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I think a lot of people have been where you are now. In fact, a lot of people probably have been there more than once. I pretty much feel that way each time a relationship ends, but then somehow I pick myself up again and it give another try. I've been in a relationship for 1.5 years now and I'm happy, but I always say that if this one doesn't work out, I'm just going to stay single. However, I realise how unlikely that is.
You are still young, there's still plenty of girls for you to meet and a lot of experiences for you to make. And yes, unfortunately some of the experiences won't be nice, but that doesn't mean that they won't be valuable. As stupid as it sounds, getting hurt is sort of a part of falling in love. It doesn't always have to be a part of it, of course, but a lot of the times relationships don't work out and that ends in pain. The good thing is though that that pain never lasts forever. Don't give up hope, but also don't rush things. Also, when a relationship ends, you shouldn't only focus on it ending and on the pain it causes/caused, but also on the happy times you've had when it was working.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE