Most Helpful Girl
This is the side of a break up no one thinks about, everyone always thinks the one who left has the upper hand and has moved on. Not true, it can hurt a lot to leave what you know is more bad than good. For having the power to do it at the very least, I respect you.
The pain subsides, as do the memories, give it time. And give her less and less thought, that will help. Throwout everything that reminds you of her, songs, items, communication etc.
I can promise you it'll get better, and you will find someone else who treats you better.
People here might rip it out of you for doing it by text, but it's understandable. Ignore them.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Guy
You have to try to get your mind off of it by doing the things you love (hobbies maybe). Depending on what type of person you are, you should talk about it to someone or be alone and think to yourself what were the problems and how you should avoid them in future relationships. Just to say, in my opinion I think things went down south because you were doing all of the work. When you're in a relationship, it helps build a bond by solving problems together, not trying to do everything on your own. Make sure that you find someone next time that's willing to be at your side and not expect you to do everything. This also could have been prevented earlier on as soon as you found out that she wasn't respecting you.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE