Most Helpful Guy
Yeah... You are turning this into way too much drama than it needs to be, at some point you will get tired of this scenario and just be over it... He moved on... There more to life, or was he a God that you prayed to? If he broken your religion then maybe it's worth the drama.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
Yes, I felt like that for a whole year after the break up. It was honestly the worst thing that ever happened to me, I took it really bad. As if someone close to me died. Every day was a torture. I was with my ex for 4 years and he left me for someone else, out of nowhere, I had no idea. One day it was all good and perfect and the next it was over. Maybe I wouldn't take it that bad if I had a feeling or if I was somewhat prepared, but I wasn't, it was a huge shock. I hate surprises.
But, you know what? It passes. Nothing lasts forever, so neither will your pain. People kept telling me this and I couldn't believe them, but now I understand. You might think that it's ruining you, but it's actually making you stronger. You're currently in training and you will get out of it very strong. The more it hurts, the stronger you'll be.
It's good if you could date others, that really helps. I couldn't but I wish I could, I would probably get over him sooner that way. I thought my ex was the best and that I'll never find someone as awesome and compatible as him, but oh boy I was so wrong! During the "single" year I got to know myself and explore so many things I wasn't even aware of. I'm actually glad about what happened because if it didn't I would never mature, I would stay ignorant about many things. Me back then and me now are totally different persons, I like me now. Me now is a badass, amazing woman. And when you're amazing and badass, you attract the same people. That's how I met my current boyfriend who can't compare to my ex one bit! If I loved the wrong person so much, can you even imagine how much I love the right one then? :)1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE