The guy I've been in love with for years broke up with me a few months ago. There was still hope, we were trying to get our friendship back. We still had a chance of getting back together if some obstacles changed. Recently all was getting better but he decided he was done, and didn't ever want to talk to me again. I was at a restaurant, I had to run to the bathroom and I sat on the floor, shaking, my heart racing, my head spinning. I couldn't even cry - it was too much of a shock. I'm trying to convince him, but I'm pretty sure it's over. He's everything to me, and without him I can no longer survive. I feel that the only way to ease my pain if he doesn't come back to me is to die. Has anyone felt that way? Thank you.
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I'm sorry you're feeling a broken heart. The pain is unrealistic when you can actually feel your heart breaking. But I've been in your shoes. Like someone took the air from me, felt like I couldn't breathe. You have to take all that love and attention he doesn't deserve and give it to something else. A hobby, family, a friend, a cause, your career. There has to be something in your life that is important to you. I'm here to tell you you will feel better. Soon you won't feel the breaking anymore. It will feel more like a bandaid on a small crack that will always be there. You'll smile at the memories, you'll still cry over a song or maybe a place that reminds you of him. But it won't always hurt THIS bad. I promise. You need a distraction. And you need to know it's okay to cry. It's okay to feel sad just give it a few days to get it out your system. Then surround yourself with loved ones. Friends and family. Find something that dulls the pain and stick with it. Don't torture yourself with memories or what did you do. You have to love yourself. Get it in your head: HIS LOSS. He threw away a love he will probably never find again. You tried and he walked out. This is on him. Not you. And one day you'll find someone who will hold you so tight that all the pieces begin to fit back together. Think positive. Take a deep breath hold your head up high and listen to empowering songs: Katy Perry -Part of Me Destiny's Child- Survivor Jan Kramer- King of apologies Mathew West-Strong enough Gym class heroes- the fighter
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