You had your chance with her, and you blew it. Now she is in a relationship with another guy so just leave her in peace.
I have six kids with my ex, and we had been together for twenty years. He went straight into a new relationship with another woman the day he left me. It's only been two weeks since this happened, and I can't even think about the no contact rule. I know we won't get back together, but I still need to see and call him. How can I start the no contact rule in my situation?
My ex-girlfriend is my colleague. Now she has broken up with me and has been engaged in a new relationship with a person who is also my colleague. It has now just become heartbreaking and unendurable to me when I see both of them in front of me sitting or talking together. I'm emotionally tortured every time, every moment seeing them together. I'm trying to avoid her but have failed to do it. How can I be able to forget her?
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