Heartbroken…

Yesterday the girl I loved for a year, and with whom i’ve lived with for 5 months told me she was leaving me. I still can’t believe it, though i’m sitting here, all alone, surrounded by her stuff… I must say i’ve never felt worse in my entire life…. the past months were the happiest period in my life, having someone to come home to, someone who loves me, cares for me, and for whom I can care and love. It seems it wasn’t meant to be, she claims to still love me, and I know I can’t see myself living happily without her from now on.

I’ve decided to take the rest of the week off to clean up my life and my appartment… everytime I see some of her stuff I break out in tears, not understanding why she thinks we can’t work things out. I really need to get everything that keeps me reminding of here out of direct sight, or I can’t be here anymore. I hope she will find happyness in where she goes from here and I hope I’ll somehow get over her, because currently I’m an emotional wreck.

Know that I still love you, though it hurts… I hope I can forgive you sometime

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7 thoughts on “Heartbroken…”

  1. I don’t know you. In fact I just arrived here without any reason (followed randomly some links).

    My ex-girlfriend left me one month ago, I’ve been with her for one year too… So I understand your feelings.

    You will be better soon, don’t worry, world is full of women (and sometimes all the women are completely dumb, also.) !

  2. I think it’s fairly safe to say that we all have to go through an experience like this at least once in our life times. Doesn’t make it any more fun though :/

    I’m sorry to hear this happened.

    About getting on track: you’re absolutely right! Take a few days off, try to process everything that’s happened and set yourself up so you can pick up daily life again in a new way. If this requires clearing out all of her stuff back to her place (which is a fairly logical thing to do), then so be it. Since you can’t stay away from work for ever, you’ll also need to find a new rhythm that’s -you-, find the new schedule to your days. Without it you’re bound to start sulking in some corner, not doing anything about anything.

    Also, in cases like these alcohol really doesn’t help. It may temporarily help you forget and it could make you feel better for a while, but in the end it’ll keep you from what you need to do: sort everything out in your head and become at peace with the new situation. Adapt.

    As Jonathan points out, things will actually get better quite soon. “Soon” being a few weeks to a month or two.

    Good luck man…

  3. Yoh Mark;

    I agree with the ‘alcohol doesn’t work’ scenario, but i sure think you must try….

    Good luck !

  4. hi, i understand how u feel, ive been with this boy four 4 years and felt so happy, yesterday he finished it saying he doesnt feel the same, i feel so down and just want to be locked away from the rest of the world, hope things get better for you soon.

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