avocadoavocado Posted December 21, 2017 Share Posted December 21, 2017 Hello! This probably has been posted millions of times before, to be honest I know posting about this will make me feel better. It's been about a month since I've been cheated on and lied to by my ex boyfriend. I'm over him, but I can't get over the principle of being cheated on. I can't help but feel like I did something wrong and that is why I was cheated on. I keep going from extreme depressive episodes- and then to feeling like he's below me and doesn't deserve me. I've become addicted to working because when I work, I forget about being depressed and being lied/cheated on. I've devoted the time I'm not at work to studying. I just wanted to hear some advice on how to overcome this. It's the first thought I have in the morning and I've convinced myself that I'm never going to put myself in a relationship again because I can't trust someone knowing that they can cheat on you the entire time and lie about it. I know there are bigger problems in the world and I feel so guilty for being upset about my dumb problems. Hearing personal stories and advice might help me. also. the relationship was extremely emotionally abusive... i would walk on eggshells around him and he was jealous/insecure although I gave him no reason to be. he was jealous of my job and didn't support my successes. I don't know why I cant get over the situation then. do people seek professional help over stupid, young relationships? I feel silly Link to comment
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