Have you ever been in a situation where you thought everything was going well until the person decides it’s not going to work? I have, and if you haven’t you are one in a million and I applaud you. People think (including myself) what could I have done differently or what if I tried harder. In reality what could of, would of, should of, isn’t going to change the fact that person didn’t want to be with you anymore, especially if they are not willing to try.
It’s critical to understand you are not the problem; you have to pick yourself up and decide if you are going to continue to feel bad about yourself or are you going to get back out there and try again? When I was going through my breakup I forgot who I was before I met my ex boyfriend. It’s crazy how you literally forget who you are because, you are so consumed with your partner. Once you remember who you are it’s critical to become that person again. You use to love how carefree you were and how you didn’t have to worry about anybody but yourself.
At first, I thought I had to find someone else, but as time went on, I started to enjoy having time for myself and not have to worry about another partner. I started talking to people on a friend level and decided this was the best solution for me. I didn’t want to be in another committed relationship until I figured out what I wanted to do with my life. Which I’m currently thinking about as I write this blog haha.
The bottom line is to get back out there, the world is still moving, you didn’t die, I know it hurts but time heals everything.
On a humorous note (the beauty of denial):