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How to stop thinking about them.... watch

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    This is a bit random.

    But had a messy break up in december. been with the guy 4 years.
    loved him alot. still love him. amongst the anger haha.

    he told me he made a mistake and he recently came to visit me.
    (long distance when at uni)
    it was good. talked stuff over etc.

    now we have work it's our last year of uni, and exams
    and we both said we'd make proper decision when its summer.

    but I hate the lack of contact (we've not spoken much since) and it makes me doubt it all.
    and I know I should be focussing on work, but I have to say I like the distraction of having someone to think about.

    I hate how pathetic I am being. I think it's mostly because atm all I do is uni work or practical things because it's the end of term.

    But how do you keep your mind off it? when there is so little else distractions.

    BAH just a rant really. I wish I could just delete him from my memory :P
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    Yea i'm the same, thinking about them is the worse part. All you can do is carry on with life. =]
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    Best way to get over someone is to get under someone else :sexface:
 
 
 
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