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    (Original post by TheReckless)
    haha the Inbetweener's is one of my all-time favourites. Maybe I should binge-watch some episodes just to lift my mood up a little.
    DO IT, especially the one at Thorpe Park, the one where Will s*** his pants, the Fashion Show and the very last episode- bound to cheer you up
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    (Original post by TheReckless)
    haha the Inbetweener's is one of my all-time favourites. Maybe I should binge-watch some episodes just to lift my mood up a little.




    ah okay, will do - thank you so much.



    oh, Rob. Are you insinuating that you'd like to be the rebound?
    The implication that my proximity to you would cheer you up was intended to be ironic, but I'm not known to be very decisive if you catch my drift.
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    (Original post by TheReckless)
    **This was my first official relationship in my life (I'm 22, but I was raised religiously and so this was my first).**

    My boyfriend of 1 year (not a long time, Im aware, but long enough) just dumped me via a phone call after a few days of ignoring my texts/calls.
    He said hes been going through a lot, personally and financially, and wants to deal with it how he's always dealt with it - alone. He promised it was just a break, but I know he finds the commitment too much.

    I was alright with it up until the call ended. I've been embarrassingly crying since (for the past half hour). I'm really upset (expectedly) and angry, because I really grew fond of this guy. I'm in love with him.

    I thought he was in love with me too (he told me he loved me first), and he's kept saying "I love you" constantly, even last week, which makes me mad because how could one go from "I love you" to "We need a break" in the span of a week?

    I just feel like it's me. I feel like I was too much. I fell hard for this guy, and I guess I feel *****y because I invested a lot of my happiness in him (BIG ****ING MISTAKE).

    It's been a long time since my last episode depression-wise, but I feel like this will cause a relapse.


    So yeah guys. Cheer me up, please. Take my mind off of this. Or just AMA. Anything, really.
    Good luck babes, forget about him. you can do better! x
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    Is it easier to get over losing a job as opposed to being "dumped"?
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    (Original post by RobML)
    The implication that my proximity to you would cheer you up was intended to be ironic, but I'm not known to be very decisive if you catch my drift.
    I don't.
    if you wanna go for a pint just say so if you catch my drift.


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    Good luck babes, forget about him. you can do better! x
    Much easier said than done, but thank you x


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    (Original post by TheReckless)
    I don't.
    if you wanna go for a pint just say so if you catch my drift.


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    Lol ok. Woody?

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    (Original post by TheReckless)
    Much easier said than done, but thank you x


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    how old are you anyway, and what base did you get to, if you mind me asking?
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    Lol ok. Woody?

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    gotcha


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    how old are you anyway, and what base did you get to, if you mind me asking?
    I'm 22, and we pretty much went all the way.


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    (Original post by TheReckless)
    I'm 22, and we pretty much went all the way.


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    You're still young enough to find someone else. Put the loser behind you and move on. Are you at uni, if so you should meet plenty of eligible bachelors there
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    gotcha


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    I guess the slight catch is that listening... or in your case, singing/playing depressing songs doesn't help, not saying to listen to ridiculously happy songs or whatever but don't get trapped though.
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    It is a break. Sometimes people just need a break for a few weeks. I know myself if you are with someone all the time then you need a break from them every now and then. However he didn't have to actually break up with you, he could have just seek he couldn't talk to you or see you for a while because he needs to sort himself out and a change. As thinking about someone all the time is tiring, so the break is good.
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    (Original post by TheReckless)
    **This was my first official relationship in my life (I'm 22, but I was raised religiously and so this was my first).**

    My boyfriend of 1 year (not a long time, Im aware, but long enough) just dumped me via a phone call after a few days of ignoring my texts/calls.
    He said hes been going through a lot, personally and financially, and wants to deal with it how he's always dealt with it - alone. He promised it was just a break, but I know he finds the commitment too much.

    I was alright with it up until the call ended. I've been embarrassingly crying since (for the past half hour). I'm really upset (expectedly) and angry, because I really grew fond of this guy. I'm in love with him.

    I thought he was in love with me too (he told me he loved me first), and he's kept saying "I love you" constantly, even last week, which makes me mad because how could one go from "I love you" to "We need a break" in the span of a week?

    I just feel like it's me. I feel like I was too much. I fell hard for this guy, and I guess I feel *****y because I invested a lot of my happiness in him (BIG ****ING MISTAKE).

    It's been a long time since my last episode depression-wise, but I feel like this will cause a relapse.


    So yeah guys. Cheer me up, please. Take my mind off of this. Or just AMA. Anything, really.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zkXf4UT3nwM
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    I've recently gone through a breakup as well (it was about a week and a half ago) and this is coming out of a relationship of about two years. I can empathize with how you're feeling OP It sucks completely. Over time it does get better though, I'm starting to feel slightly better, still upset, but better. I'm sure you're lovely and when you're ready any guy will jump at the chance to be with you

    Chin up, binge watch TV and eat all the food, that's what I'm doing :laugh:
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    (Original post by TheReckless)
    **This was my first official relationship in my life (I'm 22, but I was raised religiously and so this was my first).**

    My boyfriend of 1 year (not a long time, Im aware, but long enough) just dumped me via a phone call after a few days of ignoring my texts/calls.
    He said hes been going through a lot, personally and financially, and wants to deal with it how he's always dealt with it - alone. He promised it was just a break, but I know he finds the commitment too much.

    I was alright with it up until the call ended. I've been embarrassingly crying since (for the past half hour). I'm really upset (expectedly) and angry, because I really grew fond of this guy. I'm in love with him.

    I thought he was in love with me too (he told me he loved me first), and he's kept saying "I love you" constantly, even last week, which makes me mad because how could one go from "I love you" to "We need a break" in the span of a week?

    I just feel like it's me. I feel like I was too much. I fell hard for this guy, and I guess I feel *****y because I invested a lot of my happiness in him (BIG ****ING MISTAKE).

    It's been a long time since my last episode depression-wise, but I feel like this will cause a relapse.


    So yeah guys. Cheer me up, please. Take my mind off of this. Or just AMA. Anything, really.
    Hope this helps!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZR_X6PrASho
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    Why do you think you were too much?
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    Keep smiling.
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    (Original post by TheReckless)
    I know he finds the commitment too much
    May seem harsh but the intent is constructive: learn from this remarkable failure of judgement/prescience

    he told me he loved me first
    Again, you're smart/mature enough to know better than to judge men by the things they say and take them as gospel

    how could one go from "I love you" to "We need a break" in the span of a week?
    Perhaps he has a personality disorder, or else is a juvenile delinquent :dontknow:

    It's been a long time since my last episode depression-wise, but I feel like this will cause a relapse
    What kind of passive language is this? You have agency girl! I strongly encourage you to take ownership of your relationships and understand that you have a choice in your practical, and psychological, responses to related dynamics. Hope this helps:

    Related article: Bouncing Back from a Break-up / Moving On from a Relationship
 
 
 
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