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How do I deal with bein broken up with daddy?


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I'm very sorry you're experiencing a break up; from my own experiences of either breaking up with my gf or her breaking up with me, give yourself time to heal.  Write about your feelings if it helps, do things you enjoy doing- whether that's going for a walk, listening to music, perhaps even letting any anger out you're experiencing or will experience through things like exercise, cleaning, things of that nature.  

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I just got out of a relationship recently (some what dd/pet) and it's definitely not easy. I agree you should write your feelings out if that helps and don't keep it inside. Find someone to confide into and remember to take care of yourself. Whether it be exercise or keeping up with your hobbies.
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It's best to stay busy and I hope you have a circle of close friends to help you through. I always tell anyone. Don't be in a rush to find someone new. The harder you search, the less chance you'll find quality people to spend time. A fresh breakup, or relationship seems to always be a CREEPER magnet too. So beware those who suddenly need to confess their undying love for you. 

 

Best wishes for happy times ahead though. 

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I'm a whole mess. I just need help getting through this

Sadly there's no good answer or right answer. It just takes time and like others said keeping yourself busy and your mind off him is the best. It's hard I completely understand. Some people you'll never fully get over until you find someone you click with ever harder. Which can be hard at times.I'm taking some time off myself because there's a person I'd like to try to keep my own self busy from. In my experience you'll know when you will want to put yourself out there again. But take it as slow as you can. Love is a lot like a drug psychologically. Studies show that people who have just had their heart broken have shown that there's a lot of physical, emotional and neurochemical similarities to withdrawal. So it's not just a meaningless phrase. Although there's no real "detoxing" just keeping yourself outside of those types of thoughts really help the healing process. 

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@liIbunny, sorry that you have to deal with this, here are some things that may help you: 
1. Don't blame yourself or feel guilty

2. Talk to a supportive and trusted friend

3. Keep yourself busy with things you enjoy. If the weather is good, go for a walk and enjoy the scenery

4. Give yourself time and stay as relaxed as possible while keeping yourself busy

Hope it helps. Good luck.

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Treat it like it's a wound, you've been injured so you put a bandaid on it and heal it. Give it time and it will feel better! Good luck

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It's going to suck and I'm sorry for you. The most important thing is to take care of yourself and take everything one step at a time. We all recover differently from breakups or things not working out. Having friends to vent on and support you is a good thing and like others have stated before me, try to do stuff that keeps you out of your head. When you're constantly thinking about something it's going to effect you. I hope you recover and are able to have happiness.
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