Get It Out
Before you can even begin to bounce back, you need to be positive — this means ridding your life of all negative aspects and influences. Let go of stress tied to over-thinking everything. Clear your head, put thoughts to paper - or better yet, say what you've always wanted to say to your ex by emailing us instead at the MyEx Mailbox (email@example.com ). Remove the remains of the past relationship. Don't turn to vices, don't rebound, don't have any regrets. Read more about all four phases in our Believe section. Find out more
- 02 May 2010
- Posted by deerpark243
I had been going with my girlfriend for 4 years almost to the day. She came over, like she would normally for a visit. But at the door she was crying her eyes out, embracing me almost as hard as she could. I thought her dad died. She came in sobbing and sat down and said "I don't know how it happened" but I met someone else. She kept saying "it just happened"(right). Well it totally blind sided me, so I started crying. She was only there to tell me this because I had told her if she even thought of going out with another person that she should tell me....well she did. That was about 3 weeks ago. I'm at a stage where I'm consumed by it the breakup. Everything reminds me of what we use to do ( I did get rid of all the things that reminded me of her). But on TV when I saw love making scenes I will automatically think of her being with him....and that I think is the worst part of all this because (sexual) intimacy is the most important thing for me. I'm a retired paper mill worker but I'm also a photographer. So i try to to do positive things but I'm so clinically depressed I can hardly do anything. That's about where I'm at now.