1. I'm so sorry to hear that you are going through this OP. I went through something similar when I broke up with my ex-fiance, I gave everything I could to her, and did anything and everything to make her happy, but she didn't do the same in return. It hurt for years afterwards to even think of her name, let alone see her or hear her name. It will get better, it just will take some time, which is okay, and you definitely deserve someone better, who will treat you the way you treated him. I know you're struggling with your emotions rn, but just take things one day at a time, and things will get better slowly but surely.

  2. I appreciate you taking time out of your day to write this, it means a lot to me, thank you and I hope you're doing good! Much love <333

  3. You're welcome, I'm doing better now thankfully, I finally found someone new who I hope is the one (fingers crossed) but we'll see. I hope that you are able to get over him and find happiness at least with yourself soon.

  4. I feel very similar but with different circumstances. Loss is tough, it’s a feeling I’ve never quite had in full force before. I hope you can find peace in something besides substances, I say this as someone hooked on two things, and I realize now fully years later that it wasn’t the answer. I recommend finding a therapist, and find things to do that give you a reason to be awake and hopefully sober, even if just something like a video game. Take care of yourself. Drinking is a one way ticket I’m still trying to return. Much love 💗

  5. I know alcohol isn't the answer, and I need to quit, but it's just so damn hard, it's thr only thing that gives me any relief. I've tried video games, books, movies, and other things and they work for a time, but it's always there in the back of my mind, never quite going away. I also don't really trust therapists anymore, i had a bad experience with one when i was a child (he told everything i told him, which was supposed to be confidential, to my parents who then used it against me), but i know i need to at least talk to someone about it, i just dont have anyone like that anymore. I hope you can quit drinking for good soon. Safe travels on the road to recovery.

  6. You aswell, be careful. I say the therapy thing cuz it’s been a real life changer for me. I actually had the same exact issue when I was a kid with a therapist and my parents. How old are you? I had to wait til I was an adult with my own insurance before I trusted doing that again. Keep it in the back of your mind for the future buddy. Safe travels

  7. I'm 35, I have thought about going back from time to time, but the memory of what happened keeps me from wanting to, and the issue of money. For a long time as well I was fine, because I was also using drugs fairly often, but I have since gotten clean, but I still can't quit alcohol no matter how hard I try. The most I can do is a month or two sober then I'm back at it again.

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