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#1
I recently (3 months ago) split up with my boyfriend of 18 months. I was totally and utterly heartbroken, I mean crying on your bed listening to the carpenters kind of heartbroken. He finished with me and told me he didn't love me anymore. I was 16 and a half stone with no social life, my world was him. For a week I was in a really bad place and was seriously depressed. I'd done so much for him, spent thousands of pounds on him, took him to New York and stuff.

Then it occurred to me that I was wasting my time and life. I started the atkins diet and contacted all my old mates that I had ditched when I met him.
3 months on I have lost 4 stone and am having more fun and more casual sex than I've ever had in my life!
He recently saw me in brum copping off with a twinky 20 year old, and messaged me the next day saying how he had made a mistake and he missed me. I took great pleasure in being able to totally ignore him.

The moral of this story is: It's never as bad as it first seems, it always gets better.
#2
Sounds like a good story and one that you'll be able to tell your grandchildren, lol.
#3
Grandchildren?! Not in this life. I can't stand kids.
#4
ROFL



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#5
princealbertofb Wrote:Sounds like a good story and one that you'll be able to tell your grandchildren, lol.

sounds like a GREAT story to tell the gay grandchildren


Bighug
#6
Fair play to you Billy for taking a significant negative and turning it into a positive ...

... and you're absolutely right - so many times in life we're confronted by situations and think "I can't do that ..." ... or "I really Really ReAlLy REALLY don't want to go through with that ...", but ultimately we find it in ourselves to be able to not only get through them (even the proper BAD experiences), but we also manage to learn from them, and wherever possible, to improve BECAUSE of them ...

... since your break-up you've taken steps to improve yourself on a number of levels, and all of them seem to be paying-off for you ...

... and yeah - whilst I've never been one for *advocating* revenge, I do agree that there is something VERY very satisfying about levelling the playing field.

Fair play t'ya mate Xyxthumbs.

xx

!?!?! Shadow !?!?!
#7
Billy Wrote:I recently (3 months ago) split up with my boyfriend of 18 months. I was totally and utterly heartbroken, I mean crying on your bed listening to the carpenters kind of heartbroken. He finished with me and told me he didn't love me anymore. I was 16 and a half stone with no social life, my world was him. For a week I was in a really bad place and was seriously depressed. I'd done so much for him, spent thousands of pounds on him, took him to New York and stuff.

Then it occurred to me that I was wasting my time and life. I started the atkins diet and contacted all my old mates that I had ditched when I met him.
3 months on I have lost 4 stone and am having more fun and more casual sex than I've ever had in my life!
He recently saw me in brum copping off with a twinky 20 year old, and messaged me the next day saying how he had made a mistake and he missed me. I took great pleasure in being able to totally ignore him.

The moral of this story is: It's never as bad as it first seems, it always gets better.

Hiya babes,m
Good on yas for this... Love it when karma comes back and stabs people in the face and you get the cards played on your side for once... Now he knows what he has lost and your right to not take him back... He done it once to you and would do it again... Keep up the life changing experience babes its excellent news this Big Grin

kindest regards

zeon x


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