So, I try to look at other girls and whatnot. But every time I try to like one, it's the same damn problem. They're not as pretty. It's like I got spoiled or something. it's a stupid, ridiculously unfair problem. I was never superficial before her, in fact I often disliked good looking people on instinct because I assumed they were dumb or selfish. But after loving someone so incredibly beautiful looks suddenly matter.
So like, is this gonna get better? The idea that I'll never experience dating a girl that perfect ever again is depressing. I don't want to consider my ex the most beautiful girl in the world. But I can't help it.
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Looking at other girls isn't going to help you get over the girl you previously had feelings for, much to the dismay of many people around the world. However, I can guarantee that it will get better. Like I say to everyone else, you have to learn to love yourself and enjoy life without the person you previously loved before you can see other people the way you saw her. Chill with your buds, go places, do things you've always wanted to do. Change your look, your room, whatever you want, but get creative and focus on YOU right now and YOUR LIFE. With time your heart will grow apart from her and you'll meet a girl and even though she may not initially be as beautiful (she could be as well, depending on how the girl is and how you feel at the time) you will grow to see her as even better than your ex.
Time is key, and everyone moves on at a different pace :)