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What Do I Do To Get Over A Relationship

What Do I Do To Get Over A Relationship

I had a boyfriend that I thought was finally the one and he turned out to be not the one. I found out he does drugs and is a womanizer and has p*** addiction. I end up leaving while he was at work. He said that I was wrong for not trying to see if it would change but he always fight against me. Even though I left him still I thought he was the one and I need to get it out of my system how do I go about doing that because I keep thinking about him all the time even though I… read more

A MyDepressionTeam Member said:

Sometimes you can't remove the memories and emotions. Loss of any type requires grief. We all need time to grieve. That action, like losing a loved one to death, is a matter of learning to live with loss. Not just writing it off. And subjective shame or guilt for comparing our loss to personal failure, is accepting anothers disrespect for our feelings and emotions. We must not accept that from a person we have emotions for. Boundaries are our best offensive action. Forgiveness is our freedom. Be free dear friend. You are worth much better. - JH

posted 12 months ago
A MyDepressionTeam Member said:

Hi i had the same thing happen to me i was marrried for 12 years she cheated on me and left to a different state. Its been almost 3 years and it does get easier but i was so in love wuth her and nobody knows it but me.All my friends and family hates her what she did to me. What help me out i thought what the other person did to you and doesnt care about you instead of the goodtimes will you like to talk more

posted 12 months ago
A MyDepressionTeam Member said:

That’s a tough one. If you know he’s bad for you and the relationship will never last. You just take baby steps. Of course you are going to remember the good times. His addiction is something he needs to get help for. He has to want to get help. It’s difficult I had the same situation.

posted 11 months ago
A MyDepressionTeam Member said:

Thanks 😊

posted 11 months ago
A MyDepressionTeam Member said:

I feel where you are coming from. I just left a 10 year relationship. We still talk. I just can't bring myself to cut all ties with her. I miss her granddaughter whom I helped raise more than anything. I still haven't cut the lights off in my name and I still pay the phone bill in her name.

posted 12 months ago
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