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It will be easier to move on when you aren't in touch than it would if you were.

Allow yourself to grieve the relationship but not to the exclusion of everything else in your life.Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! you do need to let the hurt, pain and anger out this is a good time to reassess your lifes goals and purposes... but what worked for me was setting short and long term goals..Some forums can only be seen by registered members. but first,,,you need to let go of what you are feeling,,,,the hurt betrayal, etc,,,plan a night, by yourself,,,have a good cry,,, face the hurt head on and let it go,,, if you sift thru the hurt,,,you may find that deep down its fear,,,fear of being alone, insecurities of facing the world by yourself,,, fear of exposure (the crap others may see) so,,,you need a good emotional cleansing....So I am honestly asking, what do you do, quite literally, after a break up? Do you write everything down and cry your heart out or do you just try not to think about it? There is so much grief over him being gone from my life. Also, the not looking in the rearview mirror thing: I like that idea.Heartbreak is a terrible thing to go through and there's no easy way to shut off those feelings. It's hard though as long as you don't want to let that person go.Then I moved out but he kept texting and wanting to meet and it was almost as if we were back together until someone asked him about it and everything spirraled out of control again. I know he is going through a crisis and he is getting help to clean a few things up in his life but I guess I am just collateral damage. What do you do a day or a week after a break-up, when the wounds are still so fresh and the idea of a life without him terrifies you? It feels like all the good that I do, all the caring and supporting and all that is never enough to outweigh my flaws.

During all this time, I was there for him, comforting him taking him in when he felt bad, being the best version of myself and trying to show to him and remind him of what it was he loved about me but now he says he doesn't want any contact anymore. Even though I know, the way he is right now and the problems he has, I am better off without him but this knowledge doesn't help ease the pain. I realize we might never have worked well as a couple but it's as if someone has died. And I know that is typical self-pity and feeling bad about yourself because you've been dumped.Make this "Cesdra's" time, to discover and learn more about who you are and your expectations and goals than you ever did in your life. Actually, he was pretty thoughtless of your feelings. Get something nice and indulge yourself--bubble bath, scented candles. Watch for them to start to grow and tell yourself they are similar to you because you are "beginning" a new life (without him) and you are looking forward to new possibilities as well.Well....could pine over the man....crying your eyes out every day and stay depressed all the time, convincing yourself that your life is over without him. The least amount of time you can spend worrying and dwelling over him, the better for you. I would try to limit the amount of time you allow him to take up space in your mind from here on out. I think it is very important not to get involved with anyone for at least several months. You will feel grief, as you mentioned, then you will prob. Take this time to learn as much as you can about yourself. It will take a long time till you start to forget, but it will gradually happen. Get help from a doctor if you need to.allow yourself a transition time...As long as you're still so afraid to live without them. Either plant new ones in your yard and/or display on your patio and in your home.The "Sign of the Times" singer has even introduced the latter to some of his close friends, including his personal stylist, Lou Teasdale.