I was with this guy and I honestly thought he was everything I wanted until I saw how he truly was and it's hard to get over him bc I still have feelings for him and we go to the same school and he keeps parading his new girlfriend in my face, I am hopelessly confused
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I think my typical thing is I do what I can to distract myself. I usually work a lot anyway, so I try to delve deeper into work. I also do like to be with friends... and I definitely avoid contact if at all possible, especially if it was a hard pain.
I've also had some short lived relationships, so I haven't gotten as emotionally invested in her to make it all that horrible. I think that it's also that I'm quick to realize all the bad things that broke us up were legit... and I am much better off not having a girl who cheats, or who is mean spirited... or whatever.
I have had those moments with crushes... on occasion. I remember being really hurt at 17 because a girl made a date with me and it was a joke... and I fell for it. I recall (besides being super upset internally), that I never let her fool me like that again. I dropped talking to her, but acted as if I was in on it, and never showed that it hurt.
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It really takes time, when I was your age around then I was going through heartbreak I literally didn't think I would survive as dramatic as that sounds, but I did and you will too! You just have to focus son what you want and not settle.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE