By fleckney26 - United Kingdom - Leicester
Today, I realised I've been depressed about my recent break up for longer than the relationship even lasted. FML
fleckney26 tells us more :
Op here, first of all, thanks for the support. Mostly. It's not actual depression, just feeling rather miserable about it all, especially as many of my friends are all in happy relationships that I see every day. We dated for just over three months, and I guess the main reason I'm still upset is that she was my first proper girlfriend, first kiss, and at the risk of sounding a bit too pathetic, my first love. To those saying that I should get out and find a hobby, I do. I play the French horn in and out of school, and I'm in the Air Training Corps, which takes up nearly all my free time. The only problem is, she does exactly the same, so I still see her every day and we regularly have camps together, so it's hard to avoid her. Saying that, we are still friends, and the break up was very calm, so there are no hard feeling between us. Anyway, sorry for the long comment, and thanks for getting this posted!
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  iwadasn  |  32

People go running to a therapist for everything these days. It's a breakup. People break up all the time, and the majority of people move on instead of feeling sorry for themselves. Whining to someone else won't help her; she needs to stop dwelling on the past and get on with her life.

  gracehi  |  31

Who said anything about a therapist? #3 never suggested that "someone" should be a professional. And sometimes talking to a friend can give you comfort and perspective. I'd say #3 gave sound advice.

By  19990231  |  29

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