It varies from person to person, some people take much longer then others.. It really depends how you felt about that person, from experience it took me a good 2 months to get over one girl and 2 weeks for another... it really depends how you felt about them and if you see them after the breakup
There IS no set time that it takes to get over the loss of someone. It could take a year, perhaps longer! However, DON'T rush into another relationship to "get over" your ex. This is called a rebound, or being on the rebound and rarely does the new relationship work and it's a momentary distraction. You will still have to grieve one way or the other. In the meantime, try not to isolate yourself--continue to see friends, exercise regularly, eat healthy, and get enough sleep. And DON'T drink! That definitely makes it worse!! Good luck!
When I was young and full of spit and vinegar I met and immediately fell in love with the most beautiful girl I had ever seen. I had it bad. I finally got up the nerve to ask her out. On the way out to the beach my engine blew a rod. :( we had to hitch back to town. By the time I got it fixed she had a new boyfriend. I never got over it.
There isn't a measure of time that can tell us when to stop loving, or stop feeling. There is no rule. The only thing that matters in the end is YOU. How do YOU feel about moving on. Maybe you won't ever move on. Maybe you'll move on tomorrow. The best thing you can do right now, is focus on YOUR life. Don't waste your time trying to get over a guy/girl because the truth is; nothing can speed the process.
Not very long. If you do not have a very special feeling for the (boy/girl) person, you get over it about after a week. That counts very little for feelings. But if you have very special feelings for them it will be a little problem because you will get over it after a month. (Advice for the ladies.)
the first thing you must do Stop trying to get back together."the worst thing to learn is that you cAN/'T STOP thinking of someone that doesn't remember you''* accept the fact that your partner doesn't want you any more.
midnitehawk justice is blind but could see in the dark *m Sanchez 17 yr old
you never really do get over someone that you've loved whole heartedly...you just have to think of yourself...you have to do what's best for yourself....moving on is always hard but it's a must to survive....cus when the time comes when you find someone new to love it's going to be all that much better...good luck....hope you get through it....
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People get into relationships for many different reasons and this is a very important factor for the question at hand. Were you in the relationship just to avoid being lonely? Or did you feel a connection with them and genuinely love them as a person?
For the people who genuinely loved everything about the other person and did not want it to end, of coarse it's going to take a long long time to move on with your life. If you were rejected by someone whom you loved deeply, you will go through the same mourning process that people go through when a loved one dies. It is a tragic loss in your life and no matter what you do, you know you cannot have them back in your life. You feel like no one on this earth can replace them because no one was as special as them. You feel hurt, embarrassed, angry, rejected, depressed, all at the same time. Once you go through these stages, then maybe you have moved on.
The deeper in love you were, the longer it's gonna take to get over it. So to all you "it only took me a month or two to get over it"....lets face it. You were not in love so don't give people bad advice... you only make them feel bad for taking a longer time to get over a lost love.