Thanks for those of you who have replied to the first post but I think there was some misunderstanding I didn't mean replacing as just to move on or use anyone else to get over another I kind of meant it in the way that, we all considered our ex to be "the one" so how do you really know you should put yourself back in the game? And i don't mean taking your past with you into a new relationship but instead trying to have better and letting go completely of your past? Most people say when your completely healed and others same it's different for them what has worked for you?
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