100% Miserable. I can't get back up this time. It hurt's too much. I'm stuck?
He broke up with me because of fights 3 months ago. Since then we didn't talk for a month. Then we came back to grad school and started hanging out again. He wanted to take things slow then he said he needed to take a step back. I would go out of my way to do nice things for him because I felt he deserved them and I wanted to be nice to him. I was feeling pushed away and felt he was very hesitant about everything. This was not how he was when we were together before. He was the best boyfriend I ever had. I truly thought when he told me he loved me that he did. I was having trouble sleeping after this and had a reaction to ambien. It was 6am I took a pill woke up at 6:30am went to his house enraged. I've never behaved this way before. I even scared myself. He wouldn't talk to me and closed the door. He later found out about the medicine and agreed that that wasn't me. He said he still cares and will call when he feels ready. He has blocked me on social media. I have not heard from him although I don't expect to so soon. I am completely lost. At a standstill. I've tried my best to get over him. I'm making new friends, taking up new hobbies, getting involved in school, talking to a counselor and I am stuck. I can't continue on like this. I'm misrerable and don't know what else I can do about it. I want to give our relationship an honest chance more than anything. He says school now comes before everything and he can't be distracted. Before he said it wouldn't even be something he'd consider unless he knew things would be better. I'm broken and everytime I put myself together the pieces keep falling apart. Please help me? :(
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Hot guy finally dumped her old ass.
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