Hi everyone, I'm just so caught up in a bunch of mixed emotions about my situation. My ex first gave a A LOT of excuses why it wasn't working out with us, but to me if he would have done his part we would have been happy but he refused to and broke it off. He denied leaving me to be with someone else, but a little before a month I found out. We've been together for 8 years and he proposed to me and had our parents meet and talked about our wedding etc. But when I suspected he was hanging out and talking to this girl and confronted him of course he denied the whole thing. He'd call me almost every night or and during the day every other day. I know the best thing for me is to move on because he had no problem throwing away our relationship for her but I can't help being bummed out about our future we've always talked about together and can't help but think of him making it all happen with someone else, when it should've been me. I have put in so much into our relationship and in the end He left me... He's not what I always thought.. I thought he was better than that. I always catch myself thinking of how he's holding her and kissing her and just doing everything he used to do with me with her and he's probably happier... I don't know I guess I'm letting it get to me but I'm really struggling to get over it and move on... Advice? I guess... thanks...
Most Helpful Guy
Its hard to get over that shit that's for sure. Especially like when you say you put so much effort into it and they don't. Don't know what to tell you I tried dating since my ex and it hasn't really worked out not much luck, and the sexual chances I've had I didn't go for cause I still think of her and she has me blocked on my phone and social media so its not like she gives a shit about me. Those with big hearts probably tend to obsess or have a hard time letting go1
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Most Helpful Girl
Its hard to get over a heartbreak I know because I've been in one before. I put in all the work as for my partner he put in nothing. Move on the best way that you can. Pick up a new hobby, hang out with your closest, keep yourself distracted and give yourself time to grieve if you need it. I've been in that position before and it hurts so much especially when you are the one that cared so much. Time heals all wounds though. But do not take him back, at all. If the relationship failed for whatever reason don't try to repair it or fix it just let it go. It just didn't work out, and you just have to accept that. If he comes back then okay if not just move on, keep walking don't look back.0