My ex-fiance and i had a very immediate seperation. i don't want to go into too many details, but he feels uncomfortable around my daughter because of things that were said. He is yo-yoing my emotions. tells me one minute that we can work things out and the next that it is over. break-up is only two weeks old. we were engaged for one month, and together for a year and a half. he has already moved on and is seeing someone else. I still pine for him. he tells me that i need to give him time and space or he doesn't want ANYTHING to do with me at all. it is processed in my head, but not in my heart. he was the only friend i had for the year and a half we were together so a move two hours away takes me away from all friends. he is all i have to talk to. how do i make myself stop talking to him and how do i get myself to move on? i even went grocery shopping the other day and seen his favorite brand of bbq sauce and started crying. any advice asap would be very helpful.
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