How can you Moved on?

July 11, 2008 6:37am CST
When your girlfreind/boyfriend breaks you up, what's the best way to move on when everything is still so fresh and you still love her/him?
4 responses
@bea_29 (321)
• Philippines
11 Jul 08
wow.. i was in that situation 3 years ago. its very difficult to move on during that time. i do still love him as he is to me as claimed by him but then i have to cut the ties for his infidelities. i love him but i cant stand him being a womanizer. its a torture for me. for the first 2 months i just cried and cried buckets of tears. i have to ask for a 10 days leave from my work just to regain composure. after 2 months i told myself that he should not be the hindrance of living again. with my prayers and my friends i was able to regain my strength to move agin. live the life as if nothing happens. i believe that my will to be successful in my choosen career really pushed me to live again..
11 Jul 08
nice one... good for you that you recovered...
@kingcrapper (1538)
• United States
11 Jul 08
I can sypathize with this situation because my wife is thinking about actually leaving me and I still love her as much as I ever have. The thing that really helps me is the idea that it really isn't up to me so I have to take whatever desision in stride. I also play with the idea that there will be some benefits to moving out and starting all over including meeting new people and being able to travel more. I also have faith. I know God does not allow anything to happen greater than my ability to handle and he is in control. Hope this helps your situation.
11 Jul 08
thanks for the sharing...
• Bahamas
11 Jul 08
The breakup of a relationship is never easy,and especially so if you still love the person. The first thing one can do is come to grips with the fact that it's really over, and therefore out of your hands. Keep busy , because if you dont you'll be caught in a rut, and always know that it's not the end of the world there'll be someone else to love, and who will love you. Put away blame, and learn from the experience, and just try to move on and allow your heart to heal. Life goes on and you can either move with it, or allow yourself to become bitter, i think to move on is more beneficial.
@lyzabelle (1668)
• Philippines
11 Jul 08
I think there's no best way to move on rather than accept the hard truth that you are rejected. Others would go partying,drinking and other things to take away the pain. Some would hastily find a replacement. All the above methods to forget is wrong. The best way is to slowly console yourself everyday that life must go on no matter what. Don't deny the pain. The sooner you accepted the awful truth. The faster you can get up and bouncing back in life. After all love is like that. You enjoy some, you can be hurt anytime.