Please give me some advice on what more I can do to move on? I have been seeing my friends and family, going out, I have even tried dating, I have taken care of my appearance and taken up new hobbies, I have taken my ex and his friends/family off my social media and blocked myself from communication with him. Nothing is helping and I do not want to feel like this anymore, I miss him all the time and think about him constantly because we did so much together and were really close for 7 months.

Ok, I want you to imagine the Hot/Crazy Scale without the Hot aspect embedded within. In other words, it doesn’t matter how “hot” you are. If you are crazy then you are simply going to be looked at as crazy and there is absolutely nothing you can do about it.

The thought of your ex being with someone else is a gut wrenching one. But in reality, it’s not as bad as we make it out to be. We will get into that later, but first, let’s take a look at how your instincts react when you find out your ex is dating someone else.

If he met her during your relationship then she’s more of a grass is greener..you can still try the advice above and see if it will work.. Of ot doesn’t, then at least you did the right way of trying to get him back before moving on

In this section I am going to give you a game plan that you can follow to get over your ex in a healthy way. You already know what not to do so avoiding those behaviors will help you a lot but it’s really not enough, you need more. This section is that “more.”

“The first thing a girl needs to do is step back from the situation and realize why she isn’t with her boyfriend anymore. If it was because she was being too clingy, obviously she shouldn’t call and Facebook him 20 times a day. Once she understands why she’s not with him anymore, she should let him know she’s working on it and try to mend things slowly. Things won’t happen overnight, so don’t rush.”

Let him see how you’ve changed. As you start hanging out maybe once, or twice a week, let him see that whatever quality he didn’t like about you or your relationship is no longer there. If he thought you never listened to him, give him a chance to talk more. If he thought you were too clingy, let him see how independent you’ve become.

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The only way to truly gain the benefits of the no contact rule is to follow it all the way through. That means that if you broke the no contact rule, the only thing to be done is to start the no contact period over again.

Every breakup has a surface reason and a real reason. The surface reason might be that he couldn’t commit, but the underlying reason might be that there were too many deeply-rooted incompatibilities and two people who just weren’t equipped to meet in the middle. Maybe he cheated and that’s why it ended, but beneath that, there is more to the story. There is more that led up to what he did.

In any of the case do remember that like making a relationship survive is activity or work of two individuals, similarly the act of destroying it is also being shared by both. So that is why do not let your emotions overcome your thinking capability and then thinking of yourself as the sole responsible of problem is the last thing you want to do. Believe me!

Use your breakup as motivation to better yourself. Use it as a way to become a better person. My goal for you is that down the road in a couple of years you look back on your relationship with this person and say “Because of him and what he did to me I became a better person. That was the best relationship I ever had.”

If a girl understands your bullshit, sticks around through all your mistakes, and smiles even though you’ve done nothing for her. Then it’s obvious she’s a keeper, but it’s also obvious you don’t deserve her.

Remove everything about her/him, on your phone or maybe in your room, if you haven’t done that already. Keep your mind busy, and remember, sometimes i takes way longer to get over a breakup than you think. Good luck! 🙂

My back is bad and I started taking pain killers and became withdrawn and my ex in turn started talking to other men online and I reacted badly and she ran off to Arizona to stay with friends and I found out she had lost a lot of her inheritence to a scammer online

Thanks. We did text yesterday he said he had a crazy week because his dog was stolen. I’m not sure how often we should text at this point in time? Obviously I want to rebuild connection, it’s a little hard because he isn’t much of a texter. What should I talk about to rebuild connection?

This one  might sound a little cliche, but it’s helpful. Left alone with nothing but boredom and time, the mind can wander, we can start feeling like a victim and depressed, start scheming up ways to get him back, start plotting revenge or other non-healthy schenannigans. The best thing to do here is take out your calendar and start filling it up. Call all those people you’ve been meaning to call, start that new exercise thing you’ve been wanting to do, cook meals you’ve never cooked, volunteer where your heart tells you to, anything. An add on to this is to make plans for your future.  Set goals, break them down, plan them out. Strategize and list out your “hell yeses”. What do you want to do that you weren’t able to do when you were attached? This is your opportunity to do what YOU want.

If the problem had to do more with him, then you can think about how you can be together again without this issue — maybe he’ll be willing to change. But if he’s not willing to change and you know this will be an issue long term, then you should consider whether or not it’s worth it to get him back.

she’s on a year programe in another city, we see once in a month. which isn’t enough closure for me. she’s been on this program for about 5months now. I feel due to this she lost attraction towards me, as we only see once a month, and our calls or texts ended up in arguments.

No. You shouldn’t answer your ex’s call. The only exception to this is if you are close to ending your no contact and you are already feeling great about your life. If you think that talking to your ex will have you obsessing about them again, don’t answer their call.

Hi! So I have been snapchating with my ex for some time now. The problem is that if I send him a snap he might respond with some emojies or sometimes a comment, but we never actually get a conversation out of it. Should I text him instead of sending him a snap even though we usually only snap? Or should I respond to any of his comments and start a conversation from there? Thanks!

If your ex doesn’t want to meet, it’s best to begin moving on. He may change his tune later, but you can’t get anywhere without communicating with him. If he’s simply refusing a meeting to play mind games, he’ll likely contact you when you stop trying. However, you may want to consider carefully if you want to be with someone who acts that way.

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After being together for just shy of 7 years my boyfriend decided to end our relationship. I knew things hadn’t been right for a couple of weeks leading up to this, he had become pretty distant, wasn’t showing me any affection but we weren’t arguing and everything else in the relationship was good. I eventually confronted him, and we had a conversation that lead to him admitting that whilst he still loved me his feelings towards me had changed and he needed his own space to work on himself. I moved out utterly heartbroken as I couldn’t believe that after 7 years it would be that easy to end everything!