I was with the love of my life for 6 years. I was having an engagement ring made when she told me one day that we have to break. I've never been through a harder break and don't think I ever will. It was heavy for me. As a mature adult should...I moved on. After the initial depression, I got back out there and started dating and even was with a new gf for about a year, then that ended because I knew it just wasn't what I wanted. I've been unable to move on. All I can do is think about her and wonder if I should give it another shot. I want to move on, I've just not found anyone that gets me goin inside the way she did. I feel like I'm obsessive and somewhat of a stalker because I never stop thinking about her...I don't stalk her...I just feel that way. Anyone have any advice? Do you think it's worth it to try and contact someone who broke up with you? Do you think it's just pathetic and one should force themselves into new relationships? What if you feel that the person you're missing is the only one? Help me put my heart to rest.
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