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How to forget someone

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Re: How to forget someone

Postby NonTocareLeTete » 23 May 2015, 09:18

Agreed Hansioux. There's something to be said for letting yourself be sad for a while. It's showing respect to yourself and your feelings.
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Re: How to forget someone

Postby tommy525 » 13 Jun 2015, 00:01

NonTocareLeTete wrote:Agreed Hansioux. There's something to be said for letting yourself be sad for a while. It's showing respect to yourself and your feelings.


Yes true, because actually its maybe deep down , not her/him you miss but the part of YOU that you invested that you missed. The more you invested of yourself the more you miss a relationship. The other party may have invested a whole lot less of emotional input and therefore has long forgotten about you as you meant very little to her/him.

My last two TW girlfriends both told me I had to go, simply put, and I doubt they miss me AT ALL. And my ex TW wife cared more about her new cellfone then about me. So yeah, while i invested a lot of emotional content, they obviously invested very little. And the two pennies that they did evaporated with the first rain of a new Spring.

God bless them anyways. I may be hard to miss LOL.
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Re: How to forget someone

Postby aquaair0124 » 20 Nov 2015, 14:43

Tips for forgetting someone? Lol...it's different for everyone though. Some can forget easily while some just can't. So it is kindda hard to say how to deal with it.
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Re: How to forget someone

Postby JamesBrown777 » 25 Jul 2016, 18:27

Imagine a moment of your very first meeting, the one starting point, when it was the beginning of your relationship. Now imagine that this meeting did not take place. You have passed by, or he/she immediately ran away on business, and it was raining. Now, turn on the imagination and picture how you lived the same period of life, which is connected with the loved one, but only without him/her. Surely, you would have something to do, somewhere to go, someone to talk. It will really help you soon forget the love and come back to life.
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Re: How to forget someone

Postby tommy525 » 26 Jul 2016, 00:11

JamesBrown777 wrote:Imagine a moment of your very first meeting, the one starting point, when it was the beginning of your relationship. Now imagine that this meeting did not take place. You have passed by, or he/she immediately ran away on business, and it was raining. Now, turn on the imagination and picture how you lived the same period of life, which is connected with the loved one, but only without him/her. Surely, you would have something to do, somewhere to go, someone to talk. It will really help you soon forget the love and come back to life.


Yeah sometimes i wish i could do REWIND. I would in most cases NOT re-pick the ones I had. Wouldn't want to see THAT movie twice.
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Re: How to forget someone

Postby NonTocareLeTete » 28 Jul 2016, 08:05

tommy525 wrote:
JamesBrown777 wrote:Imagine a moment of your very first meeting, the one starting point, when it was the beginning of your relationship. Now imagine that this meeting did not take place. You have passed by, or he/she immediately ran away on business, and it was raining. Now, turn on the imagination and picture how you lived the same period of life, which is connected with the loved one, but only without him/her. Surely, you would have something to do, somewhere to go, someone to talk. It will really help you soon forget the love and come back to life.


Yeah sometimes i wish i could do REWIND. I would in most cases NOT re-pick the ones I had. Wouldn't want to see THAT movie twice.


Oh no Tommy! I've been gone for so long! Have things gone badly with your bride?
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