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    help.
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    Frog leap over them.
    You accept it, delete them out of your life and busy yourself. Confront yourself about it.
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    shank em up and dump their body in a river.
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    With time tbh m8
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    My friend disappeared from all things social media when he broke up with his girlfriend. After about 2 weeks, he said he's completely over her. There's not really anything specific you can do really. But yeah what the person above me said (well some people above me)
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    Find someone to rebound with
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    Yeah, time tbh.

    If it helps, you can think of how boring and bland their personalities are? Try to make them as 2 dimensional as possible, and if that dont work

    (Original post by roadmanchasin£)
    shank em up and dump their body in a river.
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    vodka. lots and lots of vodka
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    It happens over time. It can be painful but you should delete/get rid of everything in your environment that reminds you of him/her. Also once you are ready try to go out and meet someone new who will distract your thoughts or just bond with your current friends. One day you will probably wake up and not think about that person anymore. We all go through this a few times imo.
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    find a good distraction.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Find someone to rebound with
    Don't do this. It ends up hurting another person.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    help.
    I don't think anyone can truly get over someone. You can accept that they are no longer part of your life. But you will probably always get a flashback to the good times you had with that person, probably triggered by the smallest thing. And you might even have a moment where you miss them, and that's ok. But you just continue to live your life. It's difficult, I know that. I did it though, for the better, I still think about him, and get sad that he isn't in my life at all anymore, and I remember the good times, but in the end I'm better off without him in my life, and now I'm genuinely happy, even though I know what I walked away from and could have had.

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    I've read that it takes a year and a half to get over someone, not sure how true this is.
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    (Original post by Unorganisedaf)
    Frog leap over them.
    aw man u beat me to it hahahaha
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    give yourself time, because time is key and its okay to reminisce about the 'good times' but remember you were fine before and you'll be fine after xx
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    Replace them, in time.
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    - Find another person
    - Cut them out of your life and wait

    Those are the only solutions tbh.
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    Time heals - doesn't mean things will be exactly the same for you as before, but as others have said, these are probably just memories more than anything else - the person who you fell in love with some years ago as a youngster might not be anything like they are today or in some years to come.
 
 
 
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