(Closed) Broken engagement.

posted 6 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
211 posts
Helper bee

@Titania26:  Hugs! There is nothing wrong with you for wanting all those things!  Unfortunately, sometimes the things we want in life don’t come as fast as we would like.  If it is really eating at you I suggest talking to a counsellor.

Post # 4
317 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

Breakups suck! Maybe you just need a little more time before you get back out in the dating world.

I think you just haven’t met the right man yet. If it makes you feel any better, I didn’t meet my husband until I was 29!

Post # 5
505 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2013

Heey lady, don’t feel sad. First of all, I’m sorry youre going thru this, 2nd im so glad you’re not back with your ex (& please DON’T) cuz he’s a freakin D!ck okay?! He probably “called it off” cuz he met someone and that’s why he’s so fresh like nothing happened while you’re suffering.. Seriously, I hate guys like that, they’re not even worth a tear.

 About the guy ur dating, the divorcee,. Do you happen to know why diit his marriage failed? Cuz maybe that will give u a hint of what’s going through his mind about marriage.. And I’m SURE you won’t be forever alone girly, I like to think we all have a “someone” to complete us.. So yours might be having a hard time looking for you  too okay? Don’t over think this cuz it will lead you to depression.. Try to get a hobbie and if you don’t feel like dating, don’t date. Love will come by itself you don’t have to rush, try to use this time to know yourselfsand try to find what is what you’re looking for. You dont need a guy to be happy. A guy is just your company through your journey of life, NOT your life itself. 

FeeL free to pm if u feel down, good luck lady!:)

Post # 6
1686 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

What you’re going through is completely normal. You had certain expectations for your future, and you’re adjusting to a massive change in that future. And going from “gonna marry this guy” to “single and looking” can take longer than a couple months.

It’s good that you’re dating again. And I think you should be up front with this guy, and let him know that your broken engagement is still too recent and him joking about marriage really hurts you. (If he’s worth continuing to see, he’ll stop.) 

You *will* meet someone who will be right for you. It might not be the guy you’re seeiing now. It might not be the next one. But it will happen. You just have to relax and enjoy the ride until it does.  

Post # 7
236 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

Hang in there.  e clearly is not the one for you and you and deserve better.  If any thing, it is probably better to know that he doesn’t love you as much as you love him now instead of finding out after the wedding.  On another note; don’t ever think that something is wrong with you for wanting something as legitimate,traditional, and natural as marriage.  There are men out there who literally cannot wait to meet their future wife and mother of their children- I’ve met plenty! I hope you will soon 🙂

Post # 8
255 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2014

Read “Act like a lady, think like a man” by Steve Harvey.

It’s funny (the guy’s a comedian) but it’s also a frank, candid and honest way to approach any relationship. I always just thought if I was an awesome Girlfriend that the man I was with would step up and put a ring on it. This book opened my eyes to the reality of how wrong that idea was!

Steve puts into perspective what I wanted out of my relatonships and taugh me how to ask for it. The next guy that I met that started looking promising for long term growth, I told him straight up what I was looking for and he rose to the challenge. I’ll be marrying him in a little over a year! 

Seriously…get the book!


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