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You already did enough of that in your relationsh*t. No matter what happened in your breakup, all breakups are traumatizing.And when we experience trauma, the now blank space in front of us that used to be filled with so many plans for a future together scares us. ” is one of those questions I’ve asked Google so many times, I can type it at warp speed without even looking at my keyboard once.

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We then moth-to-a-flame STICK to what makes us feel the most The moment I would think about starting over – putting myself back out there, dating someone new, getting out of my comfort zone and taking action… So, I’d retreat back to my emotional pacifier of feeling rejected, abandoned, not good enough, angry and obsessive.

This lead to serious delusion, avoidance, and denial about my ex because I couldn’t separate what he did/didn’t do from my own feelings of worthlessness.

I am a female employee in my late 20s working for a large Fortune 500 U. One day a couple weeks ago, my boss was talking as usual about how his daughter is very attractive and wants to start dating.

My boss is in his early 40s and is a father of two. My boss often tells me, totally unsolicited, that his daughter is “very attractive,” a “perfect tall blonde,” and “so beautiful.” He says boys are fawning over her and she wants to start dating.

As time goes by though, you realize these hauntings are really just that – aftershock waves from an emotional earthquake that fractured the foundation your emotional house was built on.

These waves can be easily weathered, ridden, and taken so much less seriously once the knowingness is secured that they won’t ever take your house down satisfaction is the comfort we attain from the predictability of our own heartbreak, stalking, obsessive thoughts, self-blame, misery, what if’s, coulda/woulda/shoulda’s, and abandonment issues.

And just like you can’t be in a state of denial and acceptance simultaneously, you can’t be avoidant and accountable at the same time either. Holding onto your ex in any way lengthens the time that it will take you to get over your breakup.

You need to break the part of you that believes it can’t be happy or thrive without someone else – Not strengthen it by running from taking ownership of the responsibility that you have for your own experiences in this life. Thanks Karen 🙂 I completely understand and I’ve been there.

My boss has been acting weird/standoffish towards me since I made this comment, and understandably so. This is problematic on multiple levels, including that you shouldn’t be calling teenage girls “whores” for expressing a perfectly age-appropriate, culture-appropriate interest in dating.

But he is also a devout Christian (we’ve discussed this many times), not to mention my boss. Actually, you shouldn’t be calling them “whores” even if it weren’t age-appropriate or culture-appropriate.

Then he paused, looked at me, and said “I bet you had that problem!

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