What will you do if you are dumped by your bf/gf?
August 28, 2009 4:23am CST
If it is me,I guess I will listen to some sort of rock music to forget him.Or watch some comedies.And then I will delete everything about him.let him disappear in my daily life.I know it's childish but actually I just did~ Because he didn't treat me well while we were in the relationship.but sometimes I just can't control myself to stop thinking of him.I do do want to forget him.But how? who can help me?thanks!
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28 Aug 09
Well I have been married for 9 years, so its been a long time since I have been dumped. However I would too listen to music or watch movies to try to get my mind off of the sadness. However if he didn't treat you well, then you should be more happy than sad. Try concentrating on getting yourself involved in an activity that takes up your time. I would turn to God, then pray that he would take the sadness away and fill it with the joy of the Lord. As far as getting back to dating, we all know that once you get out of a relationship, it's wrong to jump right into another one, they are rebound relationships and 9 times out of 10 they don't last. So hope you start feeling better soon, talking out your feelings is a good way to recovery too. Surround yourself with LOVE!
29 Aug 09
i will not do anything harsh.. nor will i sulk... i will neither be angry, nor forgiving... haha i think i will just move on.. maybe slowly and just be myself again.. i will give myself more importance and that sure will make me bounce back to life. :)
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28 Aug 09
Habits are hard to break. I would just say, "See ya, I wouldn't want to be ya!" I would just call it another step on the way the One that will "stay and not play games behind me". Just another oasis on the way to my promised land of the real thing. If you learn from it and grow, then each new one you meet is better than the last one; that's my experience. A teacher once said, "The level of your being attracts your life." Most don't grow; they just keep spinning round the same circle attracting and being attracted to the same type over and over again. Some people never learn, never grow; they just adapt.