People change

and friends leave, and life doesn't stop for anyone.

I used to think the worst thing in life was to end up all alone. It’s not. The worst thing in life is to end up with people who make you feel all alone.

—Robin Williams (via wordsnquotes)

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Anonymous asked: Hey .. I hope this isn't too personal but I was wondering how you would recommend coping after a breakup? I just got out of a long term relationship and I'm really not sure how to deal with it... so I was wondering if you had any tips or advice for how to deal with such stuff? thanks!


Hey there! Having a long term relationship sucks, there’s no getting around that. Of course, the reasons why it eventually ended are completely unique to every situation so all I can do is give you my personal experiences/opinions, the rest is up to you.

The hardest part about an LTR ending is suddenly having to go about your life without that other person in it. You spend most of your time together, touch and speak to each other, and your lives are pretty much intertwined (especially if you live together). I felt so strange for the first several weeks and wondered a few times if I’d made the right choice. But it ended for good reason and eventually the emotional attachment fades away and when I’m done emotionally, that’s it for me, I become completely indifferent from there on out.

Don’t go back to a relationship simply because you don’t want to be alone or because not being with that person is something new and strange to you. Likewise, don’t go rushing into another one because you feel the need to be with someone. I may or may not have done that but like I said, I came to terms with my last relationship ending and I was okay with it. If you’re the kind of person who needs more time before moving on, then by all means take that time for yourself. You come before anyone else and your happiness should never depend upon another person, only you. If you want to go out and bang a bunch of people, be safe but by all means go for it if that’s what you really want. If you want to take time just for yourself for a while and stay single, cool beans, just so long as you enjoy yourself.

Hope this helps and wasn’t rambling too much lol.

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