many marriages are strained because you take every word, literally, seriously, dwell on it, interpret it, stretch it to conclusions, insist on explaining it, returning it in the same currency etc, where just let go at the time and reflecting on it along with a balance sheet of the spouse's overall good and bad qualities and sweet and tough times together, would have a lended a more balanced view. After all, which relationship is without turbulence ?<br />
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If he says it time and again, then, of course, it's a different matter.

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I would correct their grammar.

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"you don't love me ANY more, dear."

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LOL I know!!!!!! But it is a song!

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Who's saying so?<br />
I might cry and feel very rejected or even brokenhearted, if it were one of three people in this world. <br />
I might say "Ok. I feel a bit the same way." Though really, if I've loved someone, then I keep on loving them, even if I can't stand being with them any more. <br />
Or I might say, "Wow. I didn't know you loved me in the first place!" That has actually happened.<br />
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And one thing I might add....even if someone says he doesn't love you any more, it doesn't necessarily mean it's true. I have a tendency to think that love lasts, even if it doesn't seem the same or feels different. I think that mostly you change in the way that you feel love, but deep down, the love is still there. If that helps at all. Some people expect a certain "feeling" to always be there...so when that changes they think love has gone.

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i was never told that sorry guess we were just city kids back then and she was killed at 19

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Yep, cry and cry till you can cry no more. Just get it out, life goes on. Eventually you are not crying when you wake up and then not last thing at night. Time, tears and kleenex. And get the good ones, with the aloe vera added :)

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