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Old 07-08-2011, 03:20 AM   #1
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I just broke up with my first gf of 2 1/2 years. I have mixed feelings about what I did, but I think that's only because she was my first gf. What do I do now?

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I just broke up with my first gf of 2 1/2 years. I have mixed feelings about what I did, but I think that's only because she was my first gf. What do I do now?
Dear God...I had the same feelings about my first girlfriend, but I went out, kept busy and realized there was so much in life I had not explored....fast forward a life time, and I still love and miss my first girlfriend but wouldn't change it for the world!
In the future I was able to take my mistakes/her mistakes and apply them to future relationships....I am not sure if I have found my soul mate, but I am sure that if I died today...I loved, Lived, felt pain and would do it all again...so relax and think it through and either move on or beg for forgiveness!
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The best way to get over a girl is to get under one.

No, for real. It's the truth. Pinky Swear.

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No, for real. It's the truth. Pinky Swear.
Don't ya mean moist pink swear?
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Our boy Scruffy is hurtin guys...show some love! But I do agree, the love of another Women will make you forget about what you said goodbye too!

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That's what I was thinking before, I was fed up with the nagging, now I just kind of feel like I'm missing something, she did nag a lot but I did get a little too upset sometimes, I dunno.

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+1, The faster you jump into something new. The quicker you realize it is not the end of the world. Keep yourself busy, try something/someone new and do anything you couldnt do while you two were an item,

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Dear God...I had the same feelings about my first girlfriend, but I went out, kept busy and realized there was so much in life I had not explored....fast forward a life time, and I still love and miss my first girlfriend but wouldn't change it for the world!
In the future I was able to take my mistakes/her mistakes and apply them to future relationships....I am not sure if I have found my soul mate, but I am sure that if I died today...I loved, Lived, felt pain and would do it all again...so relax and think it through and either move on or beg for forgiveness!
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Met my wife while livin it up a year after breaking up with my gf of 3 years. I wasn't even looking for another relationship, was just enjoying being young and single, then BAM, I'm married.

Life's too short to dwell on the past. Keep moving forward and you'll have no regrets



Sometimes you don't know how unhappy you are until you're out of that situation. Time heals all wounds
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