When so you stop completely thinking about them after a long term relationship? By the way We broke up cause it wasn't working out we are 2 different people. It wasn't cause of anything bad.
- its normal
- only when you find someone else
Most Helpful Girl
You've shared so many memories and spent so much time together, she's bound to be in your heart. The thing is that you'll still have that love for her in your heart. You will never actually get over her (if you really loved her) but what tends to happens is that we learn how to live around that gap in our life. In order to move on you need to understand why you felt what you did and why you no longer need to feel it. It's gonna be really hard. But you'll get through it.1
Most Helpful Guy
I've had maybe five very serious relationships in my life, girls I was together with long-term (like at least a year), had sex with, knew their families, etc.
I wouldn't want to completely stop thinking about any of them. But, even if I wanted to, I couldn't. They're all still important to me, and they'll always be with me, in a sense. I'll always wish them the very best.
You build your life and your character and your worldview on experiences like these. Integrating these memories and feelings into your future existence is healthy, natural and important.
Good luck. :)1