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How do you get over someone you love?

The pain of love lost is a pretty heavy thing to bear. Is there a secret to getting over someone you love? And you; how do you get over someone you love?


 


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gilibij
posted 5-Oct-2005 8:54am  
I don't think there's a secret. I think you just keep on loving the person, and you keep getting up every morning and facing life without them, and somewhere along the line you learn to enjoy life again.
Jody
posted 5-Oct-2005 9:58am  
You have to distract yourself - music, hobbies, friends, work, taking on new challenges. The pain dulls over time, but you have to distract yourself so you can tolerate it until it does. And, by the way, jumping into a new relationship to get over a lost love is seldom, if ever, a good idea.
FordGuy Survey Central Subscriber Gold Qualifier
posted 5-Oct-2005 10:38am  
Beer.
LindaH Triple Gold Star Survey Creator Gold Qualifier
posted 5-Oct-2005 11:33am  
You could step over them, or you could just go around.

Just kidding. I've never been in this situation before. I guess I'd just move on/be strong for the sake of continuing to live a happy and productive life. That works for a lot of setbacks.
Enheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
posted 5-Oct-2005 11:48am  
Time.
mve17
posted 5-Oct-2005 12:28pm  
you never do
they Survey Central Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 5-Oct-2005 12:58pm  
I don't know.. I guess I can't answer this one.. If someone makes me feel this way.. why love them?
Maarten
posted 5-Oct-2005 2:15pm  
Getting totally wasted for days.
patarnone
posted 5-Oct-2005 2:18pm  
My dear friend had a saying that holds true after his death... "You can't turn off love."

I still love everyone I have ever loved. My best friend and soul mate might be married with someone else, but that doesn't stop what we have.

It's been a year now and when I talked to him on the phone the other day, I told him, "I think of you everyday." The sound of his voice when he said, "You do?" was totally awesome, and I could just see his whole face light up!

Love can be like that. I have no past loves, they all live in my present.

darkshadowsseeker
posted 5-Oct-2005 2:39pm  
Sometimes you don't. It depends on how deeply in love you are/were with them.
Scott
posted 5-Oct-2005 2:43pm  
You immediately start dating someone else (important note: the new person MUST be better looking than your ex) as a trophy and make sure your ex sees you and your new SO in public, laughing, holding hands, performing oral sex on each other, etc.

While this may not help you "get over" your ex, you should at least feel better knowing that you're rubbing their nose in your new found happiness (regardless of whether that happiness is real or not).

Oh, one last thing. Make sure that after homeroom you go into the boys bathroom and write on the wall what a lousy lay your ex is and that she uses her teeth when giving head. Then get one of your female friends to write on the girls bathroom wall how huge your cock is.

Ahhh, I miss high school
judgescratch
posted 5-Oct-2005 3:07pm  
Just wait it out.
jduPres
posted 5-Oct-2005 3:41pm  
If you love them deeply, you never get over them.
was_Frostbrand
posted 5-Oct-2005 3:48pm  
If anyone has the asnwer to this, clue me in please.
hypersky
(reply to patarnone) posted 5-Oct-2005 5:34pm  
"I have no past loves, they all live in my present."

That is so awesome...
dab Survey Qualifier
posted 5-Oct-2005 6:46pm  
I don't.
cloudhugger Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 5-Oct-2005 8:31pm  
All I know of is time. I don't think they have a pill for that one yet.
Amanda
(reply to Scott) posted 5-Oct-2005 10:04pm  
 * laughing out loud * Thanks for the laugh. I needed that. Wasn't high school an awesome time??
CGTREE
posted 5-Oct-2005 10:43pm  
Thats a hard one.....I think the only true way is to kill your self....but I wouldn't advise it....other wise I would be dead....
bcollins
posted 6-Oct-2005 2:36am  
I don't know. You're asking the wrong person.
verouge
posted 6-Oct-2005 2:38am  
No, you can't go over it, you can continue your life but not as nothing happened, you can't forget it..
pain of love would stay forever, unless it wasn't a love. Even another love would not make you get over the last one, it would stay forever with you.
I am not a negative person, in fact pain of love is the most beautiful pain, and with no pain of love your life would miss something.
caviartaste
posted 6-Oct-2005 7:48am  
I think that people have an amazing capacity to survive almost anything...especially emotional turmoil. Some of the best advice I've ever heard sounds harsh but works - and that is to "fake it till you make it"....meaning go on with your life even though you don't want to...get out of bed even though you don't want to...eat even though you dont want to....work, socialize etc...and eventually at some point you'll realize you've started to feel better. You won't realize when the change occurred but it will have happed when you weren't paying attention. If you obsess over the loss, your square focus on it, won't ALLOW you to go on with your life. In this way, it is very much like a death.
caviartaste
(reply to Amanda) posted 6-Oct-2005 7:51am  
>  * laughing out loud * Thanks for the laugh. I needed that. Wasn't high school an awesome
> time??

You just gave me a great idea for a survey.
autumnlight
posted 6-Oct-2005 8:05am  
There isn't a way, you just do. Avoiding them helps though.
Wackadoo
posted 6-Oct-2005 8:16am  
That's a complicated question. And I believe that the method of getting over someone is different for each individual and each relationship. Personally, my friends initially helped me out by getting me off the couch and feeling sorry for myself. From there we went out often to bars, shopping, dinner, etc. Eventually I started to get my self esteem back and it wasn't long after that, I met a wonderful person. I didn't stay with that person but it was the beginning of my realization that I was going to be okay.
Amanda
(reply to caviartaste) posted 6-Oct-2005 9:34am  
Groovy.  * wink *
LuridHope
posted 6-Oct-2005 10:13am  
Love is merely a chemical reaction in the body,
to elevate these chemical levels and feel "love" again
simply get involved in an intimate relationship with someone else.
cloudhugger Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to LuridHope) posted 6-Oct-2005 10:46am  
uuhh, no, it isn't.
dilfreak
posted 6-Oct-2005 1:37pm  
Hmmmm, probably moving on and finding someone else to love
LindaH Triple Gold Star Survey Creator Gold Qualifier
(reply to was_Frostbrand) posted 6-Oct-2005 2:14pm  
Just don't let it prevent a happy, productive life. If you are productive and happy, you can think about it from time to time, but still consider it an 'oh well.' You are stll getting up in the morning, and still able to function and be responsible. That counts for something.
teatree
posted 6-Oct-2005 6:01pm  
You don't really. This is especially true if it was your child. You will always have memories of him.
cerealkiller Bronze Star Survey Creator Gold Qualifier
posted 6-Oct-2005 9:13pm  
People don't matter much to me so that isn't a problem. Go out and do hookers, find someone new, or just take a deep breath and enjoy freedom and being paroled.
luvmuffin08
posted 6-Oct-2005 9:37pm  
I do not think there is a possible way to get over love. I am having hugh problems over love and it is driving me insane. I do not want to get over love because I want to be with the person for ever. The person I am in love with I have love for 2 years and we are going through some tough times so we are trying to bear them together. That is my comment about getting over love.
gsummers
posted 6-Oct-2005 10:09pm  
man oh man.. good question. If you really love someone though, I dont know if you ever truly get over them... you just deal with and struggle with going on and accepting that that part of your life is over.. you live and you eventually fall in love again .. someday.. it will happen.. I still have good faith.. if you really were so in love in the first place, you just want to see that person happy.. its just a shame that it wasnt with you... but you cope and you live like theres no tomorrow, you love again, you enjoy life!
gsummers
(reply to cerealkiller) posted 6-Oct-2005 10:12pm  
hey killer.. nice to see you again on SC.. havent seen you in a while.. We have had our differences... but its nice to see you back!! Just wanna know how do you get your pic on the side there.. is that new? I dont know how to get there!!!!!
Enigma
posted 6-Oct-2005 11:25pm  
Getting over seems harsh to me. Certainly you learned from the person you loved and grew through your relationship. Pining for your lost love shouldn't go on forever!
cerealkiller Bronze Star Survey Creator Gold Qualifier
(reply to gsummers) posted 7-Oct-2005 6:26pm  
Click on "Customize" from the menu.
gambler
posted 8-Oct-2005 5:01pm  
Just Time really, I have been only really in love once before and I took a job 8000 miles away to get away from this kind of destructive love that is difficult to pull away from
iamdonte
posted 9-Oct-2005 6:30am  
By remembering that even if you love someone you have to do what is right and healthy for you. You have to love you first before you can truly love another.
darkroomdanny
posted 9-Oct-2005 4:14pm  
I imagine you don't ever really "get over it". But with time it may hurt less, maybe, I don't know. Keeping yourself busy, doing new things, meeting new people maybe? I imagine making time to feel crap and cry alot may help too, at first.
hypersky
(reply to gsummers) posted 13-Oct-2005 9:06pm  
"man oh man.. good question. If you really love someone though, I dont know if you ever truly get over them... you just deal with and struggle with going on and accepting that that part of your life is over.. you live and you eventually fall in love again .. someday.. it will happen.. although I havent had it seen it yet; I still have good faith.. if you really were so in love in the first place, you just want to see that person happy.. its just a shame that it wasnt with you... but you cope and you live like theres no tomorrow, you love again, you enjoy life!"


I really like your thinking on this. You have a knack for framing things, simply. I lost a major chunk of me a couple of months back, and getting over her has been (is, really) one of the toughest things that I've ever had to go through--ever. Your thoughts on this have made me realize that, yeah, the sun will rise tomorrow, I should get over it and carry on. And yes, I want her to be as happy as she can be.

Thanks.
Zang
posted 16-Oct-2005 11:40pm  
Get really really drunk. Be a pathetic drunk loser with your best friend(s). Cry. Tell them all your problems.

Not that I would ever do that, but it's worth a try!  * grin *
Irene007 Survey Central Gold Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 17-Oct-2005 2:15am  
Well now... It all depends on how you lost your love now, doesn't it? If I had lost Ben to another woman, I would have been devastated, enraged, hurt and etc... But having lost him to the netherworld, that's OK. I can deal with that. It's final, there's no hope of getting him back so I can move on. Otherwise, I'd live with the hope that he might come back to me.
Irene007 Survey Central Gold Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to FordGuy) posted 17-Oct-2005 2:16am  
> Beer.

 * laughing out loud * Fudging *cheers* man!  * cool smile *
Irene007 Survey Central Gold Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to they) posted 17-Oct-2005 2:17am  
> I don't know.. I guess I can't answer this one.. If someone makes
> me feel this way.. why love them?

A lost love can come from death too. So why not love them?

Irene007 Survey Central Gold Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to hypersky) posted 17-Oct-2005 2:19am  
> "I have no past loves, they all live in my present."
>
> That is so awesome...


There is much truth to that!
Irene007 Survey Central Gold Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to verouge) posted 17-Oct-2005 2:20am  
> No, you can't go over it, you can continue your life but not as nothing
> happened, you can't forget it..
> pain of love would stay forever, unless it wasn't a love. Even another
> love would not make you get over the last one, it would stay forever
> with you.
> I am not a negative person, in fact pain of love is the most beautiful
> pain, and with no pain of love your life would miss something.


Love does equal pain doesn't it? *sigh*
Irene007 Survey Central Gold Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to caviartaste) posted 17-Oct-2005 2:21am  
> I think that people have an amazing capacity to survive almost anything...especially
> emotional turmoil. Some of the best advice I've ever heard sounds
> harsh but works - and that is to "fake it till you make it"....meaning
> go on with your life even though you don't want to...get out of bed
> even though you don't want to...eat even though you dont want to....work,
> socialize etc...and eventually at some point you'll realize you've
> started to feel better. You won't realize when the change occurred
> but it will have happed when you weren't paying attention. If you
> obsess over the loss, your square focus on it, won't ALLOW you to
> go on with your life. In this way, it is very much like a death.

 * grin * I'm so alive!

Irene007 Survey Central Gold Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to LuridHope) posted 17-Oct-2005 2:23am  
> Love is merely a chemical reaction in the body,
> to elevate these chemical levels and feel "love" again
> simply get involved in an intimate relationship with someone else.


"Intimate relationships" like in fudging? I can fudge without love - did it plenty of times too! I know what I'm talking about and love is something different...
they Survey Central Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to Irene007) posted 17-Oct-2005 7:56am  
I'm touching wood as I type this... but haven't experienced that to answer for it....

It asked me how I get over it... and I think for me... love has been lost so gradually every time, that by the time it's completely and utterly lost, I'm cool with it.
Irene007 Survey Central Gold Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to they) posted 17-Oct-2005 8:07am  
> I'm touching wood as I type this... but haven't experienced that to
> answer for it....
>
> It asked me how I get over it... and I think for me... love has been
> lost so gradually every time, that by the time it's completely and
> utterly lost, I'm cool with it.


I've never lost a love that way... I don't know what it would be like - I met Ben when I was 19 and all relationships before that had never lasted more than 6 months, not enough time to fall in love.
they Survey Central Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to Irene007) posted 17-Oct-2005 10:48am  
I was with my high school sweetheart from the time I was 14-20... I was with rod for 7 years or something...
Irene007 Survey Central Gold Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to they) posted 17-Oct-2005 12:50pm  
> I was with my high school sweetheart from the time I was 14-20...
> I was with rod for 7 years or something...


Who left who in both cases?
they Survey Central Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to Irene007) posted 17-Oct-2005 1:18pm  
Both relationships disintegrated down to nothing first... I left the first one.... Rod and I agreed to split and he moved out... we'd been considering it for years, actually.
gsummers
(reply to hypersky) posted 17-Oct-2005 4:57pm  
I know what you're going through. (Take away love and our earth is a tomb.. )but as you know ..later on, it will be a part of your life's history.. a pain that won't be fresh and weeping like it is now, but just a scar. Hurts that we go through like heartbreak, family problems you just have to feel the pain, make that lousy pain work for you! and one day whats this? you're past it! pheww! When I was going through it, a friend of mine said to me that every tomorrow has two handles, we can take hold of it with the handle of anxiety or the handle of faith.. Luke, you will choose wisely. Use the FORCE... and Smile..  * smile *
Irene007 Survey Central Gold Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to they) posted 17-Oct-2005 6:31pm  
Doesn't it make it easier that way? If you've both grew weary of each other? I guess there's always some remaining doubt about the relationship... It's sounds complicated.
caviartaste
(reply to Irene007) posted 17-Oct-2005 6:56pm  
I love you, honey....and so glad you are!  * smile *
hypersky
(reply to gsummers) posted 17-Oct-2005 7:21pm  
I guess time does its job and we eventually move on. It's funny how just sharing this has helped me realize what, deep down I already knew--that I will get over her.

If you're okay with this, I'd like to make it my mission in life to have a beer with you someday. And Bubbles can join in, if he wants to. But no cats, please, I'm allergic...
they Survey Central Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to Irene007) posted 17-Oct-2005 7:38pm  
I don't know..... it takes a lot out of you... and it's a waste of time...
Irene007 Survey Central Gold Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to they) posted 17-Oct-2005 11:54pm  
> I don't know..... it takes a lot out of you... and it's a waste of
> time...

You shouldn't look at it that way then you'd have to say that the whole relationship was a waste of time... Regardless of how it turned out, there had to be good times and you have to have learned something from the relationship?
Irene007 Survey Central Gold Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to caviartaste) posted 18-Oct-2005 12:04am  
> I love you, honey....and so glad you are!  * smile *


Love you too my little fish roe!  * wink *

It's funny though... I didn't feel any of those things that you described and I'm afraid it makes me sound callous but don't get me wrong; I loved Ben to death (literally too!), but I can't change what's happened so I look out to all the new doors that have opened for me now. My life has changed, for the better? Who knows? I'll do what I've always done, make the best of it!  * wink *
verouge
(reply to Irene007) posted 18-Oct-2005 2:45am  
> |> No, you can't go over it, you can continue your life but not
> as nothing
> |> happened, you can't forget it..
> |> pain of love would stay forever, unless it wasn't a love. Even
> another
> |> love would not make you get over the last one, it would stay
> forever
> |> with you.
> |> I am not a negative person, in fact pain of love is the most
> beautiful
> |> pain, and with no pain of love your life would miss something.
>
>
> Love does equal pain doesn't it? *sigh*
>

Of course it does, and that's why I don't try to fall in love again, or to "fall in love"..
You know, I think that love is the only thing that makes us feel "alive", and in the same time, love is all about getting used to someone listens to you when you want to talk, someone gives you when you wanna take, someone takes from you when you wanna give.. Love is about life..
I am not saying I don't believe in love, although I really don't believe in it, because without love we are nothing, but that love that we all wish to have (that ends by the most beautiful end, that is between two people) we all have it, and if we don't, we can make it!! It's not that perfect thing, it's nothing but a beautiful feeling that we want to make it perfect because we think it should be perfect..

(I don't want to make some SC feel like I am trying to put my ideas within your heads, it's just my opinion that I like to tell others about it)

"The greatest pleasure of life is love." William Temple
But it's not more than a pleasure...

Sorry, there was no need for all that speech, I like love, I am in love, but for me, love includes pain, but the problem is that although I love, I still can live without whom I love, so this weakens my love..

BTW, do you know the song "Faisons l'amour avant de nous dire aDieu"?? I heard it, in fact I have it on my PC and I like it very very much,
Irene007 Survey Central Gold Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to verouge) posted 18-Oct-2005 7:40am  

> Of course it does, and that's why I don't try to fall in love again,
> or to "fall in love"..

That's something you can't control... *sigh*


>
> BTW, do you know the song "Faisons l'amour avant de nous dire aDieu"??
> I heard it, in fact I have it on my PC and I like it very very much,
>

Nope, can't say that I have!

Did I tell you that I sent the package yesterday? I sent a postcard at the same time, just to see what gets there faster...
verouge
(reply to Irene007) posted 19-Oct-2005 5:03am  
Really??? OH!! thanks dear, I would wait for it with pleasure!!!
Let's see which one is faster!!
Irene007 Survey Central Gold Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to verouge) posted 19-Oct-2005 6:25am  
> Really??? OH!! thanks dear, I would wait for it with pleasure!!!
> Let's see which one is faster!!

There's no note in the package - my message is on the postcard! So if you get the package first, which I highly doubt, the words will soon follow!  * wink *
verouge
(reply to Irene007) posted 20-Oct-2005 2:23am  
So, if I didn't get the notes, I can do nothing with the package!!!  * frown *
And if I didn't get the package, I would not need the notes!!  * frown *
GEE!!It's so complicated girl, why don't you send them both together!! Why don't you come and give them by hands!!!  * smile * This would be really better!!!  * wink *
Irene007 Survey Central Gold Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to verouge) posted 20-Oct-2005 6:35am  
I cost a lot more to send to Lebanon than a package - Méchant paquet!  * wink *
(That last part about the bad package is a local saying - Méchant as in "Tout un...")
gsummers
(reply to hypersky) posted 21-Oct-2005 5:29pm  
It's perfectly okay with me.. in fact I look forward to it. & I'll make sure the cat stays home... I promise.
hypersky
(reply to gsummers) posted 21-Oct-2005 10:32pm  
...okay then, it's a date (okay, so technically we haven't settled on an actual date or anything, but we agree that going out for a beer at some point in the future is a good thing). And I feel great about that!  * smile *
verouge
(reply to Irene007) posted 25-Oct-2005 2:08am  
AHA!!! Now, it costs a lot!!
Anyway, I wasn't at home when the card was here, but my mom took it from the post guy, and she liked it!!
Irene007 Survey Central Gold Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to verouge) posted 25-Oct-2005 6:27am  
Oh! I guess she read it then eh?

Did I write anything vulgar?!?  * shock *
verouge
(reply to Irene007) posted 27-Oct-2005 2:26am  
hehe, now it's all perfect..
Elle a lu ce qui est en Francais, elle ne sait pas lire beaucoup en Englais.
Irene007 Survey Central Gold Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to verouge) posted 27-Oct-2005 7:21am  
> hehe, now it's all perfect..
> Elle a lu ce qui est en Francais, elle ne sait pas lire beaucoup en
> Englais.


Phew!! *wipes brow*
verouge
(reply to Irene007) posted 28-Oct-2005 4:16am  
> |> hehe, now it's all perfect..
> |> Elle a lu ce qui est en Francais, elle ne sait pas lire beaucoup
> en
> |> Englais.
>
>
> Phew!! *wipes brow*
>

hehe..
Tomorrow, I will taste the syrup, tomorrow I will try to make the cake!!!
Irene007 Survey Central Gold Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to verouge) posted 28-Oct-2005 5:49am  
Be lazy - get ice cream and walnuts!!  * wink *
jojo_44dd
posted 28-Oct-2005 9:14am  
Love is something a person can not make happen. Love is uncontrollable!!! A person can make a lot of things happen but love is not one of them ... love happens on its own free will...
verouge
(reply to Irene007) posted 28-Oct-2005 6:38pm  
OK!!
kitti723
posted 28-Oct-2005 8:35pm  
Move away or kill them. No really just think of all of their bad qualities everytime they come to mind.
kitti723
(reply to Amanda) posted 28-Oct-2005 8:36pm  
No, high school sucked.
cabinfever
(reply to teatree) posted 30-Oct-2005 3:00am  
Oh, you had to bring up babies.... and suddenly, I was trying to envision my life without my little girl...I'm gonna go hug her and bawl now.
inlove2004
posted 31-Oct-2005 9:07am  
you dont ever get over loving some one because you used your hole heart in that and it hurts
xoaeroangel06
posted 4-Nov-2005 8:24am  
If you truly love that person than you never will stop loving them. BUT you can move on and learn to love someone else.
sam8988378
posted 5-Nov-2005 4:32pm  
remove all love songs from your hard drive, no love movies, no love songs on the radio, pharmaceuticals
jethroe1246
posted 8-Nov-2005 9:00pm  
I don't have a clue. I am 58 and had a much younger lover. The sex was terrific and the non sex was even better. She lit up my eyes. Today I got dumped and I have been crying like a baby. I feel no ill feelings toward her and would welcome her back with open arms (Damn, I am a sucker, huh). I have NEVER been in love this hard before. The end just came out of the clear blue. I had an old friend (male) come buy and we talked which helped alot. We made3 a date to play golf tomorrow morning. Golf helps me to relax. I have stopped crying. I read something beautiful the other day and sent it to her... "I wish I could return to this world as one of your tears... I would be born of your eyes, live on your cheek, and die on your lips" author unknown. I guess I will be okay. Just right now, I hurt so bad. Love never hurt this bad in all my life. I guess I need to leave the young one alone.
jojo_44dd
posted 15-Nov-2005 9:56am  
You never truly get over a true love
southernyankee
posted 18-Nov-2005 11:25pm  
Based on a few other people's expirences, usually anything that doesn't result in spending a night in jail or restraining orders should do.
morals
posted 20-Nov-2005 10:42am  
You need to meet new people.
docgbrown
posted 24-Nov-2005 6:57am  
You don't automatically get over them, but you DO move on.
FauxLo Survey Central Gold Subscriber
posted 27-Nov-2005 11:24pm  
You REPLACE them with someone else.
gazblade
posted 4-Dec-2005 5:58am  
Big tub of ice cream and plenty of time. Never thought I'd get over my ex but 6 months down the line met the most amazing girl in the world. :)
shorty189
posted 25-Dec-2005 6:13pm  
It takes time.
RGirl
posted 27-Jan-2006 12:43am  
Don't. Keep the passion in your heart, but not with bitterness. Keep it with you as a part of your life. Keep it around for reflection later, but not with self pity.
ultamate
posted 29-Jan-2006 1:58pm  
Only time can heal a broken heart
busybaker
posted 26-Feb-2006 6:02pm  
Only time will tell and heal.
thecomic22
posted 27-Mar-2006 11:58am  
i heard an expression somewhere that went like: ''The best way to get over somebody old, is to get under somebody new'' that dont always work. it's fun, lol, but not what i would call a cure.
goofy34
posted 5-Apr-2006 10:19am  
You don't. You continue to love them in your own way and continue to let them know it.
eloradanan
posted 16-May-2006 3:08am  
I don't know.
LJD Gold Qualifier
posted 21-May-2006 9:09pm  
Time is the best healer. A true love will always have a place in your heart, even though you may move on. My first love, died at age 27, even though we parted earlier, he'll always have a place in my heart...I wish he had lived...never know what life would have brought....he was a good man.
ausfox
posted 9-Jun-2006 2:15am  
I don't think there is a secret, just time.
Oscar
posted 18-Jun-2006 6:24pm  
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