He was the first guy who ever had feelings for me. I was head-over-heels in love with him. We dated for a year and a half, and then he broke up with me. It's been 4 months, and I still feel really lonely, anxious, and sad. Sometimes I'm angry at myself, and I blame myself for the breakup, and other times I resent and blame him. And sometimes, after 4 months, I still find myself crying over him.
I feel lonely all the time because I really miss him, and I worry that I will never meet anyone like him again, especially since I go to a women's college, so it's more difficult to meet guys. I don't know what to do. Is it normal to still feel this upset after 4 months? Or is that too long to still be upset? Is it typical to be this anxious about trying to find someone new?
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Im four months into the break up now. Had to deal with going past the anniversary, his birthday and next is my birthday in two weeks.
He was in a rebound after a week after five good years together, and he is still in that rebound. I have a strong career and we were buying a house at the time. She has no job, a council flat, a 5 year old child and is 5 years younger than him. He is now 28 and I'm nearly 27.
Break ups are hard and I still don't get how he can jump into someone else's knickers so quickly when we were so strong. The rebound pain is worse than the break up as I thought we would get through it. I thought he was just scared of the house commitment...1
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