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Updated on Wednesday, February 4

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QUESTION: I've been with a guy for two years, we dated over the summer and somewhat over the fall until he broke up with me. I want to get over him so badly but can't get him out of my head/stop analyzing our relationship. How do I get over someone who doesn't want to be with me anymore?

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  1. get under someone else.

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  2. Wow 1, that's some really original advice. But for real OP, just give it time.

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    1. It's good advice. Rebounds are a thing for a reason, because they work. Legit, I got over my three year failed relationship finally when I started to flirt with someone else, it didn't go anywhere but made me feel good for the first time in a long time and gave me hope.

      In short, OP, moving on takes time at first, but once you meet someone else you're into, that's when it finally actually happens.

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  3. The pain will make you stronger, hang in there. Your brain will throw crazy shit at you for a couple of months. It's all my fault, it's all his fault, he still loves me, he never loved me in the first place, it's all just a misunderstanding etc etc etc that's just what brains do. View it as a sort of retraining. Your brain is sort of brute-forcing a new way of viewing the world. This is a slow and painful process but your next relationship will be better because of what you learned.

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  4. cum to me.

    see what I did there? Spelling "come" like "cum" to show that you should be fucking me. ;)

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    1. If that doesn't make you feel better, I don't know what will

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  5. RL replied to one of my comments, yay!!!

    wait....you aren't RL! He always links to his profile.

    IMPOSTER IMPOSTER IMPOSTER!!!!!!

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    1. and that messed up and didn't go where it said it would go

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