Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
I dated this girl for 2 years who I thought was the love of my life. A year and a half into the relationship she cheated on me. I thought this might make things stronger because she would quit all her drinking and all that but she continued to party and all that kind of thing. For the past 6 months we had been arguing and going on and off taking breaks and what not. I loved this girl to death and could not leave her I wish I would have now. I just always thought that when someone does somebody else they care about wrong they would try and make things right but that never happened. Well recently we took our final break. I completely lost it this time and said some things to her nobody should ever say to someone. I feel horrible about this. She says she hates me and will never forgive me. I just was wondering what I should do I feel sick everyday and just tired. I find myself calling her when I know I should not. I was thinking about seeing a counselor but I dont know. I just cant believe things can fall aprt like this. Advice
You should definitely see a professional counsellor.

You will get insights into yourself and understanding about your ex.

If the counselling doesn't help with the ex, it certainly will with future relationships.

Good luck! George

-- from George
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