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By Anonymous / Tuesday 12 March 2013 18:40 / Canada - London
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By  GigaPudding_fml  |  24

Perhaps what she was trying to say was that you shouldn't be wasting your time thinking about someone who doesn't want to be with you because you deserve better than that. Or maybe your mom is just a bitch.

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  Conasaur  |  8

They could still have hope. Just trying your best to get is all they can do and they might eventually see that breaking up was the best route for their relationship.

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  lincolnkite  |  6

Still better than my mom. My Ex and I broke up about 2 years ago. My mom has frame pictures of her still on the wall, and every family reunion everyone asks me how she is doing.

By  Jemm_fml  |  29

Moms: Not good at everything. Sorry she said that OP, I know how it feels to the T. Find a friend who understands and supports you and don't confide in your mom on this topic again.

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  Lionesse  |  15

That actually works if it is done intentionally. When I had to hike 15 miles once, after a couple of hours I would start to complain about my feet hurting. My friend said something outrageous to me that completely occupied my attention to the point where I finished the hike and didn't think about my feet anymore. Physiological crap is interesting.

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  HooyoMacaan  |  7

She is a bitch for telling the truth? Realistically speaking he most likely isn't thinking of her. Sbe might have been able to word it better but I bet OP is being overly dramatic. It's crazy how overused bitch is, but how comfortable people are to use it against mothers even if its their own is fucking disgusting.

By  ColdplaySucks  |  18

Well if you weren't planning to marry him, then you won't get anywhere being mopey. Just get over it.

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  rabidpeach  |  4

no, they prob werent going to get married. doesnt say anywhere but folks dont run for mommie consolation unless they live with them. and she's right, dood prob doesnt think about her like that.

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  lidget  |  5

It depends how close you are with your family. I haven't lived in the same city as my parents in two years and have never known someone who gives better life advice than my mom. Talking to a parent about a bad breakup says nothing about OP's living situation

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  fishstick557  |  14

5 have you ever loved someone so much and they just left you hopeless and confused? You may have reacted differently IF it even happened but have a heart. OP is hurt and she can't even go to her mother for support

By  garrett1999o3  |  16

Match her up with a boyfriend and when they break-up and she says that,simply reply with "Pft. I bet he doesn't think about you every day" ;)

By  GigaPudding_fml  |  24

Perhaps what she was trying to say was that you shouldn't be wasting your time thinking about someone who doesn't want to be with you because you deserve better than that. Or maybe your mom is just a bitch.

By  james9120  |  7

Get over it. We have have problems

By  curlstar  |  6

Keeping busy is your best bet. Find someone to talk to who isn't so dismissive, but don't take too much of their time talking about your ex - friends like that can be exhausting. Talk about positive things too, it'll cheer you up!

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