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post #91 of 131
Serious?! sorry, first time I seen it. How did it all work out?
post #92 of 131
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Originally Posted by VMan View Post
i think this thread needs to die now it has been like four years
it's all part of your healing process man.
post #93 of 131
Emperor's Club. They need a replacement for Client #9.
post #94 of 131
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I Anyone have any suggestions to ease the pain (besides drinking my troubles away)? Thanks, I appreciate the responses - I need them.

Well, go rent the old classic movie "Of Human Bondage" and watch it a few times.

Other than that, don't mind feeling bad. It's part of life, and it goes away after a while (and like mosquito bites, the more you scratch at it, the longer it lasts.)
post #95 of 131
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For example my list:

the smell of cut grass

sleeping in on a summers morning

tucked in bed and watching a film on a winters night (preferably a spooky one)

a Thai curry

armchair travelling

Haagen Dasz Pralines & Cream

The trailers before a film in West India Quay cinema

sunbathing in a park

Coming out the hotel in a new city and having the complete freedom to choose where/ what now...


... think about it, what's your list?

Are you VMan's ex-girlfriend?


From four years ago?
post #96 of 131
I think we have all been in a situation like that. What worked for me was sports, going out with friends, etc. Just being active and you should feel better after a while.
post #97 of 131
soooooooo....VMan.....feeling better yet?
post #98 of 131
Viva la thread!!!!

Wounds only stay wounds if you reopen them every once in a while.

Otherwise they heal into scars, and scars are too cool for doodz that talk about clothes on the interwebz.

K
post #99 of 131
the old line comes to mind, ' the best way to get over someone..... is to get under someone'
post #100 of 131
after a mere four years, I am just not sure he is ready for that.
post #101 of 131
I haven't sorted through all the responses here, but I'd suggest learning how to play an instrument. I did this a few years back. If you don't want to talk to anybody or just hole yourself up, it's great. It really makes you think about something else while you're learning, and once you've gone a bit into it you can express yourself through how you play. It was a great therapy for me, and I still use it for dealing with everyday problems.
post #102 of 131
I think the quote "Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened" could be appropriate
post #103 of 131
Women are peculiar. You can't live with 'em, and they can't pee standing up.
post #104 of 131
One word: lapdance.

(Although you may need more than one.)
post #105 of 131
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soooooooo....VMan.....feeling better yet?
Yeah, really. Are you finally ready to move on now?
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