I can’t say I know how it feels to be in your situation but I certainly empathize with you. In my case, losing mutual friends (because I couldn’t bear to see them continue a friendship with him when I used to be his best friend) was one of the most painful experiences of my life. The fact that you have maintained your friendships is brave and respectable! I know how it feels to be in a new place without deep connections with your new friends there, secretly bearing the burdens of the breakup, being away from family and being alone on major holidays like Christmas. It sucks for people like us but I want you to know that you are not alone. Be kind to yourself and be gentle with yourself. As hard as it is, try to take all that energy you put into thinking about him and his new girlfriend and redirect it to yourself. You’re worth something and one day you too will have someone to celebrate life with. Someone who sticks around through the good times and bad because that’s what mr. perfect for you would do. Everything you’re experiencing right now will make sense in the grand scheme of things, every person you meet along the way is a spiritual teacher. I know I was supposed to stop by this website, read this post and feel the need to reach out as if you were a dear friend to me.
you may feel lonely, but know that you are not alone.
peace & possibilities, stranger!
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