Every broken connection hurts. It causes us pain unlike any bodily wounds ever could. I also felt devasted. I was so angry with the world for being unfair and with myself for being such an idiot. I yearned for some alone time and wanted to slap anybody I saw. I went through an emotional ordeal at that time. I was sobbing at work. And I tear my heart out every time I hear the sound of some well-known love songs. I desired to continue. If only it would happen when I woke up the following morning, I would have been able to forget him right away, but I couldn’t. There are just too many memories, and I felt I would go insane trying to ignore them. Everywhere I turned, I saw him. Over time, I’ve come to understand that simply wanting to move on is insufficient. I realized I had to act, so I did. I’ll tell you, it wasn’t simple. The impulse to call him would sometimes have me actually pounding my head against the wall, and removing all of his phone numbers didn’t help as much as having them in my memory. But over time, the pain diminished to the point where you genuinely forget how it felt. Thankfully, I had success! Let me share my experiences with you because I have a good feeling they will benefit you as well. After a breakup, it’s common to feel angry, sad, and upset, especially if a third party was at fault. And you’d likely be furious for a very long time. However, if you don’t let it go, you’ll simply cause yourself anguish and shrink the world even more.
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