'My girlfriend ditched me all of a sudden...'
Dear Diana, I'm 29 and recently went through a painful breakup. My ex-girlfriend began to realise that I'm not good enough for her.
All of a sudden, whatever I did was silly and my jokes weren’t funny anymore. Two weeks ago, when she told me that she could not be with me, I was startled. I never thought in the five years we were together that she will say or do anything like that. During the past few days, I learned so much about myself because of whatever happened to our relationship. I’ve noticed that nothing affects me anymore.
You need to move on and the faster you do it, the better for you. Not that it will be easy, but you have to. Don’t keep tabs on her or harbour thoughts of trying to get in touch with her. You will have to force yourself to get over her You probably thought the bond was unbreakable, but she did not have the same values and ideals. Be thankful that you found out her true colours. When you feel down in the dumps, remember there is no point being morose and glum because this woman did not value you. Find someone who will love you for what you are.
Diana will solve it!
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