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    03-18-2008, 04:31 PM
Just broke up...sad need comforting lol

Well I just dumped my boyfriend today, and he cried really hard. I felt so bad watching him. I didnt think it would be so hard. But it was worse than I thought. I know really feel bad for him what mostly got me was how hard he was crying.
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    03-18-2008, 06:49 PM
Aww I'm sorry. :( But hey I would cry too if I got dumped, don't feel too bad if it was for the best. ;)
    03-18-2008, 06:53 PM
Yeah thanks! I think the thing is that like....idk im starting to kinda regret it. Im split in two, a part of me is happy that I dumped him and a part whishes I havent. So idk
    03-18-2008, 07:01 PM
My last BF broke up with me 3 times but I was so caught up I kept taking him back. I finally ended it last year in May. He took the opposite. He was so mad! He was calling my best friend and me vulgar names and stuff. I felt so bad but I was peeved, too. Today he is probably one of my best guyfriends. Our relationship lasted almost a year.........we even kissed.........But sometimes things need to happen in order for you to move on and your other as well. Scary part is: he's liked both of my best friend's for a while. Lol.

I cried everytime we broke up. But not after I broke up with him. I realized it had to be done. I wasn't being treated like a human being let a lone a GF. Today he realizes how he was and he asked me out again at the beginning of the year. I told him "no, not yet" because as is it very true I'm not ready for another BF even if I want or like someone.

It will be hard but I like being friends with my "exes". It's uncomfortable at first but hey. Sorry for such a long post. I hope you feel better.
    03-18-2008, 10:51 PM
Awe, that's always hard.. we feel for ya!
    03-19-2008, 02:01 AM
Aawww mate that's no good

Heres my bit of life experience for you:

Sure he was sad now but why did you break up with him? If you have good reasons then you are probably doing the best thing for yourself. This is one of those times when you can't think about the other person nor be swayed by his emotions. Don't let that part of it make you doubt your decision.

I believe that what is meant to be is meant to be and if you guys are meant to be together then you will find a way to figure it out. If you arent meant to be together then in time both your ex and yourself will find your own happy place in life again.

Its never easy even if you are the breaker upperer lol I know that's not a word. As humans we feel for other people in pain but, I've taken someone back once before who I had dumped because I felt sorry for him and I regretted it about 10 seconds later. Don't go with your heart...go with your gut :) (sometimes its ok to think with your heart but you can't let the heart rule the mind :))

I sure hope things get better for you soon :) chin up :)
    03-19-2008, 10:58 AM
Green Broke
Many fish in the sea
    03-19-2008, 11:45 AM
Originally Posted by .Delete.
Many fish in the sea
Thats so true, I always liked "so many men..so little time"
Plus its better to be the dumper than the dumpee. There had to be some reason you broke up with him. If your reasons are valid then I'm sure he will get over it. Its nice that he cried though, I like guys who can cry. Better that then like Blu said they get mad or worse, violent
    03-19-2008, 03:58 PM
Hahah thanks everyone! And its like im not depressed...i actually got my eye on a few other guys lol......but I just feel so bad because I made him cry
    03-19-2008, 04:14 PM
Green Broke
Im sorry I know how it feels :(

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