By Anonymous - 08/05/2011 19:21 - United States
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Seriously? Contemplating your life over some one night stand boyfriend? Stop whining like a bitch, grow up, and get over it. If can't handle the "drama", wait 4 more years before having another date. No wonder he broke up with you. YDI.
Was OP's Dad being a bit insensitive? Yeah. Do I blame him? No. It's worrying to me that OP feels "life isn't really worth living" because she's not in a relationship anymore. Especially after 3 months-you kind of need to toughen up there. All it says about you is that your not secure enough in your own skin, and not mature enough to be in a relationship OP.
It bothers me that her 'life is over' because her boyfriend broke up with her and she is being whiny, but isn't your dad supposed to atleast show you support and hey he could've lied a little for her. She also could've of been really close to this guy 3 months is a longer time then it seems. But then again she could be a drama queen so.
omg three months thats ages you poor thing you should put on sum sexy shoes and just go out nd find a new guy!!!!! dont worry bout him (: (: MEN ARE ALL ASSHOLES THEY DESERVE TOO ROT (except my bf chad hehehehehehe)
397 because your comment is stupid. I'll list a few things. "all men are stupid". What about ghandi, or MLK jr.? That's like me saying all women are sluts, (in your case thats true). 2nd you ate stupid. The way you write, your profile picture, etc. I could eat a bowl of alphabet soup and shit a better paragraph then you. You are so fucking stupid, please shut up.
That's bogus, but come OP, it was only 3 months, you shouldn't get attached so easily.
^yeah, HahaYDI has a point. I was best friends with a guy for 4 years, despite my knowing of him having a history of cheating on his girlfriends I took the risk thinking it'd be different and unofficially dated him for about a month. by the time he got the courage up to ask me to go out with him and I said yes, was the day he cheated. I could say I was extremely devastated for the longest while so this person has a point
68/104: You're right-- we don't know the details. However, this is a perfect example of why it's important to retain your self-identity when you're in a relationship. I can totally understand being devastated after a breakup, but thinking you've lost your reason to live is a huge red flag. Even after you get married or otherwise make a long-term commitment to someone, letting your self-worth become dependent on that person is a bad idea, and can even destroy a healthy relationship.