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    I'll try and keep this short. So I had been in a short relationship with someone who I really cared for and loved, but I often got stressed over her a lot, simply because she would sometimes just ignore me when ever I tried to talking to her which just made me feel like a failure and it always felt like I was being treated unfairly compared to how she was to every one else, and I'd mostly be stressed or feeling low from not knowing what to say. But anyways she broke up with me, pretty poorly actually, and I probably wouldn't be so bad now if she'd did it better and wasn't so mean and reckless, but here's the problem that I have:

    During GCSE time I still had to see her almost every day and that caused a lot of distress, I'd be feeling down simply because I had to see her, someone that was just so horrible to me and it affected my concentration and how long I could revise for (I spent 2 hours revising for a biology exam and broke down completely, without my control) but I ended up doing quite well in my GCSEs but from my perspective, it was only a fraction of what I could have achieved if I never went out with her. The problem is now, the same problems happening during those exams are happening for my A-levels!!! I'm trying to revise for long periods of time and getting work done like past paper questions between like an hour and a half or two hours like I usually did before but then my mind just wanders off thinking about her and my concentration drops down a lot. I end up getting no work done at all and just lie their motionless, not being able to get anything done. It's like I'm trying to do something really well but then she's in the back of mind stopping me from doing it. It's like a mental blockage and I need help! I'm over her, I'm pretty sure I don't have any feelings for her I just need to get her out of my head so that I can carry on with my A-levels and if I cant then I am very much more likely to fail my A-levels and less likely to succeed.

    Any help is really much appreciated
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    maybe try talking to her about how you feel, it seems counterintuitive but it could give you some closure.
    hope this helped, good luck
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    (Original post by taylorsails)
    maybe try talking to her about how you feel, it seems counterintuitive but it could give you some closure.
    hope this helped, good luck
    Thank you, I would like to try that, just have to figure out how, hopefully it works
 
 
 
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