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7 months have passed since I've come out of a relationship , we were together for 2 years but due to my carelessness we broke up , the problem is that i still love her and she has started liking someone else , I've faded from her life though we had a happy 2 years of relationship , i just want to forget her , our memories and everything , I'm frustrated having her thoughts for every single second , i feel guilty for why we broke up and i feel like crying everyday , I've tried alot to make her stay in my life but ended up disappointed , I've tried to hurt myself many times but then thought about my family , please help me getting her out of my mind , this is not the age when i want to suffer from any chronic mental disorder , i stay in hostel now so i cant come now to have a consultation from you , I'll feel very very very helpful if you're able to tell me what should i do , I'm ready to do anything if it can throw her out of my mind , m serious and need help pleaseee help me Thank yo
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Dr. Lakshmi T Rajan (PhD)
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Dear friend, You are too young to have a relationship first and then to have a breakup. Since you are staying in hostel, you need to do justice for your parents who have trusted you and put you in a hostel. Follow the steps given below for atleast 15 days. 1. Go for running/jogging in the morning and evening for at least 1 hour 2. If you have a gym in your hostel workout in the gym for 1 hour atleast 3. Avoid eating non vegetarian food at night 4. Avoid junk food/fast food/aerated drinks 5. Avoid alcohol/smoking 6. Increase the intake of water. Use these steps first for 15 days and see if your condition improves and able to focus on studies. Any further help feel free to write to me Wishes
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Ms. Hema Sampath
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The Irony of life is we value people and things only when we miss them. Certainly what u undergo is painful. Is it worth it. The question is having realised late is not to compensate the mistake. So you need to pull on life by accepting the reality. She is no more in your life. Think what is even more omportant for you right now in your life. Try to focus in those areas and master that. Start going out with friends with whom you were not doing earlier. Try to be in a gang of friends as much as possible to get the feeling of Acceptance and motivation to live.
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After trying the above still if it persists better consult a psychologist personally in your city and complete your studies peacefully.
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Mr. B. Elayaraja
Psychologist 14 yrs exp Chennai
Hi, Relationship break up.: Everything happened for some good reason. We must understand that all relationships break up will ended frustrating or depression for quite period of time. If your still feels worried pls consult an Psychologist for talking therapy with some relaxation techniques which may make you relax. You have not came to this world only for her.there more things to achieve in the world. Move on... Talk to your friends who have similar issue . Do some activities which you have some before this depression features.
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Dr. Arnab Ghosh Hajra
Psychiatrist 9 yrs exp Kolkata
Dear friend, u need a lot of physical activity where u wl b busy most of tine, try to roam wd frndz , make new friends, generate and concentrate on ur hobbies more, if not working then go for psychotherapy like CBT. Best wishes
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