I just broke up with my long distance boyfriend of theee months. We had both agr

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    Erin Muchlinskiposted 13 months ago

    I just broke up with my long distance boyfriend of theee months. We had both agreed it was best for

    Us to be only friends since the distance just wasn't working out. I was devastated to first day! Cried my eyes all all night until 2:00 am! The second day I was still pretty sad, we talked that day and talked about the break up to try to resolve it. I felt a little better but still friend that night. Today I don't feel anything? Like I'm not sad, and to be completely honest I'm not even thinking about him? I forgot how he looks and talks, I've just completely forgotten about him in general! I feel guilty for not be sad anymore like I was and for not thinking of him. Has anyone else felt this?

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    dashingscorpioposted 13 months ago


    It just proves it was time for the relationship to end.
    Generally speaking the longer a couple is together the longer it takes to move on. Three months or 12 weeks really isn't all that long for being a relationship. Some folks might call it a "fling".
    When you couple that with the fact it was a (long distance relationship) the odds are you two probably spent very little actual time together in person. Never confuse calendar time with actual.
    Long distance relationships were meant to be temporary.
    The goal is to be with the person you love!
    At some point someone must be willing to relocate.
    If there is no "light at the end of tunnel" couples usually drift apart.
    It's the counting down of the months, weeks, and days until you're finally done with the inconvenience of being in a long distance relationship that keeps it strong!
    The only reason for maintaining a LDR is the belief that he/she is "the one". Otherwise if you're just simply "dating" you may as well do that locally. One man's opinion! smile
    Every ending is a new beginning!
    Best wishes!