Most Helpful Guy
You're 13 all you have to do is play jump rope and you'll soon forget
Most Helpful Girl
I'm sorry people have been quite abrupt and cold with their answers. Regardless of your age the loss of the closeness of someone in your life is painful. If it were just a close friend who suddenly isn't anymore can be similar. For now let your self be sad for a while. Talk to someone you trust about how you feel. Get it in a jurnal. Cry. Eat ice cream. Rest, eat and sleep well. Make an effort to spend time with people who make you smile. Try not to talk about your sadness too much after a couple weeks. Try to have fun with your friends and hobbies. Put away out of sight anything that will remind you. If you are in the same school try to avoid his hangouts. If you see hi!, smile and walk by. Don't talk with him right away. Take space. Know and tell your self it will be OK and its OK to be sad.
When you are healed just focus on being a teenager and having fun. Relationships are well overated in teen years. Hormones are all over the place. Focus on building good friendships instead. You are too young to be thinking about serious relationships and learning heartbreak. You will most likely have heartbreak again more than once in your life. Don't let that be in your last years before adukthood.
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