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    Obviously you don't want to be depressed any longer. How have you coped in the past eight months, do you still study (and therefore did you try your absolute hardest during your exams)? Now it's summer, it's time to find yourself a part time job before you return to study - if that doesn't happen, just go to lots of places where you can meet people (but don't jump straight into another relationship, it's better to be comfortable with who you are first)
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    (Original post by halliethestudent)
    I purposely haven't jumped into a new relationship because I wanted to learn to be happy on my own first before I did but it's 8 months later and I'm really now questioning if anyone can be truly happy on their own after being in a relationship


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    It's like a vicious circle basically: break up -> not moving on -> wonder why it's taking so long -> decide to move on -> regret that you took so long -> not moving on etc.
    But it's doable. You just have to find some other thing to enjoy. Have you tried reading books, watching films, taking up a new sport or hobby?
 
 
 
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