yeah, I'm that salty guy, my ex dumped me after mistreating me.
it's been 4 months (maybe 5) since she dumped me and wanted to stay friends but i never replied to her texts again because she offended me a lot.
Why exes that do that get to move on like nothing happened? meanwhile the dumpee get to feel angry at times, just judging other people as the same shit-face as their ex, and being label as a crying baby if they dont fully recover, move on and forget about it?
it makes me angry because while i waste my energy feeling like this and its really hard to stop it, she gets to move on really easily since she wasn't HURT ONE FUCKING BIT, life all about parties, fun and fucking whatever she gets and meeting mad dudes in college, that selfish worthless bitch.
Also, i moved to another city so i dont know anyone, so i dont have a social life, I don't have a job and I feel like I graduated college for nothing because every job i've had is a temporary thing and is not even on the filed i majored in.
Most Helpful Girl
So really your issue is with yourself. You feel like you haven't done shit with your life. Let me stop you! This is not your ex's fault. Sure it's easy to place blame on another individual for the way something turns out for us. Because taking responsibility and owning our own shit had potential to damage our pride. So I'm here to tell you fuck that shit! Own your shit man. This is your life! Get yourself out of this depression! You need to wake up and own your life! Take control of it once more. Fix the things you don't like within your own self. But baby steps. This is key! Clear your mind of all that negative bullshit. Wrote out your feelings. Burn them. Offer them to someone who's always listening. You are never alone and always heard! You hear!!1
Most Helpful Guy
hey pal, the most likely reason she was able to move on , is she death with the issue while you two were together and left you in the dark until she split. As for the anger, we have all been there and everyone deals with it in different ways. my suggestion to you is find a way to forgive her for leaving, I know it sounds stupid, but forgive her, and start concentrating on the positive things in your life, start going to a gym or jog or some sort of physical activity, seems stupid, but it will help. and put yourself in a social spotlight, go out by yourself, talk to people along your daily routine, Google singles activity's in your area, focus on the small positive things in your life, the more you focus on the good, the more the good will manifest1
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