|How do You get over Someone?; Share your methods here|
|Topic Started: Aug 7 2012, 01:54 PM (817 Views)|
|Doctor Eros Fandango||Aug 7 2012, 01:54 PM Post #1|
It has been quite a while since I created a topic.
It would be too easy to trade sob stories on why or how someone broke up with you. Not all break ups are negative, sometimes a relationship really will run its course, and it is time to move on.
I want to know just how one starts the process of moving on.
What do you do to move past a relationship?
Do you spend more time with family & friends?
Do you exercise more?
Do you volunteer to help others?
Do you speak to Gods other than me?
Do you engage in NSA fun?
Do you throw rotten eggs at your former lover’s car?
Do you throw urine mixed water balloons at your former beloved, or their new companion?
Do you curl up in a chair, eat ice cream, and watch old Hugh Grant movies?
Do you blog about it, or hit message boards as a means to purge yourself?
For me, I have done a few things after a break-up.
Back in the 1990s, I would retreat into Pro-Wrestling, comics, and video games. Back then, I was far from the CLG that you all know, love, and desire secretly.
By the 2000s, after my last serious break-up, I became a serious workaholic. I would work double shifts at the hotel. I would pull serious overtime. Those were good times, but stressful times as well.
I needed a release from my broken heart, and heavy workload.
Then it happened. Endowed with an already miraculous physique, ebony-coated skin, infinite charisma, discounted hotel stays, and money to burn, I evolved into Doctor Eros, the Chocolate Love God.
The last person to break my heart was she whom I shall only call Hollywood.
With all my enhanced attributes, Hollywood, once the undisputed love of my life, became a long distant memory.
I could add more, but why make things always about me?
Friends, cool cats, pretty kitties, approach me, and share your tales of triumph over tragedy.
I love pretty kitties.
For anyone new to a Sam Wilson thread, please note that I am not the morality police.
Feel free to post your true feelings on any topic of discussion I create.
I am not here to judge.
I only want to gain new insight, and offer a forum where people can come together, and share their experiences.
|Truthie||Aug 7 2012, 02:02 PM Post #2|
What worked (works) for me: total self-indulgence. Just complete focus on me: exercise (because I love it), education (learn something new), erotica (make myself look Gorgeous and sexy). It makes me feel so good while I'm in mourning. When relationships end, we are in mourning typically, for that relationship. We probably go through all the stages of grief as well until we finally get around to acceptance.
I have found that even if I have a rift between husband, I follow the same, though abbreviated, recipe.
Edited by Truthie, Aug 7 2012, 02:05 PM.
|Rick1||Aug 7 2012, 02:04 PM Post #3|
Sam, doesn't sound like nothing will work for you. You were end too deep.
No solution will work overnite but some new pussy will help with the recovery as good as anything else.
|Truthie||Aug 7 2012, 02:09 PM Post #4|
I don't think I'll tell my son this after his first heartbreak.
|Rick1||Aug 7 2012, 02:10 PM Post #5|
||Not if he's 40.|
|Truthie||Aug 7 2012, 02:12 PM Post #6|
NOT if he's 40? Wouldn't it work for a grown ass man?
I'm saying, I wouldn't give this advice to my teenager.
When he's 40 he's on his own.
Sorry, Sam. You know you'll be fine. Heck, you'll be even better - her [Sari] loss, whatever.
Edited by Truthie, Aug 7 2012, 02:14 PM.
|Rick1||Aug 7 2012, 02:13 PM Post #7|
||I didn't think men needed as much closure to move on.|
|Doctor Eros Fandango||Aug 7 2012, 02:15 PM Post #8|
For me, I get over stuff by throwing myself into other projects. It was ironic that she left me just when I finally started making money.
I mostly have to remind myself that what is done is done.
I would be foolish to use my time travel abilities to create a better outcome for myself.
I started the Pie Therapy Sessions because my job became overly stressful.
But between the financial surplus, and the Pie Therapy Sessions, I had no need to pity myself, or curse Hollywood.
So, I can say that in general, it is best to find some new activity for oneself once a relationship ends.
|Doctor Eros Fandango||Aug 7 2012, 02:16 PM Post #9|
That stuff with Hollywood is in the past. That was nearly 10 years ago.
I just brought her up as an example.
|Truthie||Aug 7 2012, 02:17 PM Post #10|
I don't even know what closure is. I say, fuck it.
I never understood friends saying they needed to understand. Just say, fuck it & move on.
I don't use profanity much. But in those cases, fuck it.
My philosophy: Make yourself better, make them regret what they've lost. Doesn't matter of you ever see or talk to them again, just put your best self out there.
Edited by Truthie, Aug 7 2012, 02:19 PM.
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