Well, obviously I just need to move on, but I'm not sure exactly how to do that. It very strange because, I only met him once, but I just fell in love with his personality he was probably one of the best guys I have ever met in my life. When I met him though he already had the gf that he got engaged to a few months after we met and I am not a home wrecker so after I found out he had a gf I didn't ever try and pursue anything with him. Plus, even if I had still pursed him and something had happened then he wouldn't have been an amazing guy anymore he would've just been a cheater and I wouldn't have wanted him anyway. So, meanwhile; after finding out he had a gf, I dated one guy who cheated on me and is now dating my friend the one he cheated on me with and I dated another guy who gave me multiple black eyes and choked me and cheated... basically, you name it he did it. So after I broke up with both of them, now I have found out the amazing guy is now married (he planned a surprise wedding for her and had her blind folded when she went to the alter, she had no idea it was her wedding day... super sweet) and I am so jealous and sad, and he was never mine so I don't really know how to get over it lol. Any suggestions?
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You've got to accept that this particular guy is not available, and remind yourself that he is not the only good guy in the world. There are LOTS of great guys out there, sometimes they're just not so easy to find, and you'll probably have to wade through a few ass holes to get to them. Make a list of the qualities that you want in a partner that are non-negotiable and promise yourself that you won't put up with or settle for less than that... I'm talking reasonable stuff like treating you with respect, having similar values, etc.
I'm glad you left the abusive guy. Please don't ever stay in a situation like that!!!0