Most Helpful Guys
Now, this is appropriate use of anonymous option. Substance, something bit more serious.
Heh. FB official. I stil smile at that. FB is a social network. It's a lot of code designed primarily to get info about you, to sell that info to our corporate overlords and to sell you stuff from them. Yeah, and in the mean time, I guess, you can have your profile there and do stuff. Share some info about you, which the code of FB is more interested about than your friends.
Now, do you see, how silly is to be FB official? :-) So that information is stored on some servers in many copies. Aaaaand…? That doesn't mean anything.
You're thinking about him, don't you? That's why you keep watching him. Think about something else. Something close to you. And every time, realize where that road, which you are preparing to go, leads. It will always be hurtful, it will not help you. So…why do it? When you already know the result?
Then, this seems to be a symptom of a larger issue: You're not yet fully over the end of your relationship.
Externally: Perhaps, you'll find more success with a change of strategy, like crowding-out this non-option with better, more fulfilling tasks: Hang-out with people, start a new hobby. seek-out new friends, take some online lessons, learn a new language, etc.
Often, since our time in a day is fixed to the same 24-hours, removing a habit is just de-facto replacing it with something else. Perhaps, doing so intentionally will help.
Internally: Are there any unresolved issues that are causing your subconscious, intuitive, emotional drive (s) to push you into this?
Yes, it sometimes takes time for the emotions to catch-up to the mental decisions/directives, especially in the case of a sudden stop from the 2-years' worth of emotional momentum. But, if there are any further, apparent/unapparent issues accompanying it, that will make it worse, so identifying it/them for an attempted resolution should help.
Did you mention successfully not checking for 2 weeks before this (series of) lapse (s)? Was there no urge (making you think you were indeed getting over him), until a sudden tsunami? (What triggered the sudden urge?) Or was it a constant battle, with the urge collecting (like in a dam) for 2 weeks, until you reached your limit? (Again what what was the urge's trigger? And any specific triggers for the dam's cracking?) Identifying your triggers might help you.
Most Helpful Girl
He left you and you feel hurt rejected and powerless. You keep stalking him because deep down you hope he might be alone and miserable and deep down loving you like Edward did with bella at the twilight movies. The truth is for some reason he wanted to end things with you and I personally believe he met her before he asked you to break up.
By stalking him every time you see him happy you want to cry. every time he says I love you to her your heart aches. You must stop. You will do this by admitting to yourself that it is over. no oh maybe he will come back to me. Nothing ! He moved on and you must remind to your self that this story is over forever with not a chance of reconciliation. This way you will seek elsewhere someone and probably move on faster than you believe now.
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