I know this is in the wrong forum, but I dont know how many people check the other forums frequently. Feel free to move it after it gets a few replies... Anyway, just got out of a 2 1/2 year relationship with my girlfriend. The past few months have been rough, and the last two weeks have been especially bad. Yesterday, she basically said she hates everything about my personality and who I am - that hurt. I felt no passion or spark between us, so I broke it off today. I feel kind of regretful - we did have many good times and there was a lot of love. However, things happened that should never happen in a relationship. This was my first long relationship, and I've never had to deal with this for more than a week or so. I can imagine how hard it's going to be to move on and forget about things (should I want to forget about her - I dont really want to). I don't want to move on too fast. However, while there were so many good times, I think this is the best thing. I'm in college and have missed out on many experiences being tied down in a relationship. Still, I feel I've made a bad move. Friends tell me that I shouldn't have to deal with all the junk that happened - still I didn't mind and brushed it off when it happened. I need some sort of closure - I would feel weird calling her or asking for my things back. Anyone have any suggestions to ease the pain (besides drinking my troubles away)? Thanks, I appreciate the responses - I need them.
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4/29/04 at 1:18am