How to get over your ex is something that I could write a million blog posts on and still not be done. Why, because it’s so complicated? Not at all. It’s because after a breakup, when you’re trying to figure out how to get over your ex, there are so many emotions, triggers, insecurities, questions, old wounds that resurface, etc., and THAT can get really complicated.

Looking back, every time after a breakup where I’ve been DEEP in the “shoot-me-now-I-have-no-reason-to-carry-on-why-couldn’t-I-have-just-been-good-enough-for-him?-I’ll-never-move-on-or-get-over-this,” quicksand, it was always a relationsh*t that I was getting over, never a relationship.

I’m not saying that healthy relationships are easy to get over (they’re not and can be very painful too), but when you’re in a mutual relationship that doesn’t work out for whatever reason, you’re still okay despite the heartbreak. Yes, you’ll probably be heartbroken after the breakup, but you have a sense of understanding. You’re not questioning your value, your worth, your sanity, or feeling like you no longer have an identity (we attract what we exude and mutual relationships always involve two connected people that are capable of empathy and healthy communication).

Emotionally unavailable, empathetically bankrupt and narcissistic exes that we entered relationsh*t territory with are the toughest most seemingly IMPOSSIBLE to get over. They not only cater to our worst fears, but they highlight all of our insecurities and mirror the dysfunction in the relationsh*t we have with ourselves.

Your ex’s words and actions consistently fail to match; there’s never any real finality or closure. And unlike a mutual and healthy relationship, the relationsh*t has drained you of any little self esteem, self love, sanity and trust that you had.

You’re left on an emotional driftwood without a compass because you entered the relationsh*t under the assumption that this person was going to be your compass, safe haven, solid ground; “make” you happy, “complete” you, etc. 

Not only is this an unfair burden to put on anyone, but it’s completely unrealistic. If you’re like I used to be and you keep trying to get lovers and friends to see in you what you can’t see in yourself, you will always be chasing after validation that will never be quiet good enough. Your life will be plagued with heartbreak, dissatisfaction, “bad luck,” victimization and never feeling like you’re appreciated, understood or accepted.

At this point in my life, if I had Jerry Maguire himself come into my house crying on bended knee and telling me that I completed him, I would be alarmed. I don’t want that kind of burden nor do I want to ever again place that burden on anyone else. Its our job to live, love, experience joy and evolve during our incredibly short time here on this planet. It’s NOT our job to go around completing people and telling ourselves that we need someone to complete us. If you keep doing this, you’ll drain yourself of your power and be on a constant “I’m-never-good-enough” spin cycle, continuing to waste your time trying to please the unappeasable – yourself & others.

Trying to figure out how to get over your ex can be maddening. Let’s simplify.

Here’s how to get over your ex (& stop emotionally and/or physically waiting around), in 10 steps:

Will you magically be over your ex immediately after reading these steps? Probably not, but it will create movement and movement is the only way that you can evolve and eventually move ON.

How to  get over your ex (and the relationsh*t as a whole)…

  1. Realize that in trying to figure out how to get over your ex, it’s not your ex that you’re having such a hard time with as much as it is having to let go of your idea of him (which is always based in the land of delusion, projections and having a “purpose,” and an “identity”). I’m not asking you to believe in fairy dust and unicorns here – I’m asking you to subscribe to reality and understand that YOU were the one that put your ex on that pedestal and you can just as easily take him down. It’s a decision away. If we were wired to put other people on pedestals, our necks wouldn’t hurt from looking up for too long.
  2. Understand that if your ex was truly someone that was worth missing, he would have found a way to exit the relationship without lying, cheating, making you question your value, being hot and cold, inducing jealousy, mind f*ckery, mixed signals, disrespect, etc. He would have found a way to respectfully communicate so that at the very least, you felt a sense of clarity despite natural heartbreak.
  3. The more you go out there seeking erasers, the more highlighters you will encounter. Going out on the town with the intention of “replacing” or erasing your ex will do nothing more than make you a magnet for people who highlight your ex’s absence and exemplify your misery.
  4. He will care about losing you when you don’t care about losing him (and you can energetically translate that). By energetically, I mean that you act in accordance with having your OWN back and staying on your white horse. NOT by acting with the intent of eliciting a reaction. And remember, if your ex is emotionally unavailable, he will only care about losing you in a selfish way (he will miss the you that was his sexual, emotional & motivational ATM). He won’t miss you in the way that you need, want and deserve to be missed. He will miss the you that provided for him and excused his hurtful behavior.
  5. Realize that the only way the relationsh*t could have worked is if it was 100% on his terms and if you accepted his hot and cold, hurtful behavior. No thanks. And just because you didn’t have boundaries in the relationsh*t, there’s no need to feel guilty for setting heathy boundaries now.
  6. I know it’s hard, but don’t subscribe to the “he’s a better guy in a better relationship with a better girl” crap. People aren’t capable of changing that quickly. I mean, he treated you with a serious lack of respect, love, loyalty and you’re still trying to figure out how to get over your ex, aren’t you? The person that needs to change is you. He’s proven to be consistently inconsistent and totally fine with being who he was before you, with you and who he will continue on to be after you because this is who he IS. You refusing to accept that is not him hurting you, it’s you re-injuring yourself so you can maintain some sense of pseudo control in an uncontrollable environment. Cats are going to meow – there’s no need to tie your worth to the cat meowing.
  7. Extinguish the 2 most destructive emotions. Figuring out how to get over your ex lies in minimizing destructive emotions. One of my favorite people, Tony Robbins always says that the 2 most destructive emotions are fear and anger. If you focus on what you’re grateful for, you murder the fear and anger because fear cannot reside in an environment of gratitude. Can’t think of anything to be grateful for? How about that you’re not being lied to, cheated on, disrespected, and no longer in a relationsh*t where you always felt alone? Be grateful that the toxicity is gone. It’s like the trash took itself out and you’re crying about the absence of it. KNOW what you’re mourning the loss of – not the trash being gone as much you mistaking the trash for a bar of gold.
  8. If he was perfect in the beginning and then revealed himself to be a f*cktard overtime, I promise you – he will do the same with the next girl. And that doesn’t make either of them “better” than you, it just makes them more tolerant and in denial of their own (and each others) bs.
  9. Grieve the death of the person you thought existed. This not only allows you to stop under-the-rug brushing and actually FEEL your feelings, it helps to establish the truth. As you begin to peel the layers, you realize that the ex you’re missing has become a figment of your delusion, projections, excuses self-deprecating/limiting beliefs and fears. You KNOW deep down he’s not the one for you. How much time are you willing to waste? To what extent are YOU willing to keep devaluing yourself?
  10. “I don’t need him anymore.” Make the decision to stop confusing being needed with being wanted. You don’t need anyone like you need oxygen. When you come from a place of emotional abundance and are no longer starving yourself and looking for others to complete you, you won’t get so excited over something as trivial as a text back. Also, when you’re emotionally providing for yourself, you won’t approach relationships with the “I need you to make me happy/complete me.” This eliminates you from being a sitting duck for emotionally unavailable relationsh*ts and also allows other people to feel more connected to you (and feel safe in being vulnerable with you). This quality also attracts the RIGHT kind of men and detracts the unavailables.

The women who typically find their exes coming back and making contact at one point or another are the ones that do the one thing their exes can’t do: match their words with their actions and no longer keep themselves captive in the emotional dessert. They recognize disrespect when they see it, minimize their words and MAXIMIZE their actions.

They ride off into the sunset on their own white horse.

#theonethatgotaway 🙂

– Natasha x

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Natasha! How do you always know exactly what I need to hear? I love you and your beautiful mind… You inspire me daily! Love this post!! Thank you for being that lifeline that I, and so many other women need.. ❤️❤️❤️

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XOXO

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Natasha, I can’t stop reading this. Every single time I read I get deeper into the article And it gives me a sense of understanding on a whole other level. Thank you for supporting me during this time.

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Best advice ever .
I’m so on the white horse and I’m still so heartbroken and trying to heal . But your words have helped me so much .
Thanks sis .
You know I read every one of your posts even if I don’t always comment
You truly make a difference
Thank you .❤️

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I am on my white horse too and trying to heal. What a journey!!!
Good luck sis.

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🙂 XOXO I’m loving the sisterhood and the love.

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Love you sister! Thank you! 🙂 xx

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Love this, Natasha!! Keep doing what you do:-)

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Happy it was helpful! 🙂 XOXO

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Natasha, bless you sister for putting yourself and your experience to service for the rest of us. Nine days ago I was dumped by my 3 year partner. I was blindsided. No idea he was even unhappy. Eight days ago I discovered he’d been seeing another woman. A woman I personally hired to tutor his troubled nephew, who lived with us. A woman who’d been widowed less than a week before they started up. The pain for the first few days was crippling. I literally could not stop thinking about them. Let me correct that…obsessing about them.
The day I started reading your blog was the day I started toheal. Every single fucking word in this post is true. Without exception. The fog is starting to clear, I am starting to eat, sleep, and exercise again. I know the two of them are a fucking train wreck. And I don’t think it’ll be too long before I forgive him for removing his toxicity from my life. I’m already glad, though I’m also still sad and a little crazy…though not acting on it. The point is, I’m healing and your words were the trigger.

Thank you, thank you, thank you.

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Sherri, you brought me to tears. Thank you for the love, support and for taking the time to share your truth. Thank you for also allowing me to feel less alone in my experiences, feelings and pain. You are a gem. Keep that beautiful head of yours high and just know that you’re never alone. You’re part of a tribe here; you’re loved, supported & believed in. Always. All my love to you soul sister! XO

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I am whst you speak of in this blog, it’s s hard words can’t explain..lost so much, of myself, of hopes, and dreams..so much pleasure and yet so much pain all in one. The best love making I ever had, and yet the most horrendous heartbreak i have yet to experience….so lost for words, soul ripped out, lies, broken promises..inconsistencies..turning up at mine all hours of the night, were I began to think that was love. I know now I had no self esteem when I met him, at the time I was looking for someone to love me, to distract me from the emptiness I felt inside and the hate I felt for myself .for having previously got my self into a bad relationship….I became the abuser, and welcomed him into my life of crazy! I somehow feel responsible for the pain we both feel, but is it so that he too was a damaged soul? Lost and somehow believing I was his hope, the one…all unanswered questions, yet so little time..before he returns, only for the cycle to repeat itself. But I will not open the door…..this time.

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Looovvveeee!!! Ladies, stay on the White horse! Often times we can never see our own self-worth after a relationship has ended. Just remember when you feel like you are pining away for that douche/relationship that did you wrong, it’s like trying to piece together a shattered mirror. It will never be the same.

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Yes!! Thx Alex! 🙂 xoxo

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The heart of a narcissist has true desire to find love even though it escapes his somewhat empty soul. As one who has been left, the knowing of wrongs committed leaves no strength to build from or desire to. This state of brokenness….sometimes too large to do anything about. So it is with acceptance and loss of desire; ones direction, ones fate is had moment by moment to live without the love inside. I want what I can’t have; this struggle has no love.

Love to you Natasha ♥

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Wyatt – you have a gift. Truly. All my love to you too friend! XO

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Love. Love. Love. Especially the whole, “he’s a better person with a better girl” bit. I have been left questioning my worth, and why I couldn’t have been more. I always picture him with a more beautiful girl than I, and she’s perfect, and he’s happy with her and suddenly he’s the ideal man. With her. Why? Why do I do that to myself? Thank you for putting things into perspective. I’m still grasping at reality here, still accepting our present situation, and it all hurts more because we share a child. A beautiful child. My dreams, my sweet dreams, lay completely shattered at my feet. I don’t know where to go from here, except onward, and your posts always nudge me in the right direction. It was such a realtionshit. Thank you.

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I’m so happy it helped! All my love to you P! What you’re feeling is normal. You’re not alone XOXO

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This blog has been my only gold source for healing and starting to move on. It’s been two months and had failed a couple of times by seeking validation but I’m deciding now to start building my self-esteem again and stay on my white horse for good.
Thank you Natasha.. .❤️

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You go girl. Proud of you 🙂 Thanks for the love, support and for being a part of this tribe 🙂 all my love to you soul sister! xx

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Love this article! This is exactly the advice I have been wanting off friends and family for years but no one has understood. Thank you 🙂

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Glad it helped! Thanks Em!! 🙂 xx

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You couldn’t have written this at a better time. I have been reading your blog for months and getting better and better and the last month or 2 I have felt amazing. And just Thursday my mind reverted for whatever reason and you posted this and made me feel amazing again. Thank you thank you

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YAYYYYYY 🙂 I’m happy it helped! Thanks Karina! XOXO

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I really needed this post, I was having a tough day missing him and being torn between feelings of yearning for the good times and ferling so rejected and abandoned.

I have been on the White horse for over three months now, and I am glad to see how strong I’ve been. Despite a couple of wobbles, I am determined to stay balanced and be the one that got away.

Thank you xx

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YES! You go girl. Stay on that white horse and just know that you’re loved, supported and never alone. Thank you for being a part of this tribe xxxx

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I’ve been up and down with a break up for over 4 months, while my ex is ok and has moved on to his next girlfriend- after our 4 years together… Natasha your posts are always amazing and get right to the point that i need when i’m feeling totally lost – thank you xx

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Thanks Louise 🙂 I’m happy that they have helped! Sending you my love xxxx

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I really like your website you are so nice and helpful and make so much sense!

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Thanks Nina! 🙂 xo

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He was in and out of my life for several years, offering me crumbs to keep me emotionally invested. I have not spoke to him in three months I have no intention of speaking to him, but admittedly miss him still, he has been with his new girlfriend for 5 months. Found out today she is pregnant .. It didn’t sting as much as I thought. However, it still bothered me that he seems to have it all nice, I know you say people don’t change they unfold but he seems to have given her his all, hope my day will come Natasha Xx big loves to you and your fantastic writing

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I know how devastating this situation is because I’ve been there before. I’m not going to make assumptions, but as I’ve said before here on the blog – unfortunately marriage and kids are not indicators or prerequisites to a changed, reformed or emotionally healthy individual. Your day has come Joanne, it’s right NOW. You are loved, supported, believed in and I am so grateful that you are part of this tribe. Sending you love xx

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Thanks a million for your reply Natasha, as others have said on your site you really are a tonic for us girls who have had our heads messed with.. as you have yourself. My mother says it’s a blessing that this idiot is out of my life .. I keep hoping I’ll have the last laugh. Thanks again I hope you’re well too xxxxxx

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My X broke up with. E via email! Really?! We only dated for 7 months, during the finalization of my divorce. I wasn’t looking for and didn’t want a serious or long distance relationship. I knew and told him that investing in the same & becoming vulnerable only to have more emotional trauma was not what I needed. Before I knew it, we were back and forth almost every weekend. HE talked of the future. HE opened the calendar for dates we could get together. He discussed marriage, vacations…. AND he, shopped compulsively for himself, had rigid routines he would t/ could t change when I was there or he was here. He collected expensive things, always looked for himself and allowed, expected and let me pay for my plane fare, his (sometimes, with my miles), expensive meals and even grocery shopping when I was there and would cook huge dinners – I love cooking. Yet, I just got divorced. I am an attorney but am not employed. I am not wealthy, am on my own and have 2 kids in college. He Lways had a routine, scheduled,e that could not EVER be strayed from, even for me. He wanted better communication. If I tried to address anything ( detracted from my awe and his ego) he would simply say” oh, we don’t think alike- you’re trying to pick a fight. ” He alwYs took pics of us, sent them to everyone and ” showed me off”. Now, he hasn’t responded to me, says he can’t give me what I wanted- HE talks of future and I’ve sat here saying to self that I never should have opened my mouth, that I should have never bought into his shit, I’m an idiot. He wants all until now I’m on my own and he can’t deal with emotions- emotionally constipated. Now I read your 10 steps every dY. It’s been 3 weeks, it sucks! I wonder f he misses me, thinks of me and will ever call. Then, I read your blog and remember that I don’t feel right with him, he can’t love me or miss me as I would want and I dodged a bullet BUT, it’s still hard and I feel a loss. Totally crazy

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You’re not alone Jamie; I know it’s hard. Thank you for reading and sharing XO

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Jamie, I know how you feel! Sometimes I wonder if my person misses me too (I know he does, through words aka texts aka lazy communication) but why should we have to make the changes and sacrifices in a relationship when the other person won’t budge at all? My person also had a routine. Everything was on his terms, around the convenience of his schedule. He was so predictable yet so consistently inconsistent like Natasha describes. And still, anytime he would say he couldn’t meet cuz he was busy (and where sadness and disappointment from rejection would quickly follow), I would feel a bigger thrill or like I was winning a bigger prize when HE would be the one to “spontaneously” ask me to meet with him.

One of the best things I read on one of these dating advice blogs was that we can’t see the red flags when we’re wearing rose-colored glasses. It’s only when we remove ourselves from the situation and examine/assess the relationship objectively can we really see all of the red flags (and there are a lot when you’re dating an emotionally unavailable/ambivalent man child)!!

Stay strong!

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I love seeing the sisterhood and support XOXO

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I’m glad I found this site. I’ve read the steps over and over and some days are just harder than others. My head knows but my heart is having a hard time catching up. I hate break-ups. I miss him and just like others I wonder if he misses me. We have little communication but no mention of the “relationship” All day my heart has ached because I’m thinking about him and wondering if anyone asks his if he’s ok? Stupid right ? I’m having a hard time moving on. I made a move to another city, not only to be with him but in hopes to start my career. 3 months later a huge fight and on a bus back “home.” Just . Like. That.
That whit horse you speak of, I’m having a hard time getting on. :(.

Thank you for allowing me to come here and vent.

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Hi Ricki! I’ve been exactly where you are and I know how you’re feeling. You’re not alone. Thank you for sharing and just keep coming back here to the blog. You are loved, supported & believed in xo

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Thank you, thank you for being a motivation in keeping our dignities. Love you and what you stand for!!!

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Thx beautiful 🙂 xo

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Wow… I stumbled on this website while on the treadmill at the gym with tears in my eyes after I Googled does he miss me? You are so right! I am grieving the person I *thought* he was. And I keep questioning myself could I have been better, could I have been prettier, smarter? I thought I gave him everything that he wanted and needed but I now realize that I never got any of that from him. Making a list of all of the crappy things and qualities about him seems to help and setting goals and positive affirmations for myself helps to ease some of the pain of wondering will he be better for his next girlfriend? That’s what kills me inside… I realize now that he has a pattern of cheating behavior and I highly doubt he will be faithful to her either. I almost feel sorry for his next victim.

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You go girl. So proud of you for coming to this realization and honored to have had a small part in helping 🙂 You’ve got this and you’re not alone. XO

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I just discovered your site today and it is on point. I needed thise words. My ex broke up with me after a fight (that he created) and I was left alone to figure out how a simole phone call turned into a fight that turned into a break up. It has been almost 2 months. It hurts like hell. He has not contected me but I contacted him for his birthday. I feel bad but it is what it is. I question everything. It hurts so bad. I feel like I die alone with my cat on my lap…my frontal lobe is getting the best of me…I know I will be fine…I just want to know when.
This website is awesome.

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Thanks Kristin 🙂 Happy that you like it!! You’re not alone XO

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It’s taken me 3 years & a lot of set backs but I’m finally closer to purchasing the white horse. Not quite on it yet but definitely closer than I have ever been. I discovered you through another article on how we can’t get over the ex that we know isn’t right for us. Your words are resonating!! I have allowed myself to give in to him on several occasions (not my proudest moments) & I set myself back. He never changed – still the selfish self centered asshat he always was. But every time I had a set back, the angrier I got. Not at him but myself. I think meeting him in a parking lot (I said not my proudest moment) & then him telling me I couldn’t call him because his gf checks his phone bill was it for me! I need to get that horse!! I think I sunk as low as I could possibly sink. You were so on point with all 10 but letting go of anger is so true. It fuels so much & it’s hard to let go of that. But I realized what a dirtbag he was & a user & just not a nice person. He wasn’t who I fell in love with & he belongs with his gf, she’s as classless as he is.
Breakups suck, short or long term relationships but finding someone like you that writes realistically, that writes on a level we can all relate to is an awesome thing! Don’t ever stop – you are my new bookmark! I read you when I feel weak – you give me strength! Don’t ever change baby!! Love ya thanks!

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You’ve brought me to tears Meredith! Thank you so much for your love, sisterhood and support. I promise to keep at it, I’m honored to have played a small part in your realizations and I’m thankful that you’re a part of this tribe.

You are loved, believed in and supported. Sending you positive vibes soul sister 🙂 xxxx

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I left a comment in September about the guy I loved, getting another girl pregnant in a matter of months … I have come a long way since then and was doing great, even got laid off from work and still positive. Until today .. have not spoke to the ex in six months and an old friend told me he’s been asking after me, questions how I am, what I’m up to, why my car isn’t outside my house anymore etc etc it really angered me initially and hate the thought of him looking outside my house into my life. However, this evening unexpectedly I felt saddened ! I came to your blog straight away as it helps me so much, I thought I was over him 😞 #setback

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You did the right thing Joanne; keep coming back here to the blog. I know how hard it is, but YOU WILL get back to the positivity. Stay on your white horse and just know that you’re not alone xxxxx

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Hi Natasha… I came here few months ago… I’ve had a bad relationship where I was financially, physically and mentally exploited and drained….. I used to stay hungry and save money for him and give him so much of everything I could…. His family did not help him so I did…… Then he used all the money and love and became the guy girls die for….. He got another girl, himself went to propose her…… and gave me vague reasons that I’m faulty…. and broke up with me everyday and abused me…. That I’ve a narrow mind and he is innocent…. He never told me that he was with another woman and always told me that the problem was with me… We were from different religions. I kept trying for months to convince him to stay unaware that he was with another girl…. I kept crying for over an year… He is very happy with her and plans to marry her… Recently he called me… And said that he loves me. Hard to admit, I’m a dumbass that I believed him and again went to him…. And then again he said that he cannot come back and is ignoring me since then….
I’m having the same torture for the second time….
I’ve lost everything… He used me…. And it was the most important time of my career life. He did it before every important exam. And every year I failed…. He always failed and did not have the money…. He was so thin and I still loved him like he was the best… He used me and now he says ‘tables have turned’…. I was a toper and now ive failed and he has all the happiness… Karma they say… I don’t know Natasha…
You sound like the most classic strong woman…. I’m not like you…. I’m weak… Keep doing the good work….. You’ll be the best…..

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You’re stronger than you know. I used to feel so weak and if I can get out of the emotional doldrums, SO.CAN.YOU. You are loved, supported and never alone. xo

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Can you PLEASE PLEASE write a post on these f*cktards and their way of getting over the relationship? Specifically the ones that keep trolling to keep control then vanish when you try to establish boundaries. To make you feel like you don’t love them anymore of course. Like really?? My mind doesn’t shut off with how he’s feeling or doing in his own “recovery”.

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Love that topic! Thanks Deb! Will try to write about that soon 🙂 x

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Hi Natasha; I recently discovered your blog and so much of it resonates with me and my own experience. I’ve been pining after the same guy for almost 15 years, a guy who I’d definitely consider to be emotonally unavailable/a borderline narcissist. A few years ago, I finally decided to break the pattern of him popping in and out of my life, trying to “make things work” (aka feeling me out to see if I would fall for his bullshit and then bailing when things didn’t go his way). I cut off contact with him completely, no explanation, no closure, I basically just quit cold turkey. Every once in a while he would still try to contact me but I would never really engage with him; I thought I’d genuinely moved on. It took almost 4 years before I finally decided to “be the bigger person” and let him add me on social media again. Then my curiosity got the better of me and I found out he’s with a new girlfriend. They’ve been together for a few years now, his longest relationship yet to date, and they’re always posting lovey-dovey shit about eachother. She especially NEVER stops going on and on about how perfect/sweet/amazing he is and it absolutely infuriates me. I know I shouldn’t care and I know in all likelihood he’s probably still a chronic cheater/liar (since he’s been this way with pretty much every long-term girlfriend he’s ever had). But still, I can’t help thinking that I might’ve missed my opportunity to be with him and that this chick just happened to come in and swoop him up at the right time. Like, did I screw this up by ignoring him for so long and not giving him another chance? It’s killing me and I don’t really no how to deal it; I just can’t understand how his girlfriend can’t see him for who he really is. They’ve been together for a while now so it’s not like there hasn’t been enough time to really get to know him better. Is she really THAT oblivious or is he really THAT good of an actor? Im just so confused and it’s eating me up.

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Hi Sarah!

Thank you 🙂 I’m glad that the blog has helped! I wish that I could advise and answer your questions, but I have too much to say to type it all out not enough hands to type or hours in the day. I would also need more details. This is why I cannot give specific advice/answers in the comments.

Thanks for your love, for reading and for your understanding. Keep coming back here to the blog.

I do offer one-on-one coaching if you’re interested.

All my love to you soul sister.

You’re not alone XOXO

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Hi Natasha & girls

Natasha I know you are busy and cannot reply but I was wondering if other girls could give me some advice? It has been almost 3 months since he suddenly broke up with me. I 100% thought he would crawl back and regret it as we had a great relationship. Is there any chance he may still or if he was going to would it have happened by now? I am trying so hard but am struggling to let go cause I keep thinking he may return 🙁

Any advice would be amazing 🙂

xx

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I’m happy to help Jess. Fill out this form if you’re interested: https://postmalesyndrome.com/coaching/

You’re not alone. xx

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