My one year and nine month relationship just ended in a mutual break-up. It was my first relationship as well. I loved him.. so much, but the past four-five months were, from my opinion, obviously forced by the both of us. And so, I took it upon myself to end it as I didn't want our relationship to be forced some more. I was as elegant and respectful as I could be, and I told him exactly what I thought. He completely respected my decision and agreed. Shortly, I said that the relationship itself wasn't as positive as it used to be and that I felt single in something that is supposed to involve two people. And again, he agreed. However, I still care for him. Any advice?
Most Helpful Guy
The thing is, you ended a relationship because it wasn't as positive as it was in the beginning. I'm gonna tell you the hard truth but at least it's advice. If you want a relationship to work you have to work on yourself and work towards making the relationship stronger. If you break up that means you gave up trying. If you give up, you won't succeed. You need to work on your relationship the same way you would work on bettering yourself. Step by step, day by day, activity by activity. If by then it doesn't work out then you probably weren't meant for each other. If you however give up and cheat on him, you have already lost all integrity and faith. While I'm not saying you should get back together since he was on the same page meaning maybe he wasn't ready to work on the relationship. My advice is, work on what's worth having and don't give up when times are tough. Those times shape you as a person and a girlfriend :)1
Most Helpful Girl
Go out with your friends. Dont stay in contact with him. Thats how you eventually move on from a relationship. It will take time of course but just focus on yourself more and other things in your life. You're 15. You are still so young. You have a whole life ahead of you :)2