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    my friend needs to do something to stop being miserable over a girl who left him, I'm trying to get ideas
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    I usually cry until I fall asleep and then wake up and repeat
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    I can't it basically ends my life with sadness.
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    I focus on myself. Thanks to one of my ex's now I'm built like an Adonis.
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    I imagine a tiger who protects me from all the bad thoughts. It's weird; but imagine the sadness being fought off by the best things about yourself and who you want to be. It doesn't help completely but it stops the worst bits for me
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    my friend needs to do something to stop being miserable over a girl who left him, I'm trying to get ideas
    Play games, watch movies, watch series.

    Anything that forces you to think on what you're watching/playing is less time thinking about whatever causes pain thus he'll end up being less miserable. Play some online games with him.
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    (Original post by _princessxox)
    I usually cry until I fall asleep and then wake up and repeat
    😂 that's a lot of crying

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    I can't it basically ends my life with sadness.
    That's real sad

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    I like these responses 😂
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    I focus on myself. Thanks to one of my ex's now I'm built like an Adonis.
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    How could I encourage him to go to the gym instead of being shut in his room all day
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    I imagine a tiger who protects me from all the bad thoughts. It's weird; but imagine the sadness being fought off by the best things about yourself and who you want to be. It doesn't help completely but it stops the worst bits for me
    Awh x

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    Play games, watch movies, watch series.


    Anything that forces you to think on what you're watching/playing is less time thinking about whatever causes pain thus he'll end up being less miserable. Play some online games with him.
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    How could I encourage him to go to the gym instead of being shut in his room all day
    You can't. It comes from within.
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    (Original post by shameful_burrito)
    You can't. It comes from within.
    He used to go to the gym A LOT I'm talking 30 ish hours a week. His then girlfriend put a stop to it, she wanted more time for dates, and he's not as built as he was before. Now she's broken up with him as she doesn't feel as attracted to him (he's at least a 8 and she's a 7 at most) I want him to get back into fitness so she regrets leaving him, if I bought him new gym clothes & stuff like that could it possibly motivate him ?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    He used to go to the gym A LOT I'm talking 30 ish hours a week. His then girlfriend put a stop to it, she wanted more time for dates, and he's not as built as he was before. Now she's broken up with him as she doesn't feel as attracted to him (he's at least a 8 and she's a 7 at most) I want him to get back into fitness so she regrets leaving him, if I bought him new gym clothes & stuff like that could it possibly motivate him ?
    Sounds like he is an easily manipulated person. If a girl tried stopped me from working out she would be out of my life in seconds:laugh: I think you can motivate him. Maybe try to go to the gym with him, ask him for help with machines,etc idk. It ultimately comes down to him and what his life goals and priorities are.
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    (Original post by shameful_burrito)
    Sounds like he is an easily manipulated person. If a girl tried stopped me from working out she would be out of my life in seconds:laugh: I think you can motivate him. Maybe try to go to the gym with him, ask him for help with machines,etc idk. It ultimately comes down to him and what his life goals and priorities are.
    Thanks that actually sounds like a good idea/starting point
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    He used to go to the gym A LOT I'm talking 30 ish hours a week. His then girlfriend put a stop to it, she wanted more time for dates, and he's not as built as he was before. Now she's broken up with him as she doesn't feel as attracted to him (he's at least a 8 and she's a 7 at most) I want him to get back into fitness so she regrets leaving him, if I bought him new gym clothes & stuff like that could it possibly motivate him ?
    30 hours a week? so he went for 4 hours 7 days a week? :lol:
 
 
 
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