LOGIN  .  SIGNUP   .  SUPPORT 
HOME / MESSAGE BOARDS / GENERAL DISCUSSIONS

General Discussions

Signup   Message Boards Home   Newest Posts   My Favorite Boards   My Threads
Page 1 of 1
Signup or Login to Post
Relationship trouble, any help?
 
captainkirk  posted on Apr 29, 2010 8:53:28 AM - Report post

Current rank: 1 Star. Next Rank at 100 Posts.
Send a message to captainkirk
ELITE
I thought should ask you guys this.

2 or 3 months ago my gf left me coz she said she "just wants to be friends". Now she is with one of my close mates. I dont know weather i do but I think i still love her because I cannot stop thinking about her. I want to ask her if she'd like to get back with me but i kno it will make my friend hate me. Does anyone have any ideas of how i an get her out of my head?

 
QueenNic  posted on Apr 29, 2010 8:58:33 AM - Report post

Current rank: 3 Stars. Next Rank at 4000 Posts.
Send a message to QueenNic
V.I.P.
If you want to move on, try another relationship, or at the very least rebound.
 
Neo7  posted on Apr 29, 2010 9:06:05 AM - Report post

Moderator
Send a message to Neo7
MODERATOR
There really isn't any way to get over it faster than normal. Simply continue going through whatever your day to day schedule is and eventually overtime you'll move on. It sucks and seems like it takes a lot of time, but only time will help with that problem.
 
Darkish  posted on Apr 29, 2010 9:11:57 AM - Report post

Current rank: 4.5 Stars. Next Rank at 20.000 Posts.
Send a message to Darkish
RETIRED MOD
I was in a similar situation not too long ago, however there was no third party involved, just us two. Anyways, what helped for me was I pretty much made myself distant from any emotional ties and I also treated her as a friend would treat a friend, not how someone would treat a girl he likes. Slowly but surely, I was able to get her out of my mind and that painful emotional tie really isn't there anymore. So like Neo said, time will help but you have to make the conscious effort to distant yourself.

And most importantly, if she is interested in someone else after you broke up a few months ago, then don't stress over it. Of course you should tell her how you feel about her but if she doesn't want it to be then you'll devastate yourself in the long run if you lie to yourself.

 
saurabhfzd  posted on Apr 29, 2010 9:47:56 AM - Report post

Current rank: 3 Stars. Next Rank at 4000 Posts.
Send a message to saurabhfzd
ELITE
quote:
originally posted by Neo7

There really isn't any way to get over it faster than normal. Simply continue going through whatever your day to day schedule is and eventually overtime you'll move on. It sucks and seems like it takes a lot of time, but only time will help with that problem.

i agree. there's no easy way out...u just have to grit ur teeth and get through it.

 
Unbreakable  posted on Apr 29, 2010 1:01:32 PM - Report post

Current rank: 2 Stars. Next Rank at 1000 Posts.
Send a message to Unbreakable
ELITE
I know how it feels to be in this same boat. I still don't have the answers. Try hanging out with friends, keeping yourself busy and trying not to think of her. The busier you keep yourself, and the more fun you have doing it, the easier it'll be, and the faster you'll feel better. That's how it worked for me..well, that's how it IS working for me. It's still a work in progress.
Page 1 of 1
  Post Reply
 
All times are (GMT -06:00) Central Time (US & Canada). Current time is 10:47:26 PM