But before anyone asks, I was the one to break up with him. He never wanted to break up. I just feel like we aren't going anywhere in the future and its a very up and down relationship that I just had to end it. Both of our feelings are still there. Thats why even after 50+ days of breaking up, we still end up having sex, holding hands, hugging, kissing, etc.
I dont want to be with him, I just dont know how to stay away..
It literally feels like we are addicted to each other.
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"Thats why even after 50+ days of breaking up, we still end up having sex, holding hands, hugging, kissing, etc." You basically didn't break up? :p
Anyway, that's just normal considering the chemical things going on in your brain when you're dating someone. You are literally addicted and so is he. (I forgot about the details and the specific names but I think that @bearsanswers could tell you more about it if you kindly ask him)
We all used to say "I wouldn't have much interaction with anyone else." before realizing it's not the case at all and we can feel the same intensity in terms of feelings with many different people. I used to say that to about my ex too though he was such a... yeah. Now I realize that I can feel the same excitement about other people.
I just think that you have to accept it as a fact (the addiction) and that may help reduce the effect a bit.
You can also just focus on other people you also care about but to whom you're not giving that much attention.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE