You're right! Everyone I know is going to mock me for years about th... oh, wait... TSR uses aliases; now I remember. Looks like there'll be no repercussions at all then.(Original post by Chandra)
That's extremely sad, what you've just told, that's an embarassing story, you know.
PS. Love how you've managed to accumulate at least 11 points of neg rep in 8 posts
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My boyfriend said he doesn't love me anymore watch
- 23-03-2011 20:06
(Original post by Chandra)
- 23-03-2011 20:09
look, hun, the only thing you can do at the moment is to kill yourself.
That's a bad joke, sorry.
Actually, your ex-boyfirend sucks, anyway. Fix it in ur mind: HE WAS A COMPLETE ****.
Because otherwise he wouldn't have treated you like that.
Understand one simple thing - men are nothing, they're 2nd sort people, they exist to protect women and to make'em kids. (Because until recently a woman would not get pregnant withoud being ****ed, sorry, but that's true, basically). Now women do not depend on men, at all.
And you must be a complete dumbo to make a tragedy of this. One ****ing freak is out of ur life, ain't it cool?
I added to it by the way.
- 23-03-2011 20:36
- 23-03-2011 23:21
- 23-03-2011 23:25
I'd suggest, don't even try being friends. Even if you fully over him. I'm saying this out of experience. And Sorry about what has happened I guess times like that, just happen, and you can't do anything about it.
My suggestion would be; talk about your problems with a close friend or, write it out? And just spend quality time with your friends and family, and keep yourself busy. Also maybe take up a hobby or sport or a job? It may help too
(Original post by Anonymous)
- 23-03-2011 23:28
And then broke up with me. I still love him- we were having some problems, but I didn't think they were this serious.I understand that relationships end (particularly when you're 18), and I know in time I'll find someone else, but can anyone suggest something I can do to cheer myself up?
I'm really sad, he's my best friend too and I doubt things are going to be right for a long time
I personally found engaging in a new activity helped as it takes your mind off things and you can get to know new people. As humble_bumble said, spend quality time with your friends and family. The point is you need to make yourself realise you are fully capable of moving on and do not need that person in your life.
I am not going to lie it is not a walk in the park but you will get there :-)Last edited by undermyskin; 23-03-2011 at 23:31.