I've been going through the most difficult period of my life since myngorl friend of fove years broke up with me about ten months ago. We began seeing eachother when were about 13, and quickly became physically involved. last September, she texted me and broke up with me. This was the third time she has done so, butwehad always gotback together. I can't say she did not have a reason for doing as she did, for I can be very difficult tospend timse with, as I am always wiling to listen, but I have trouble letting people in, unless I don't personally know thosepeople to whom I am speaking. Anyway, right after she texted me as much, I was really angry. I started to realize only the faults amongst all the great things about her, and I told her it was fineif she wanted to leave. I really regret that, but what I regret more was, starting todrink heavily to get over her. I was always drunk fir thefollwing 7 months, constantly turning her downwhen she wanted to reconcile. Now she has moved on to a new man, someone older, in his later 20's apparently, who makes a decent living. I can't compete with him, at 18, but I can't live without her anymore. I've tried and failed to killm yself with pills, but I guess dieing wouldn't really get her back. As you can probably tell shehad ample reason for leaving me, but my good lord, I would change my entire personality for her. If I can't do that, however I will need to move on. how is it possible to do so? Thank you.
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Damn bro... Let her go
I I know it's hard but tell her that you will always care about her and appreciate everything she has ever done for you and that you will always remember your relationship as something special
She gave you a few chances to get back with her and you turned her down. She might be over you and that's fine. But you will have to learn to move one
Hang in there bro, become stronger focus on becoming the best version of yourself and you will undoubtledly find a new woman