I first dealt with it by talking to my friends and crying for like an hour until I couldn't physically cry anymore.
Then I spent 2 hours doing homework so I could get my mind off of it and it worked.
Thing is I just finished all my homework & I'm realizing what has happened. And It feels horrible. It's a pain in my chest and tears just keep flowing and my heart is pounding so fast. I didn't mean to be all dramatic but that is literally how I feel right now. Then I think about it, & I'm wondering, what am I going to do now? How will I deal with so much pain? I don't know how people do it tbh. I obviously know that life goes on but I also know that it won't be the same and that scares me.
I was already feeling super depressed and obviously this will make my depression even worse.
I keep trying to think of the positives, of all the lessons this made me learn (some of them the hard way)
& in a way I'm happy because I used to not believe in love. & I didn't think I'd ever be capable of falling in love and actually feeling heartbreak over losing someone. So hey, at least now I know that I do have feelings, right? Who knew.
Most Helpful Guy
well, that didn't last long.
The first 1-2 days are the worst. time will help.
don't think too much about it, just makes it worse... try to distract yourself, ideally something where you are not alone and have to actively participate. like do some sports with someone together, play videogames etc.
If you are by yourself you have way too much time to think about it, which only hurts and drags it out1
Most Helpful Girl
I was in shock and denial for a good 4 months then depression kicked in and now acceptance and moving on is slowly starting to happen.. It takes time man and it's going to hurt for a real long time but eventually you'll find he's not on your mind as much anymore, you start smiling a little more genuinely, and slowly but surely you'll realize the love you have to give will be so worth it with the right person and it's not him. It's a process is all I can say. Some days are good some days are bad but such is life and trust me when I say that better days are coming.4