I feel so silly since we were only together a few months. But this was at uni and we were living 5 seconds from each other in halls so the relationship ŵas intense and moved quickly.
It was such a nice and loving relationship and I really did think it would work long term. Which is why when he ended it the day before we both went home for summer, telling me he did not think it would work over the summer, I was surprised and upset.
He seemed upset too; he cried, grabbed me and kissed me passionately on the lips twice. Which made me ask him if he was sure, and he told me that he was.
It was so sudden and and even now he's always in my dreams and the first thing I think of when I awake.
A month post break-up, all i can think about is him..... Watch
- Thread Starter
- 09-07-2016 11:51
- 09-07-2016 13:05
I think breakup in the honeymoon period of a relationship can sometimes be worse, because there is still such heady emotion around and it's really difficult to understand why the other person doesn't want it to continue. I've been there. It's still completely normal to feel very sad and wistful a month on. I think it takes around a year to get over an intense relationship and even then at times you reflect back and feel sad. No easy answer but friends, music, alcohol, new pursuits and new love are what I have found works best. Good luck.