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Moving forwards and getting over the past

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

It's been two years since the break up with my ex happened but he and his judgemental family still turn up in my dreams, which is horrible and makes me feel really rubbish.

Working in progress list of getting over my ex, and using the break up as the best changing opportunity in life, to make the most of my life, produce new memories and moments that help me to focus on the present and the future.

-Look as sexy as possible every morning. Put make up on. etc...
-Vitalise my relationships with friends and other people.
-Manage my time in the best possible way + be self disciplined
- Exercise 5 hours a week
- Do housework 30 mins a day (min)
-Cook a cake everyweek and 3 new types of veggie interesting meals each week.
-Review the time out art galleries, films and music events
-Review music artists in mercury music award nominations
-Collect/order clothes and accessories from online stores
-Learn how to smile, even when I am not up for it.
-Sort out CV and do my best to get a pass A in the teaching thing.


...There we are, hopefully this will help me to move on.
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  • v CHIRPYBIRD
    Thank you for all your supportive comments and blessings! Hope you are all well :) emoticon emoticon
    1313 days ago
  • v FANGFACEKITTY
    You can't control your dreams but you can control what you do about them. Your list is a great idea to help you move on. Have you also though about looking into the meaning of your dreams, to try to track down what is causing them? When I was married I would frequently have these dreams where all my teeth would fall out. I thought it was just because I didn't want to end up with dentures like my grandparents. Turns out that particular type of dream is a symbol of a lot of repressed anger...which fit married life with the PEH (psycho ex husband). I WAS angry a lot, and keeping it all bottled in. If I had known that sooner I could have saved myself a lot of anguish by ending an unhealthy relationship sooner than I did.

    Maybe your body or mind is trying to tell you there is a problem somewhere in the only way it can.
    1314 days ago
  • v SNOWMAIDEN
    What a fabulous list! Sounds like you've given it so much thought and with all of that energy, you can't fail...
    1314 days ago
  • v SUSUSUZZZIE
    I love your list! All the best as you work on you! And YOU are worth it!
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    1315 days ago
  • v ANGRITTER
    I like the get up and be as sexy as possible every morning. I think that is where I fail miserably, but that's because I don't care if anyone finds me attractive right now. I am not "open for business" as some would say.

    But I think you have a valid point... this is a list of small things that have HUGE impacts on our life!

    So happy to see you back online and leaving us breadcrumbs to come and find you!
    WELCOME BACK CHIRPYBIRD!! emoticon
    1315 days ago
  • v LYNNWILK2
    SO glad to hear from you, sounds like you've got a great plan of action to help you stay focused. Sounds like you've got a lot going on in your life and it keeps you very busy.
    It's great to hear from you... you've been missed.
    1315 days ago
  • v MSLZZY
    Great list. Time to do for and leave the past behind!
    1315 days ago
  • v TINYBUBBA1
    Chirpybird emoticon !! I AM SO HAPPY TO HEAR FROM YOU!!!

    Your attitude is beautiful! Sounds like you're getting things together very well. What a wonderful gift!

    I wish you every blessing!

    Love & support,
    Tiny emoticon emoticon
    1315 days ago
  • v SPIRALDOWN
    Your list is wonderful... Getting over someone is never easy. It seems like you are on your way... Chin up and keep moving forward.




    1315 days ago
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