warhuhwow Posted February 8, 2007 Share Posted February 8, 2007 My ex and I split nearly six months ago. She cheated on me and treated me like crap. After three months of trying to reconcile she cut contact. I pretty much worked to get over her. A month later, she came back with all kinds of claims and over the course of five days made me want her again before deciding it would never work. Now it's month later and I'm back to where I was: pretty much over her. Things are going well for me. I'm in my final semester of university. In four months time, I'm going to work in the states (I'm English) for three months then travel around for another month. When I get back, I'll be moving to a really awesome city and doing a master's degree in something I enjoy. I even have a romantic interest to focus my attention on (I'm even slightly anxious to make a move/state my feelings because then I might be left with nobody to focus on). I rarely think of my ex anymore. Today however, a friend was asking about doing apprenticeships and I told him that my ex did one. He said we should look at the website, so we did. Lo and behold, my ex was mentioned on there. She won an award for best apprentice. There was a picture and everything. I kinda wished I could tell her I was proud of her, as I know it would've meant more coming from my lips than anyone elses. So now I've been a bit upset all day. I think it's just that I've been reminded of her, had a bit of a slip maybe. I'm over her in that I'm totally aware that she's bad for me, I don't love her anymore, that it would never work out. I'm still not over just missing her personality, what she brought to my life etc. But today has been difficult. Last weekend I travelled really closely to where she lives to sort out my America job. I was tempted to go back to her town and look around (just for memory's sake, not to see her) but I decided not to. I don't know if I want advice or what for this. I think I just needed to vent at someone. Any sort of reply would be nice though! Quote Link to comment
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