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My boyfriend i have been in long distance since more than 2 yrs.. now he is not interested in me. What should I do. I am unable to move on. i am feeling stucked. I can't live without him. This is very difficult for me. everyday is suffocating. I remember our past. I am missing him. Will he be back.. I really want to discuss things.. but he is not discussing
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Hi. I appreciate you talking about your concern. Coping with a situation like this involves self-care, including seeking emotional support from friends and family. Allow yourself to grieve and process the emotions. Reflect on the relationship, learn from it, and focus on personal growth. Time is a powerful healer. Consider therapy if needed to heal and move forward positively.
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Positive affirmations and self-talk combat negative thoughts. Distraction techniques, like engaging in hobbies, divert focus from separation. Deep breathing exercises can help calm
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Find out directly and openly if this is working well. In present day, peoole meet new people every time and tough for long distance things to work out. If he has moved on, you move on too. Else if he is committed on making it work, set a time frame and make it happen. Good luck
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"Instead of worrying about what you cannot control, shift your energy to what you can create"
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You seem like a more emotionally sensitive person and getting easily attached with the loved one. It is not easy to forget or let go of the times spent or memories and it’s pretty fresh, whatever has happened. But to elaborate more or take a proper case history regarding this, you can reach out to me so we can help you out further.
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Seek a psychologist to help you figure the issues and maladaptive thought process or separation anxiety behind it.
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You should accept the reality and move on
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