You're heartbroken now what?

Philippines
February 14, 2007 11:32pm CST
It's happened to almost everyone - a break-up that's seemingly impossible to recover from. Whether oyu've been together for two months or ten years too long, theres a post relationship limbo you need to survive in order to get on with your life...how is it?
5 responses
@Sailor (1161)
• United States
17 Feb 07
Each situation is different. I would just try to make sure that you take one step at a time and there will be those times that you can still be friends.
@Sailor (1161)
• United States
17 Feb 07
Each situation is different. I would just try to make sure that you take one step at a time and there will be those times that you can still be friends.
• Philippines
15 Feb 07
breaking up is hard, painful, mind-twsiting even. But we have to perceive it as a stage in our life that we have to go through, like we'll meet someone, have a relationship and eventually that relationship will end into a breakup or a marriage. and since it is just a stage, there will come a day wherein we will be able to forget the pain.
@maumbi (2571)
• Indonesia
15 Feb 07
no problem to me, since my girl friend kick me out at april 2006, till now i never think about her or any kind of love maybe hehehe, iam a simple man i think so easy come and easy go.cheers.
@mememama (3076)
• United States
15 Feb 07
I've done it the unhealthy way, I just immediately would jump into another relationship, you know-trade a loser for another loser. The last breakup I had before I met my husband, I focused on myself and my friendships. I'd get a new haircut, exercise, do things I never had time to do when I was in a relationship, go out clubbing with friends, buy mindless reading magazines like Cosmo, and do retail therapy (shopping). It was a bitter pill to swallow-being alone-but being alone is better than being unhappy with some guy.