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    If you break up with someone and it hurts like hell and you miss them

    does that mean you made the wrong decision? Or is that going to happen anyway?

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    It's going to happen. Hang in there and see how you feel in a little while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoCo2009 [Register to see the link]
    does that mean you made the wrong decision? Or is that going to happen anyway?
    hey coco - so you broke up with him? Did you move out, did he? How did it go? I thought you were making progress or going to try counseling?

    Its going to hurt & you will miss them, especially when you were together for 7rys & live together, like in your situation.

    If you feel you broke up for all the right reasons - then it wasn't a mistake.

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    You must have had a good reason for breaking up with them so it is best to stick to your decision.

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    I haven't done it yet, I was thinking about it. Going over everything first you know?

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    Are you sure this is what you want...100%? I suggest not making this decision if you are angry or upset.

    Because then you might regret it & go back and forth once you break up. You guys broke up last weekend too & got back together right?

    If you mean it - you have to stick to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ac143 [Register to see the link]
    Are you sure this is what you want...100%? I suggest not making this decision if you are angry or upset.

    No, I'm not sure, I just have been trying to think about things because I have been trying for so long. I need to stop complaining and make a decision and own up to it. I can't keep going back and forth like this. I sound like a nutcase here on enotalone. I need to make up my mind and just stick to it. Still trying to figure it all out.

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    Picture yourself 5 years from now. Do you want to be with this person, in the same lifestyle? Or...do you think that you should find a person closer to what you need. Notice I said need, not want. What we want is often bad for us, what we need is essential to survival. Only you can answer that one.

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    thats a good question.

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    Don't break up with him. You already know why.

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