Sorry to hear that **** happened to you, but it is good to hear there is light at the end of the tunnel.
I've already come to the realization that she wasn't the one for me. I'm genuinely relieved this happened now and not later down the road when things get even deeper and more complex.
You also wouldn't believe the amount of money I'm saving because of this, and I've dropped some weight through switching up my eating habits and hitting the gym morning and night. I feel stronger and more fit then I ever recall, so I'm definitely focusing my attention on me and it's paying off.
I also take comfort in the fact that she has chosen to discard someone who is stable in their life - emotionally, mentally and financially, while she is not, which is why she has always lived at home with her parents. Plus the fact her friends and family have been irked by this. It's not much, I realize that, but it's good to know how much I was liked and appreciated by people closest to her.
This girl is a ghost, plain and simple. She may continue to haunt me for now but that will eventually pass. I do not hold on to any hope of her returning one day, nor would I welcome it.
Her best friend, I'd like to fire, but can't. I put some boundaries in place with her yesterday after she continued to ask for favors around scheduling and leaving early. She may have been privy to perks before, but no more.
I wish I had been as reasonable and pragmatic as you after my horrendous breakup. I’ll post about my experience one of these days. It was almost a year and a half ago and I’m still raw thinking about it. But it was also the catalyst to my complete transformation, and my SMV is currently 2.5-3 points higher than it was when we broke up.
This is an opportunity for you to recalibrate and become your best self. And it sounds like you’re doing just that. Good on you man. I wish you the best. And when the bltch calls/texts you in a couple months, which is a likelihood, ignore and block. You’re too good for her.