I've been in a long distance relationship for about 2 years, but recently we decided that it will not work because neither wanted to move permanently to the other's place. I feel like this was the right decision for both of us, but I'm feeling really lonely right now. We decided to remain friends; we used to talk on Facebook every day and that helped me maintain some balance, as I had someone to talk to, but now she deleted her account and even though I sent her a text to ask if she still wants to talk as friends and she said yes, I don't feel like texting her too much cause maybe she needs to get over it too and her deleting the only place where we could really talk was a clear sign to me in that direction. So now I'm struggling a bit, because I don't have anyone to talk to and getting a new relationship doesn't happen over night (at least not this night). Any suggestions of what to do to not feel lonely?
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Dude space is hella important. Zero contact for a year is like ideal.
If you want go on a couple tinder dates try to bang something new, then after that start a new hobby. Go to the gym take it easy read some books. Just absorb yourself in self improvement.
If you're really heart broken you aren't going to want to do shit, you'll have those days. Go for a walk at least. Avoid the booze but a couple days a month hammered ain't hurtin nobody. Just don't go hard often3
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