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Take the lessons you learned from that relationship, that being the qualities you want and don't want, and be done with it. You have to make a conscious decision that you are now moving on.0
Take the lessons you learned from that relationship, that being the qualities you want and don't want, and be done with it. You have to make a conscious decision that you are now moving on.
Moving on isn't actually a thing where one day you stop thinking about them all together magically.
You have to take it one day at a time like the drunks in AA lol
I'm in the same boat as you. My ex and I broke up about a year ago. I've also gone out on lots of dates. Had a lot of sex with all kinds of girls.
My ex cheated on me and is engaged with the new guy. Our last day was very bitter, she indicated she didn't want me to contact her (and I didn't). I think about her most days. Sometimes I find myself humming something she would hum. I usually compare girls to her.
I feel haunted by some of her words and words from my family. I just can't escape it.
Instead of distracting yourself with more romance, try distracting yourself with work. Dive deep into new projects or a new work flow. I find it's the healthiest way to move on.
Get over him. for God sakes it's been two years
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