She is engaged and I can't get over her?

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  • She is engaged and I can't get over her?


Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 11:39
she meant by you should of told her you're feelings for her before she started seeing somebody else. now I know what you are going through, because the same thing happened to me, I was a shy guy and fell in love with a girl I had feelings for since grade school, and I know she had felt the same way too at times because she was kind of shy herself. I finally got my nerve up one day to talk to her but she was already seeing someone at the time. And soon they ended up getting engaged in high school. They got married afterwards. The lesson is that no matter how hard it is losing someone you thought you were going to end up with, it just wasn't meant to be. As in you weren't really ready for it, otherwise you would had acted sooner on it. So don't live with regrets and think that you can't move on, because you really can. It just takes time. You will find the person perfect for you someday, and what you can do for this person is wish her the best. Maybe you can still have her as a friend.
Answer #2 | 19/12 2013 11:45
Things that helped me get over my relationship: 1. Keeping myself busy and occupied doing things I really like doing. Forcing myself to do those things. 2. Finding an online community. 3. Exercising and running a lot. 4. Talking it out.
Answer #3 | 19/12 2013 11:47
You should of spoken up. But you didn't, so now your left with a empty heart. You need to go out and date and date many. You will find another like her but much better! You will fall in love again. One can love many times, but it doesn't mean they can keep those loves. Just be happy you knew her and move on. Your heart feels heavy. WE ALL go through a broken heart. And guess what? WE ALL find another.
Answer #4 | 19/12 2013 13:15
You will get over her when you get tired of focusing on it. Life is short and you lose a lot of it by continuing to think there is no one else for you. Meanwhile, be the best you can be in your career. Do things for others in need which is the best way to get over your own problems. You said it best when you wrote' There is nothing left to say to her'. So move on and if she should by chance contact you after she is married and unhappy; run far away from her. I agree with some of Simones answers . Talking it over only prolongs it though.

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