I just got out of my third relationship. My first boyfriend was just a one month, middle school relationship that was taken too seriously for what it was. I liked my second boyfriend a lot more than he'd ever even imagine liking me. And my third, though he wasn't my boyfriend, was the first person to really show me what sincere love was. He was also my first time having sex, longest relationship, and probably the absolutely most emotionally invested person I knew. We separated since we knew we couldn't handle a long distance relationship, even if we tried. It was just best.
But I'm heartbroken. I'd love to hear other's processes on falling in love, getting out of love, and starting a new. I honestly feel like I can't be with anyone else (I'll probably get over this, most likely. But the feeling totally eats you up).
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I'm in my first right now. It's not really official since it's long distance (we're waiting until we meet to decide if we're compatible irl) but we're something monogamous haha. It's been 9 months and for us long distance is easy. I've never been in a relationship before but I have a feeling this is the one?
I met him kind of by accident online and from there we really enjoyed talking to each other all day errday and the feeling just grew mutually between us. I don't feel butterflies with him but rather it feels like my best friend (actually my best friend, not "significant other best friend but not really").
Sorry to hear that you're heartbroken, glad you can rationalize that you'll get over this feeling though. Don't give up :P0