Most Helpful Guy
Finding out that she cheated post breakup was an emotional roller coaster. Heartbreak turned to anger. I had insomnia for 6 months, and when I did sleep, I had nightmares. I burnt myself out keeping myself distracted by overworking myself. I ended up having to redo a year of my degree because of the mess that she caused. Then I fall for a girl that was genuine, but that ended in a mess for reasons that even I can't understand/comprehend which has left me devastated to be quite frank as she was a perfect match in a sea of incompatibility.
Personally, I've been left feeling inadequate as a person even though I can be unbelievably nice and sweet at times, as well as being tall, and good looking with "beautiful eyes". But there are mitigating factors that have been involved which are hard to even get your head round as to why things didn't work out.
I started a business after the first bad breakup which was a little over a year and a half ago whilst I'm still at Uni, which has had a few setbacks due to my emotional issues as she had accessed my social media profiles and used it to manipulate my emotions post breakup even though she had moved on, and following that, 6 months down the line, had access to a business account of mine with business and investor contacts as well as correspondents (the first girl had found out my passwords by taking note of them when ever I logged in to an account during the relationship... lessons learnt) At the moment, I'm trying to get back into becoming an elite athlete again which I was prior to both relationships. Retiring from my sport in question has left me a little flabby and I have no structure which does not help matters as I am finding it hard to get into any routine having been at an elite level where I was having to training twice a day, 6 days a week & told exactly what to do and eat by a team of coaches. (talk about silver platter)
I've also taken up reading again as well as finally trying to learn my mother tongue as I had a number of difficulties growing up which resulted in not becoming bilingual when I should have. (not my parents fault, rather the education authorities multiple failures to recognise dyslexia, and understanding how children become bilingual.0
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I'm not really sure, I'm sure men deal with it in different ways however i know my ex dealt with it poorly and he dealt with it through finding other chicks to feel better and pretending that the break up didn't happen-- staying quiet about how he feels basically hiding his feelings.0