I don't like to be touched: that includes hugging and tapping me on the shoulder
I spend all day in my bed when I am home: I'm too sad to do anything but lay there
Many of my friends don't seem to care about me: wonder why I spend my weekends at home?
Yes I am single: guys don't like me
Comments you make hurt: that includes the jokes
I don't like to clean my room: the messiness is my organization
You tell me I need to eat better: it feels like you're calling me fat
You tell me I won't be able to have success: I think that's a given
You have no confidence in me: I have none in me too
You make me feel like shit: I already feel that way
There’s no doubt that breaking up is hard. It can signal the loss of someone really important in your life and it often takes a long time to fully get over it. Here are the main stages of a breakup:
· Shock. Even if you are the one who initiated the breakup and had been thinking about it for a long time beforehand, breaking up can still be a shock to the system. You’re used to spending all of your time together and telling everything to them, and now you can’t. No matter who initiated it, there’s bound to be some initial shock as you get used to the fact that they aren’t in your lives anymore.