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Posted by: STILL SAS | 2012/02/27

I CANT STOP MYSELF

6 MONTHS AGO MY BOYFRIEND OF 11 YEARS WALKED OUT ON ME...AFTER ONE MONTH OF LIVING TOGETHER. GRANTED WE HAD ISSUES BUT IT BLINDSIDED ME. I WAS DISTRAUGHT FOR A WHILE BUT SLOWLY I FOUND MYSELF GETTING BETTER..... I REALISED THAT HE AND I WERE NOT THE BEST OF MATCHES AND THAT IT WAS FOR THE BEST.BUT I STILL MISS HIM AND EVERY NOW AND THEN I FIND MYSELF OVERWHELMED WITH EMOTION. IM NOT SURE IF IVE BEEN LYING TO MYSELF TRYING TO CONVINCE MYSELF THAT I AM OKAY OR NOT. BUT THE SADNESS IS STILL THERE....I CANT ESCAPE IT.

HOW CAN I GET OVER THE BREAK UP ONCE AND FOR ALL?

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Its perfectly normal that you may occasionally remember some of the good parts of the relationship, and forget some of the good reasons for parting ; even though you have realised sensibly that the pair of you were not a good match, and that it may be for the best that you have parted. After any loss or parting it usually takes more than 6 months to get mostly over it, maybe 9 to 12 months ; and the occasional wonder if things might have worked out, is natural. Just don't climb into unhelpful regrets

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2012/02/27

Its perfectly normal that you may occasionally remember some of the good parts of the relationship, and forget some of the good reasons for parting ; even though you have realised sensibly that the pair of you were not a good match, and that it may be for the best that you have parted. After any loss or parting it usually takes more than 6 months to get mostly over it, maybe 9 to 12 months ; and the occasional wonder if things might have worked out, is natural. Just don't climb into unhelpful regrets

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