How To Deal With Ex’s Marriage- A Lesson In Moving On

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Relationships are amazing yet challenging. And while some people say it is easy to call the relationship off is an easy task. However, it is not always the same. Calling it off is not always the right thing for you.

Sometimes there are problems which can never be solved, and sometimes the love fades away. And when the two parts away, one moves on quite quickly and other stays, there. Just like time froze for them.  For the one who still cares or love, their life seems to have only downhill in every aspect.

Seeing your partner moving on easily is not as easy to see the other one. Seeing your partner marry someone can be the biggest shock of your life.

Akansha Satyarthi, a Quora user, recently shared what she felt when she saw her ex-boyfriend getting married to someone else. This 24-year-old girl spoke about all the emotions she felt and how she overcame the sadness.

Indian girl,24 here:
I fell in love when I was 19, first relationship. We were happy together and had this plan to get married some years down the line, long story short, it didn’t work out. It took me almost two years to move on. I lost all my contacts with him. Then, last year I saw his FB post and came to know he got married two days back (that day was also my birthday).
This is what I went through for next one week:
  • I tried to stay calm for few hours but I couldn’t, I cried full night
  • Next three days were worse. Apparently, it was the weekend as well; I didn’t go out at all. I cried and consoled myself full time
  • I remember next Monday I locked myself inside office washroom, couldn’t find peace anywhere else, I just didn’t want to see anyone, this went on for few more days.
But then, when I was done shedding tears, suddenly all of it started feeling better. I always believed I had moved on but there was always a little hope that died after his marriage, and it disappeared for good.
I saw his pictures and realized how happy they were looking together, not that I was glad for them, but somehow I felt I was never required/belonged/desired at that place…I could cry for rest of my life and break lose all the hells and yet he wouldn’t want to come back.
So my dear friend, let your love get married, this is where their part in your story ends. Trust me, losing the last string of hope sometimes works magically for you, this is when you go and find new dreams .

Whatever happens, is going on for good. Yes, breakups are bad, however, what’s going on with you, is always happening for good.

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