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Is it right to still have a contact to your even he has a girl friend?

  1. Yahl profile image61
    Yahlposted 5 years ago

    Hi. My ex-boyfriend for 5 years and I just broke up this January. I really miss him because he has been my best friend since then. So I decided to text him but he didn't reply when he knew that it was me. I am very sad that time. I just wanted to talk to him. Just like before. He even blocked me in his Facebook account! Oh, my!!! Awful sad

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    bobbyandbeansposted 5 years ago

    He's let go, and you need to do the same.  Rather than looking back on the friendship you shared, look forward by working hard to make new friends.  Take a class, join a gym, do volunteer work, take a second job, or do whatever you must to get your mind off him and start looking for someone new.

    1. Yahl profile image61
      Yahlposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Lol. Thanks smile You're right

  3. Drive By Quipper profile image61
    Drive By Quipperposted 5 years ago

    Been there, done that. Once, I was so love sick that I felt better by taking a Tylenol. The pain is actually physical. I loved this one lady so much, that I kept on seeing her as a friend. It wasn't worth it. I just kept walking around like a gut-shot dog for the longest time.

    That was years ago. Now, I can hardly remember what the pain felt like. That girl was crazy, too. I really dodged a bullet.

    There is no easy way to heal from a heartbreak, but it starts by removing yourself from the source. Just keep putting one foot in front of the other, and sooner or later you will cover enough distance.

    1. Yahl profile image61
      Yahlposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Lol. Um I was so crazy in love to do those things. Hehe. Thanks anyways. big_smile

  4. lovendar profile image61
    lovendarposted 5 years ago

    Its now time to forget him, Live your life. Don't think about him, he has made relationships and he is happy. Try to make serious relationships in life.

 
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