Is migration a perfect way to move on?

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guthrey

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The only good thing that happens to me after my girlfriend and I broke up was that I got to love adventures. I am not an adventurous person because I am afraid of heights. I always throw up even with just a ferris wheel or roller coaster ride. The utmost heartache I got from my previous relationship made me stronger than I was before. Because of it, I got to try plunging, canyoneering, skydiving, mountaineering, skiing and many more-- name it! In order to move on, you got to face your fears too. That’s what I have learned along the process of moving forward. I even tried joining real singles tours to meet new faces. However, no matter how much I tried to forget about it, the pain is still there. No matter how much I tried pretending to be happy, the pain is also growing inside me. It is slowly killing me as days go by. I have realized along the way that the most heart-breaking break up is not because she cheated or she fell out of love with you. It is when you both are so in love with each other but you can’t be together for some reason and the best thing to do is to separate. Isn’t it tragic? Right now, I am wondering if migration is a perfect way to finally forget about the past. That way, I won’t be able to see her face. What do you think? Will it help me to move on now?
 

Todd Hicks

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Even if your ex would be happy to not see you again, there is no guarantee that migrating would solve your problem; you could relocate only to have heartbreak through breaking up with someone in a new area. I suggest staying put and trying to start a relationship with other ladies; if that doesn't work out, maybe you can connect with old friends and classmates through social media. Life goes on no matter what.
 

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The only good thing that happens to me after my girlfriend and I broke up was that I got to love adventures. I am not an adventurous person because I am afraid of heights. I always throw up even with just a ferris wheel or roller coaster ride. The utmost heartache I got from my previous relationship made me stronger than I was before. Because of it, I got to try plunging, canyoneering, skydiving, mountaineering, skiing and many more-- name it! In order to move on, you got to face your fears too. That’s what I have learned along the process of moving forward. I even tried joining real singles tours to meet new faces. However, no matter how much I tried to forget about it, the pain is still there. No matter how much I tried pretending to be happy, the pain is also growing inside me. It is slowly killing me as days go by. I have realized along the way that the most heart-breaking break up is not because she cheated or she fell out of love with you. It is when you both are so in love with each other but you can’t be together for some reason and the best thing to do is to separate. Isn’t it tragic? Right now, I am wondering if migration is a perfect way to finally forget about the past. That way, I won’t be able to see her face. What do you think? Will it help me to move on now?
Hi, in my opinion, migration isn´t solution. You could be 1000 miles away, but if you have this relationship in your head, in your heart, migration isn´t gonna make it.
If you stay where you are, you will be sad, for a time, but remember every storm has an end.
But if you move on, you will be sad aout your relationship, and also you will be confused with new people, new home, and many more other stuff.
So my suggestion is that you could stay home, try to go out with your friends more often, and after you will be more okay with your break up, try to see other girls.