Ok soundin over harsh
Because reality IS Harsh, Life IS Harsh. It comes with shit tons of hard work and bitterness, in which none of us wanted or had ever asked for in the very First Place!Unless if someone was like really privileged and had been born into a really wealthy family of the upper classes, or even ruling elite class.You'll be alright. If it was your very first relationship, then it's less likely to avoid a breakup as most cases the very first relationship someone has will not be their very last or one which will lead to a wedding and marriage or even family with kids.Treat it as nothing more other than a learning experience and remember as much as you had learned from it and try your best to not repeat the same mistakes again in your next relationship.
Just take your life and heal, rediscover what your goals and priorities in life really are. If all your other goals are pretty much all set, and you're feel you are all good and ready. Such as you're independent, have a good career and job you can support yourself with, have your own place or live with cool and trustworthy roommates, and have a really good and strong social circle or network of professionals relevant to your field and career then you're pretty much all set at that point and can re-prioritize and re-focus on dating and relationships. Otherwise I would suggest to not put your heart, mind, effort and focus on dating and relationships for now, when the other important things would be of greater priority and require much more effort, time, and your attention.Thanks for MHO!
*Just take your time slowly and live life the way you want, and heal emotionally*
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