I've been with my boyfriend (ex) for two years, we loved each other very much our relationship wasn't perfect, I've stuck by his side thick and thin, we share the same best friends, and I still love him but I'm trying to accept the situation. Our life was improving, everything started to spiral out of control when I received a text message on his phone from his ex girlfriend from six years ago, she's now married to a nice guy who is successful, my ex isn't successful and is in debt with horrible credit, and my ex isn't that nice of a guy when he's mad and hit me in the face when I demanded the reason why he didn't want to be with me anymore. My ex said he doesn't want to be with me anymore because he still loves his ex from 6 years ago from high school, although they only met up three times since. It's only been one week since we broke up and we are living together still & He has already slept with her. Her husband message me on facebook asking me questions and he had no idea that she was cheating on him again, because my ex had an affair with her about 3 years ago, but she went back to her husband. Although I believe she only goes back to my boyfriend (ex boyfriend) when she's not happy or bored with her life, she's very selfish and he's stupid. My ex believes that they will never argue or have trouble with there relationship if he becomes a couple with his ex, he only think she's going to be perfect girlfriend and they will happily ever after but obviously he thinks that because they recently started talking again & because he never lived with her, no one is perfect and life isn't easy. I feel horrible for her husband. I feel horrible for him because he won't ever have a beautiful smart faithful girlfriend (me) as his girlfriend ever again. He brought over a different ex girlfriend today. What do you think will happen in the long run? I don't want to be with him, I want him to feel like an idiot and feel regret.
Most Helpful Guy
6 to 12 months from now, you will look back at your breakup with a smile. I feel your disdain and jealousy, understandably so.
These negative emotions would only hold you back instead of moving you away from what has been a tormenting relationship.
You may think to do the following things:
Step 1: Feel the hurtful feelings. It doesn't matter if it takes a day, week or month. Do not force away your thoughts from them.
Step 2: Accept the person is no longer with you, and would never come. Accept the heartbreak emotions.
Step 3: Focus on the good memories this person brought to your life. It's important not to dwell on the negatives otherwise that could cause you to relapse to the anger phase.
Step 4: Focus on things you would have loved more to experience from this person.
Step 5: Remove items about him that may cause you to deny there's no hope with thus guy.
Step 6: Set important activities to do daily. Focus on completing them. Activities focus your mind on positive emotions.
Step 7: Remember something good is coming to you.
Step 8: Let time be your best friend.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
It probably won't work out if they are living in poverty.
You should worry about yourself first now. He sounds like a violent person and isn't safe to be around with.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE