The end of a relationship can really crush your heart and soul. Ever since my girlfriend and I broke up I’ve been feeling so empty and unsure of my future. It’s like I don’t even know what I want to do with my life anymore. I used to dislike thinking too far from the future but when we were together, I started imagining my days with her. We were going to make it big in our careers and we would come home to each other at the end of the day. She was the one for me but then things ended between us.
I tried keeping my normal routine for like 3 months but it didn’t seem right anymore. I would wake up, go to work, then come home. It’s a boring cycle. So I started drinking before sleep. 1 bottle turned to 2 then I couldn’t count it anymore. I used to work as a foreign affair matchmaker but then they forced me to resign because I was “too depressed for the hopeless romantics” my boss said. I feel bad for the people around me because they’re trying hard to support me but I just can’t seem to find the motivation to stop this drinking habit. Should I consult a professional? Do I voluntarily present myself for rehab?
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Moving on takes time. I knew that. I have helped a few friends move on. Alcohol, tinder, and some other things I can’t talk about have played a significant part in the process. But I never knew when it came to me, things would be different. And I am not really writing this as a moving on the motivation for people around me. I am writing this because I feel there are some things about a breakup that we never really address.
I also think that you have to fight until the end and not get a divorce because it is not a solution. Many times they give up and end up regretting after a while but it's already late. Personally, I was very close to making such a mistake, but I'm glad I realized that we have to talk and reach a common denominator, but not give up. In addition, we went to a family psychologist and he really helped us a lot. After that, I came across a useful site https://breakupangels.com/author/jennifer/ and from there I put many ideas into practice.