A week later he started going out with a friend of his, who is a bad copy of me: same interests, same type of personality, same job, same insane love for cats, same taste in music and food. It was quite a blow for me to see he had replaced me for her, the only consolation being that she is extremely bad looking. But for the rest she is scaringly similar to me.
Not only, but I saw on Facebook posts etc that he uses he same jokes we created, our nicknames etc with her. They have been on holiday in the same place we used to, and it’s not a touristic one or a popular destination, it’s a place we used to go because we had wonderful memories linked to our relationship there... they have been to the house next to the one we used to rent...
It was a hard break up for me, I still deeply love him. But looking at this, I feel like an impostor stole my life, it’s excruciating... why is he doing this?
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harsh reality... he lost interest in you but it does not mean he lost interst in your type and why would he suddenly not like all the things he liked to do before but with a different person. its sad you feel the way you do and i do understand it must be hard but you need to just move on and forget about it.
Sounds kind of like she was a sidechick elevated to girlfriend; I mean to have all of that relationship banter and the like setup and established so quickly does seem a bit suspicious. Think about it; he clearly wasn't as "deeply in love" with you as you were with him as a long distance relationship wouldn't have been a breakup worthy scenario for him, she was a friend of his that obviously would have known about you and if she was the sidechick she would have tried to emulate you as best as she could to help in keeping him interested in her and she stepped in almost immediately to fill the void as if it was planned out. Seems a bit weird right?
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