Post # 1
hi bees ! its been awhile ,, i miss you guys ..
finally, thank god, i tried to moved on and found a new job , hoping for a fresh start..
for those bees out there who have been experiencing break ups , trying to move on ,, how long it takes for you ” to not looking back for the pain you’ve got ??
and what stuff keeps you busy to help you forget what happened ??
any advice bees ? thank you..
Post # 3
From my experience… it takes time… and lots of it. I am still in the process of getting over my last break up that happened in July. My problem is that one of us keeps breaking no contact and eventually it puts me back at square one of feeling terrible and alone. I finally blocked him on all social media, email and my phone, and I am feeling a thousand times better. If you are able to have no contact with the person (no shared children), then I suggest that route.
As for keeping myself busy, I put all my energy into my work and spending time with friends and family. I have been planning to travel and hope to make that happen soon… and this is going to sound really dumb lol… but I started watching old episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and I could totally relate and it made me want to be a stronger female. I started working out and taking self defense training because of it. Haha 🙂
Post # 4
@anna_met: (this is if you have 0 contact) It usually took me a month for the daily crying to end. Then another 2-4 weeks before I stopped thinking about him several times a day. I could casually date 4-6 months after the breakup. But there was one guy (who I thought was THE ONE) who it took 2-3 years for me not to think about him wistfully occasionally (and I compared my dates to him). But looking back, I didnt miss him, I missed the idea of him (the perfect person I had made him out to be).
Stay busy and just keep putting one foot in front of the other. It does get better and one day you will meet someone so amazing you’ll look back and wonder why you wasted so many tears on this guy!
Post # 5
@KoiKove: thank you for your sincere word, it made me hope again.. are you married now ?? when you’ve experienced the situation of getting over it , have you ever tried to call him and tell him that you still love him?? coz i resigned and lose my job just for me not to see him anymore coz he is my colleague,, i know its hard losing my job,, but its hard for me to see him daily..
@MissMayhem: i can tell you right now, that you are a strong girl,, coz me until now , i can and trying to get over it but still the pain kicking me.. i tried to be with friends but everywhere i looked , i saw him ,, i do not know ,, thank you for your great advice,, i promise i will try my best to not look back..
Post # 6
@anna_met: The guy I was talking about who took forever to get over was in my early 20’s. We dated on and off from 21-23, then another year of periodic contact where he wanted to be friends but also keep the door open for something (like sex) to happen. It was long and drawn out and just destructive to my heart. It wasnt until I was 26 that I met someone that made me forget about him. But that only lasted 6 months. So I was now thinking about 2 guys. It really sucked. But over the next 2-3 years I dated other guys and slowly it just got better and easier.
I kissed a lot of frogs and had a few more relationships. But I was now in my mid-30’s and was watching friends marry guys who tey loved, but maybe werent the right guy for them. They were panicking about having kids. I promised myself that I would rather be single forever than be in a bad marriage.
So at 38 I made peace with never getting married or having kids. The 2nd guy I met doing online dating, turned out to be Darling Husband. We got married I was 40, he 41. I feel so lucky to be with the most perfect guy for me. I see my friend’s (bad) marriages/divorces and just am sooo grateful that all my other relationships didnt work out.
Use this time to become the best person you can be. Read lots of self-help books, do therapy. The only reason that my marriage is so good is that we both went through some sh*t and we dealt with that sh*t. So we came into this relationship wth baggage, but we had gone through and lighten them as much as possible.
It does get better and your heart will get stronger.
Post # 7
OP, i wish you a lot of strength. Put your energy towards a new job, new hobbies, your favorite people (like friends and family).
Post # 8
@KoiKove: oh my god ! thank you to you, i was actually crying while reading your story ,, i’ve been through a lot as well like yours, all my past relationships didn’t work out and it did crashed my life.. now i am dealing with breast surgery and its so painful for me to think that i do not have someone to lean on , and facing problems with my health..
i am so grateful talking to you and i am so happy for you… i hope that i could be as strong as you were…
i found a job but fighting for my worries about my health… its hard to lose my previous job because of him , knowing that moving on is still on the process…
thank you and hoping that i can really cope up with this suffering…god bless you..
@Kili: thank you so much,, i am trying everything, hobbies, keeping myself busy, but its difficult to forget… hopefully i can overcome this pain…
Post # 9
Hi! Myboyfriend of four years (we lived together and are 30 for background) broke up with me at the end of September. I think I am still healing. I had to get my life together and move within three weeks of the breakup. I lost our mutual fur babies and friends. It was crazy, expensive, and traumatic. I was over the thoughts of wanting to get back together within the first few weeks when he began to show his true nasty colors to me. Then I could only think of him with hate, but daily that is easing up. We sometimes have to still communicate and through text and I work hard to swallow my pride and be pleasant even though I know he doesn’t deserve my kindness. So… It’s been a little over two months. I’m thinking of starting to try dating. Probably online dating. Just for fun. Nothing serious. In the meantime I’ve been spending a lot of time with my family. I joined a new book club and I keep trying to meet new people. My life doesn’t have to suck because he’s not in it anymore! My life will just continue to get better!