21 year female
today, my boyfriend of 7 years, broke up with me, said he meet someone else, had has been seeing her for the past two months, and he wants to be with her. He said he wants me 100% out of his life, that it was very hard for him to choose between the two of us,but feels he really needs to see what else is out there...And guess I do get that...We have both only ever dated each other..And had every single first together...But he was my everything! Not only did I loose my boyfriend,my first true love...But my best friends...He has been there for me for everything..He has always been my other half...I am so hurt..So crushed...I find it hard to breath...The worst part...He is the one I go to..The one that I can talk to and say anything too...i have no one now to talk to...i feel alone..but really I am alone really don't have many friends...I feel as though I have know one to talk to...I don't even know where to start to get over this...Idea to help take some of the pain away
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I know this seems like an impossible situation right now...my boyfriend of 5 years broke up with me a week ago, and it felt like the world just ended. But it WILL get better. Talk to anyone who will listen...call family or friends even if you aren't that close anymore.
It also helped me to get out of the house...just force yourself to get out no matter how horrible you feel. Even just running errands...you'll bump into people who will brighten your day, and hopefully you will be able to distract yourself for a bit.
I didn't understand when people told me that it would get better with time. But it does. All that you can do right now is hurt, cry and take time to get through this part. Trust me as bad as it seems, these horrible feelings will help you to get through it. It's healthy. And don't feel guilty if you need to take time off work, although it will be so good for you to get out.
Know that you're not alone! Heartbreak is the worst feeling! But you will always have a huuuuuge place in his heart, and the more he sees that you are coping, the more he will question his decision. Stay strong.1