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Heartbroken

Thursday, January 24, 2013

What do you do when you find out someone isnít the person you thought they were? In the past, I would turn to fast food, pastries, and other goodies. I wonít do that this time. Iíve worked too hard to start over again. Yes, my heart is breaking but I am NOT broken. I will find a way to move on.
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  • v NYARAMULA
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    1252 days ago
  • v SNFOSTER1
    Thanks for great suggestions. The relationship is definitely over. I deserve to be treated better than how he treats me.
    1252 days ago
  • v SUSHENO
    If you want to salvage the relationship, get to know the person. If not, analyze the situation so you can learn everything you can from it. This will make you wiser for your future relationships.

    What to do instead of turning to food? Boxing emoticon especially if you have a great imagination.

    Good for you; no one should have the power to break you at all. emoticon
    1252 days ago
  • v XANGELSTEARZX
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    1253 days ago
  • v 1GROVES2
    Most people really aren`t what we think they are.
    I hope you have great success mending your broken heart and have learned fromyour sad experience.And way to go staying away from the junk food....try kick boxing
    ;0)
    1253 days ago
  • v GNISULA
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    If they aren't who you thought they were, have you tried learning about who they are? Unless it's the kind of person you don't want to associate with, then just move on. Perhaps a bubble machine would cheer you up?
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    1253 days ago
  • v COOP9002
    I am sorry to hear about your struggle. At least now you are armed with the information that is necessary to move forward.
    1253 days ago
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