Lol maybe I'm just emotionally retarded. I don't really get sad over women, but at the same time I find it incredibly challenging to connect on an emotional level as well. I made a thread about this last week lol.Wow, you know, I've read through all of these (some not to s great - @BusinessMan - that's aimed at you lol) and also had a few wise words from a couple of different people. I feel instantly a lot better, still very sad about the situation, though I haven't shed a solitary tear or felt like I was about to burst out crying for about 2 hours now... Result.
Funnily enough - no long-term relationship with any routine to it. Just a VERY intense, hot-as-the-sun 4.5 months with a clearly unstable INFJ guy.Lol maybe I'm just emotionally retarded. I don't really get sad over women, but at the same time I find it incredibly challenging to connect on an emotional level as well. I made a thread about this last week lol.
It depends how long you gus were together. If it was for a long time I can empathize, at least in the sense that you have built a daily routine that is all of a sudden over.
^^^ my god sir, you are a genius!For me, continuous socialization with positive people has always been an effective method. They assist me in redirecting myself to socialization rather than being inside my own head, and as this progresses it always results in me meeting a new object of desire sooner or later. That these people are habitually/naturally positive is key, though. Negative people just feed you more negativity, which is absolutely counter-productive.
Also, since I started to learn how emotions work from a psychological perspective, I have found that I can minimize the time in utter despair by significant amounts, and move on faster to a objective and holistic perspective of the situation, in which I can accurately identify and analyze where I made the wrong turns. This further motivates me to initiate new relationships, as the new knowledge boosts my confidence through the realization that I am now better equipped to play the game in future contacts.
Remember: There's no failure, only feedback!
LoL ... that was cute man ... you just summed up my whole answer in 37 words (if you count the made-up words) heheheEither use all logic or all emotion.
Seriously, just focus on one category.
In that either party it to numbnesstown or think it over until you get jaded over it.
Or yaknow, you could just get bored.