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Game Over- just experience my first break up watch

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    I expirienced it too, tommorow it will be a month since it happened... :rolleyes:

    We were together for 9 months, she broke up with me... I was not expecting it all :rolleyes:

    Well she said that she doesn't love me anymore and she doesn't want a responsibility for the relationship yet...

    We had strong connection and it is broken now... she treats me like an air, she avoids me as much as she can. I can't believe is the same person who I used to trust with my life, share the feelings, and spreading love.

    It just hurts so much when I see her and I can't speak to her, hug her or make her these little innocent smiles

    I'm probably the least important thing for her now...

    I can't get over it all, it is just a shock, a punch on the face without a warning

    Oh well, live
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    Awww
    -hugs-
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    (Original post by rjtrader)
    I was with my girlfriend for two years. She was my first love, first hugh, first everything. Everything was going great, we had such a strong connection and also their for eachother. Then one day she randomly decides to end it. It hurts so much, I had so much trust in us but i know its a lesson learnt. I wish i experienced this pain a bit earlier in mylife, rather then in final year of uni. Its kinda affecting my studies as i cant be bothered to do work these days. Its been like 3 weeks now since the split but im slowly pulling myself back together. Its a lesson learnt and I will never love like a fool again

    Thank you for reading my sad story, lol

    Take care
    Unlucky mate, happened to me too, it's a bit of a killer really but "I will never love like a fool again" is definitely a good shout. I have no tips in getting over it apart from just getting on with it, but I feel for you
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    (Original post by loafer)
    judging from the title you play too many video games
    Brilliant response!
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    Game over?

    http://img84.imageshack.us/img84/2492/continuesox8.jpg

    In real life you have infinite continues
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    (Original post by Stu Laverty)
    In which case he's a geek.
    That and it being one of the more testosterone filled films out there...
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    (Original post by MagneticMeteor)
    I expirienced it too, tommorow it will be a month since it happened... :rolleyes:

    We were together for 9 months, she broke up with me... I was not expecting it all :rolleyes:

    Well she said that she doesn't love me anymore and she doesn't want a responsibility for the relationship yet...

    We had strong connection and it is broken now... she treats me like an air, she avoids me as much as she can. I can't believe is the same person who I used to trust with my life, share the feelings, and spreading love.

    It just hurts so much when I see her and I can't speak to her, hug her or make her these little innocent smiles
    Thats almost to the word, how my situation is.
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    (Original post by rjtrader)
    I was with my girlfriend for two years. She was my first love, first hugh, first everything. Everything was going great, we had such a strong connection and also their for eachother. Then one day she randomly decides to end it. It hurts so much, I had so much trust in us but i know its a lesson learnt. I wish i experienced this pain a bit earlier in mylife, rather then in final year of uni. Its kinda affecting my studies as i cant be bothered to do work these days. Its been like 3 weeks now since the split but im slowly pulling myself back together. Its a lesson learnt and I will never love like a fool again

    Thank you for reading my sad story, lol

    Take care
    Yeah, this happened to me 2.5 years ago. Pretty much like you describe it, honestly. It was out of the blue. I'm still single.

    Me and my ex haven't REALLY talked in the past 2.5 years and I'm still not over it.

    Don't really know what to say to help you mate, but yeah, it ******* hurts.
 
 
 
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