I want to know how to move on. I want to live my life as normal like before
how can I forget the past?
Love is the most powerful thing which can make us forget the past and the future and live the moment.
The only way to "move on" is to let go and (focus) on other things. Your future lies ahead of you and not behind you!
If your relationship ended accept that it's over and put away any reminders of it in storage. Unfriend your ex on all social media, delete phone and email contact information, and avoid going places you know your ex frequents.
Stop "romanticizing the past" by wearing "rose tinted glasses". Having "selective memory" keeps you from seeing things for what they are.
In order for your (ex) to have been "the one" he/she would have had to see (you) as being "the one".
At the very least a "soul-mate" is someone who actually WANTS to be with you! (And vice versa).
Allow yourself time to grieve among your close friends.
Get back to doing things you love but may have neglected while you were in that relationship. Set some goals that have nothing to do with your relationship status.
Put energy into your career, learning new things, traveling, working out, and living well.
That (person) who you can't imagine living without just know this: There are over (7 Billion) of us who are doing exactly that every day! In fact (you) use to be one of us.
Eventually you'll meet someone new and fall in love.
You'll tell yourself if it hadn't been for my breakup with my ex I would have never met this "great person".
Every ending is a new beginning!
I will add forgive him if he wronged you and ensure you dont have near you anything that reminds you of him. Deal with the negative emotions that results from a breakup such as anger and bitterness. Don't suppress the emotions, deal with them. Make a decision you are not going to sllow your ex to control your life, you are hoing to move and you are going to get over the breakup. Live as if you have never known your ex.
by Steven Escareno 2 years ago
Unlike my previous forum topics, this does have a lot to do with me. I just broke up with someone that I cared very deeply for. I can't say why I was the one that decided to end things, but I can tell you that I did have very good reasons to break up with her. I can't tell anyone...
by StricktlyDating 6 years ago
We've just started dating and he requested I confirm our relationship on Facebook. What do I do?I've only been on a few dates with him and not sure I want to change my relationship status to "In a relationship with ...HIM" for all my friends to see. It seems too soon, do I decline to...
by CharlieNikhole 2 years ago
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by cincin621 4 years ago
Is moving out of the state you live in a good way to start over in life?I have been contemplating a move out of state in order to start over with a clean slate. I just feel like a change of scenery will jump start a new beginning.
by jesme 7 years ago
How old is too old to live with your parents? Is your opinion based on gender?
by spark1 7 years ago
do all couples have problems in there sex live from time to time or is it not normal
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