First, remember that how that person feels about you says more about them then about you. Then think about the kind of person you are and what you can do to be your best person. Over time you'll attract more people with whom you share balanced feelings about each other.
I would cry until I couldn't cry anymore and then try real hard to put my big girl panties on and move on. That's the only thing to do. People can be cruel and there's nothing you can do about it. Since I'm older, I've gone through this more times than I care to remember. But I made it and found people who really DID care and finally came to realize I didn't need that person in my life afterall. BTW, I'm so sorry for your loss. I know how badly that hurts.
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Phlorence_602. The best advice I can give you is move on. " On to the next one" I don't see why someone would do that that's sort of a jerk move . If they did that they didn't care about you in the first place so should it really come as a surprise . Don't listen to sad love songs or sit around watching romantic or sad movies and defiantly do not sit around and wallow in self pity. This should not be a deterrent to date it should be a lesson keep looking in the sea of jerks and players there are some good guys out there that actually want you for the right reasons.
I would stay out of that individual's life and with him staying out of my life, hoping that one day they'll find someone they think is important. But, I don't ever automatically think I'm important to an individual unless its my family. They're the ones that guarantee me that I'm important to them.
Don't waste another second of your time or energy on them. I had it happen to me when I took a homeless family in & became an extended family nanna to the two daughters. Then when they moved out 3 months later the mother decided the $250 she had boweowed off me & owed me didn't need paying back. That hurt emotionally & I have vowed never to help the family again. You live & learn.
Don't lose your friends just because the relationship is slightly unbalanced. Most relationships are. Someone always has more time, more money, more affection, less distractions. But if he/she is unable to react well to challenge, you will need to assess if you are getting enough out of the relationship to continue. You may feel disappointed but it shows your expectations were getting ahead of reality. Some guys take time to come to the realization their woman is the best thing to happen to them, and it's scary to realize.