Dreams about your ex dating someone else
The emotional devastation you feel after a breakup is usually proportional to the extent you sold yourself out.
When these relationships end, you will often feel like a piece of you is missing, like you aren’t whole. You might feel like getting him back is the only cure, but it’s not.
Many people make the mistake of thinking that the reason they’re so sad after a breakup is because they genuinely miss their former partner.
This is true to an extent, but it’s far from the whole picture.
Everything gets activated and when the bomb detonates, it can take months or years to clear the wreckage.
As a result, when a relationship ends it’s not just the other person that’s missing, a lot of pieces of yourself also need to be retrieved.
You miss the way he made you feel more than who he actually is.
You miss the intimacy, the closeness, the feeling of being desired and admired.The pain we feel comes from several sources, and most have nothing to do with the ex himself. You Think You’ll Never Find Anyone as Amazing as Him This is the biggest breakup myth of all and the reason most people find it so hard to get over their first love.They cling to the belief that since they never experienced anything like that before, they never will again. No, because no two people are exactly alike and even still, you and he broke up proving someone exactly like him is not what you need. You Were Infatuated Most people confuse true love with infatuation even though these two concepts couldn’t be more different.Selling yourself out means accepting behavior that you would otherwise consider unacceptable, or attempting to be someone your not.Maybe you don’t speak up anymore, maybe you aren’t the same bubbly, confident person you once were, maybe you put him and his needs above your own.