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Old 04-18-2007, 06:45 PM   #21
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She is the 2nd girl from the right, or fourth person from right to left. Im the second guy and the guy in front of her is my buddy Jossue who is also on this forum.

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After a couple days, it is time to concentrate on finding a new girlfriend. As soon as you do this, you will forget all about the ex. Seems hard to understand now with your mood but it is really that simple.

Even if you do not like the new one as much, it will take your mind off the old one and you will feel better.
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Old 04-18-2007, 11:12 PM   #23
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You're still young,don't get tied down too early

Give yourself some recuperating time and then go out and find someone new
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Old 04-18-2007, 11:23 PM   #24
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please refrain from showing this photo agian, with a mug like that, I can hardly blame her

just kidding homes, I know your hurt right now but hey, a lot of people have been there Relationships aren't the easiest thing to be in (trust me I find myself arguing a lot) this will pass, and perhaps it was needed for Both of you to grow in a different direction towards other things, lifes funny that way.
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Old 04-18-2007, 11:43 PM   #25
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Chin up bro. Hurts like mother ******* hell, I know, many of us have been there. Right now you can't imagine how you can go on without her, maybe might even be a little angry at her for doing this to you. No matter how bad the pain is right now I promise, it WILL fade with time. Little by little it will go away and you will think of her less and less and then eventually you'll be glad to have things the way they will be.

I say these things from expeirence, I was about your age when I had my heart ripped out the first time (long story for another time, and I know some of you would be shocked to find out I have a heart )

give her time to think, no matter how she treats you treat her with respect and you will always comeout looking like the better person.

Some one once told me "If you love something you have to let it go, if it comes back to you it'* yours, if it doesn't, it never was"
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Old 04-19-2007, 01:39 AM   #26
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all this after-school special stuff gets a little thick at some times.

i find myself agreeing with sse14.

while ive had my heart ripped out a number of times, stepped on a few times, and blended until it made a nice, red puree once or twice, that doesnt mean i know what youre going through. if its anything like what i went through, then youre hurting pretty badly. it was 2 years before i got out of the pain last time (if you call what i am now "out of it"). its never gone away, still sitting in the back of my chest hurting a little. if this is the end, youll probably always wonder why or what you could have done differently. but now you have two options. live on or die. obviously the former is infinitely better than the latter, as the former contains hope. but that doesnt mean you need to cut the greiving process short. in some ways, getting dumped or dumping is worse than a death. because with a death, its not usually a choice. but a breakup hurts a lot because of the choice involved. especially as relationships grow in length, theres a definite parallel between a breakup and a death.

odd, exactly what i chanted to myself in the darkest times has already been stated. but ill reiterate, with the emphasis that this is what helped me through.

this too, shall pass.

but grieve as long as you need to -- were here to help.
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Old 04-19-2007, 01:46 AM   #27
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This will be a true test of how much a "man" you are. Dude, you are only 18, you have tons of years ahead of you with tons of relationships in your future if you want them. Get through this, don't get all hung up over this one, you have to be able to see the light at the end of the tunnel. In a year or so you'll look back at this day and say eh, chauk one up to experience! I was devastated when I broke up with my WIFE, thought it was the end of the world, wondered if I'd ever be happy again, and here I am today 12 years later never looking back and feeling better and happier than ever! Live for tommorrow dude, not in yesterday!!!!!!

Just my advice but take it for what its worth................Good luck man!!!!!!
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Brianj said it perfect . "LIVE FOR TOMORROW NOT YESTERDAY" After I broke with my high school love I spent 7 years in a bottle and a bag looking for the easy way out. Tried that way and then figured it out. If something doesnt work out the way you think it should today it is because tomorrow something much better will come your way. Side NOTE sober 100% since may 23rd 2005. Had tried long time for that day. My fiance finally said yes to a date that same day.First Date may 25th 05 . We have been Together since and will be getting married most likely this summer. After spending 7 years looking at things the wrong way, One other thing is a definete fact. " THIS TO SHALL PASS"
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Old 04-19-2007, 03:34 AM   #29
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These things are never easy, been there done that. But I agree with pearl_bonnie, get out and hang with friends etc. Know that it is going to be hard, really hard. But take this time to examine things, from the relationship and other things. Learn and grow from it, that would be my best advice. And if that doesn't help you can come to my office and we can do some real counseling, I'm not cheap though. lol j/k
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Let it go man. You could spend days, months, years over this and it isn't worth it. She hit the road on her own accord and there'* nothing you can do about it....'cept hang the "vacancy" sign out and wait for the next one to come along.

Yeah, I'm also in the same school of thought as the others...Hook up with your freinds and go have some fun.
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