I am recently out of a four year lesbian relationship. The beginning was wonderful--the last year and half (new job--stresses) has been rocky. I became very self absorbed and somewhat controlling and not emotionally available. A month ago we broke-up--she moved out that week and started seeing someone at work--it was my birthday week. I am devestated, beyond belief. I can't eat, sleep, think, work--all I do is cry. I was just recently promoted to director at work and even though this is what I've been working towards for the past few years, none of this matters to me anymore. I feel so distraught inside and I'm having trouble keeping myself together. She says she needs time to figure out who she is and develope into her own person--doesn't know if/when she is coming back. We have three dogs together, two of which are hers, I'm probably going to lose the two when she moves out of her moms house and gets her own place at the end of the summer. Any advice?
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