My 4 year old relationship ended and since it was sudden and without a warning I can relate the pain to as if a family member died in an accident. Anyone ever felt the same?
Most Helpful Guy
breaks up. always is hurt, always you feel your heart is gonna to explore, and the hurt just dosent go away , its take time, its take long and you are not the first person and not last person who got hurt, its normal you feel it, and hurt dosent go away so fast , just try, to see the point i know you never forget this time, you never forget this hurt, but someday you will be thanks god that something like this has happened, because that day you know you are in right place and you have find your true love, and that day you are stronger than today , and you will laugh and smile, and you will breath deeply and you will close your eyes, and you feel all energy and all happiness in your heart :)0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
Yes, because even if someone didn't die, something did die: the relationship, the hope, the dream, the companionship, the connection and bond, and more. For me, even when they're shorter relationships, as long as my feelings and thoughts were invested, it hurts like a deep loss. It feels like living in a black cloud of grief. Complete depression, and I can't eat well.
Just imagining what it feels like as I wrote this, makes me want to cry.
The worst are the first two to three weeks post breakup.
What happened to you? Stay strong. No contact is necessary for your case.2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE