Most definitely! Time is your best friend in the moment you dont EVER feel like you can get over it. And then you look back and try to remember the pain..and it#039;s jus not there anymore even for some reason you still want it to be there. Time is great. Hold out. Stay distracted. And focus on something else let time do what it does. :)
Even though you may not feel like it just go out.Start out as friends! Don't try to get romantically involved but try to just go through the motions and before you know it you won't be just going through the motions anymore you will actually be back into actively dating again. Be careful who you choose, try to ask some of your good friends if they know any"good, decent and kind guys" Sometimes our judgement can be "a bit off" after we get hurt so we may tend to find guys who don't treat us well.Be careful and good luck. Things will get better I promise. Remember, we rarely meet the guys we are meant to spend the rest of our lives with when we are so young.
The pain will absolutely go away. Try to occupy your mind with personal interests that you have. Your job, school, family, and your friends. Focus on enjoying things in your life. Do your best to remain positive about the future and great things will surely come your way.
Any relationship is hard to move on from, but on a positive note each day it does get a little bit easier in time. Just try to look to do things that occupy your time, and surround yourself with people who love and support you unconditionally. Things happen for a reason but at the same time there is a reason for the end of a relationship. Its just God's way of saying that he is preparing you for the perfect partner. I know its hard at times but everything will work itself out. Always try to stay positive. Sometimes it takes ALOT longer than some people to find your soulmate. Be patient even if its 5 years from know when your with the right person you will know. Always have faith in yourself and things will get better.. Good luck!
Yes the pain goes away. Don't dwell on the past. If he felt the same about you as you feel about him, you 2 would still be together. The last thing you want to be in is a one way relationship that leads to nowhere. You will meet many people in your life, some just friends and others with more meaning, but I assure you there is someone that you will meet that will have the same feelings towards you as you will have towards them. That will be a meaningful relationship that will stand the test of time. Believe me when I say this, as I had my heart broken several times in the past. One time even lead to a 6 month marriage. I just happened to meet my wife of 25 years through a friend and we still have the same feelings for each other since the day we met.
Don't give up, just move on. Here's an old Marine Corps saying: adapt and overcome. Now go out and find another boyfriend, the next one may be the one for you.
First, I am very sorry about this. Breakups can be so hard. It will go away, but it can take lots of time. Until then, try not to dwell on it, and remember, if he was the perfect guy for you, than he wouldn't have broken up with you or vice versa. You'll find the perfect someone someday, but try to just keep busy. There more you don't think about it, the easier it will be to heal.