The moment you get off the phone with your ex, or the texting finally stops, or you leave each other’s space, you experience withdrawal, and you are hit relentlessly by the reality of the loss.It can be a brutal process, and it can take a long time until you feel deserving of investing in your own independent, reshaped life path.If you don’t think you can survive without him, read You’re Scared to Be Alone, But Know You Need to End Your Relationship.Why is it crucial to listen to your gut when you’re trying to decide if you should give up or make your relationship work?
You fought to hold on to the relationship to the point of being all-consumed. Still, it’s becoming clear that the two of you aren’t going to make it.
But I’ve been very physically and emotionally insecure after since. But he’s been listening to sad songs, and saying his friends were trying to patch things up between them.
He doesn’t let me take look at his phone, and says I’ll get paranoid if he tells me who he’s hanging out with. Please help.” – on Can Trust Your Boyfriend After He Cheated?
Here’s what one of my readers says: “I found out that my boyfriend had been cheating on me with another girl for 8 months.
I decided to forgive him and stay, to give him a chance to work this relationship out because I know it’s worth it.
Even if the relationship was awful, even unbearable at times, the idea of living without it is unacceptable.