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Author: carrollhodge Subject: move on to another person
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posted on 04-07-2011 at 12:10 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
move on to another person

in my experience the best way to get over a relationship that ended is to meet someone new, some people will tell you not to do that or not to do that too soon but I think its the best way to get your mind off of that person. you get to have a fun new relationship with someone new and it makes you stop thinking about the person who dumped you
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posted on 05-30-2011 at 04:11 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
Composed Yourself

I think that you must composed yourself after the breakup and reflect to what aspect did you have done wrong. learn from it and then move on.
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posted on 07-14-2011 at 16:02 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
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'in my experience the best way to get over a relationship that ended is to meet someone new, some people will tell you not to do that or not to do that too soon but I think its the best way to get your mind off of that person. you get to have a fun new relationship with someone new and it makes you stop thinking about the person who dumped you'


Honestly, that to me is not very great advice. That's like saying, work hard and you'll earn a million dollars. What people are looking for are helpful step by step ways to cope with these types of things. You give the end result, but people need to learn how to get there.
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posted on 07-20-2012 at 11:31 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
okay then..

You are right, but do you ahve any advice then?
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Go get some STRANGE!

My 1st lesbian love affair was so wonderful for 2 years but ended like a knife in my heart. Divorcing my husband of 22 years was nothing compared to loosing the 1st woman I ever loved physically emotionally and spiritually. I really thought we would never end our beautiful relationship because it had all the tenderness and trust, sweet joys and giggles under the bed sheets, just EVERYTHING that a deep love could ever bring. But I caught her cheating and it turned out she had cheated not once or twice but CONTINUALLY throughout the whole relationship and I was fucking DEVESTATED! But I wasn't a weak 20 something when it happened I was a strong woman business owner and I didn't even CONSIDER laying down and crying but got up and went out immediately to find what my daughters refer to as "strange". I found it and I ate it up and threw it back in my ex lover's face so she could not ever think I was lesser than her cheating ways while all I had done was be faithful and loving to her.

I don't have a stead relationship with any special lady yet and maybe never will again but I can tell you one thing and that is I have my pride and daughters and my business and life is not so bad really. So kisses to everyone and remember to get back up and go find another woman even if she is not "the one".
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