I'm really quite terrible at moving on, and I've never been so in-love with another person before. We had such great chemistry and big plans together, but she blocked me over something stupid and has yelled at me to never contact her friends or her and that it's embarrassing.
I'm sorry, but that's not the end of it. I'm far too emotionally-invested in her, and I love her to death. The thought of me or her with someone else is repulsive and disgusting, and I dream about her every night and think about her all day, every day. I'm going to contact her in a few months to try to build a relationship again, and it's going to be excruciatingly hard to wait that long, but I'll do it because of how much I love her.
At what point do you just give up hope? Moving on will take many, many years, perhaps five or more, and I'm not going to do that until I know for a fact I'm fighting a lost cause. Question is, how do you find that out?
Most Helpful Girl
It depends on the person, but I think you should stop trying when the other person won't communicate with you.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Guy
How do you find that out? It's up to you, the individual. Every situation is different and it's not really self evident for everyone every time. If she broke up with me or I broke up with her, I'm moving on the next day. Literally. It's not difficult at all for me to move on. Okay, maybe not a day. But, a week or two tops and I'll have my life together. I think because I value things like my career more sometimes than intimacy. They're tied, but working something I love WILL make me happier and make me forget about whatever it is that's bugging me0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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