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    Re: Victim of a Disney Breakup

    I just read the same exact thing in Visions Fantastic, they just closed the thread, lol.
    I feel for you but... dont live your life around some guy. There are plenty of fish in the sea and ( correct me if im wrong ) online realtionships usually end up for the worst.

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    Re: Victim of a Disney Breakup

    I agree with Morrigoon. You have every right to feel sad, and you should not push those feelings aside. Mourn for the loss of your relationship for a few days. Then...get over it! take up a new hobby, or just rediscover what's so kick *** about being on your own.
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    Re: Victim of a Disney Breakup

    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna makarla
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    you need to go to the singles meets! heck any Sunday meet! you never know if your one true love will be there, and if not you get to meet the most awsome people. And they enjoy disneyland as much as you OR MORE !
    I think you need to head for some Sunday MC meets also. I'd wait a few weeks before going to the singles meets though. Give yourself some healing time, then hit the singles meets and have some fun! You need to make some wonderful new Disney memories that are ex free.
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    Re: Victim of a Disney Breakup

    The meets are definitely a great way to make new friends, and it will put the park in a whole new light for ya. We do have a lot of fun and make a lasting impression/memories for us all, that's for sure.

    Nothing says "romance" like swamping a boat on POTC with 20 other like-minded people.

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    Re: Victim of a Disney Breakup

    LiT Darlin' - breaking up via email is possibly the most cowardly and immature way to break up ever (did this boy get the idea from Sex in the City? when Carrie's BF breaks up with her on a POST IT?) Be a Man and say it to your face or over the phone. If he is too scared to say it....

    pfffft .....words fail...well,some don't: moronic M*F*A*h, MFAh for short

    I know it hurts right now, so do your soul a favor and just mock him for a few. I know its small, but it helps

    So try these to describe the EX:

    Sexually immature; afraid of a fullfilling adult relationship; not understanding what an adult mutually supportive relationship IS; small-minded, immature, unrealized latent parental issues; has issues with commitment and intimacy and needs to grow the freak UP
    --------------------------- fini rant

    It's good to not just feel sad at the end of a major relationship, but to also scream, rant, rail and wail at it as well.

    Remember - you are strong, honest and real.

    the boy? - feh; whatever.... he isn't worth the time we are spending typing about him.
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    Re: Victim of a Disney Breakup

    Wow, I didn't expect such an outpouring of support for a practical stranger in such a short time! Thank you all for your kind words and encouragement!

    To Barbara and Sunny, yes I do need to try to be my own person and remember that its ok to be alone sometimes. Unfortunately my *plan* for myself is that I want to have children. Its the only thing in life I think I'll really enjoy, and I think I'm put on this earth to be a mom. I dunno, that sounds real cheesey, and probably isn't something I should use as a pick-up line lol.

    Hyperbole, yes, I would like you to beat him up, and Princess your rant was right on. I've thought those things, and in our recent conversations (yes he is being so gracious as to TRY to talk me through this knowing he was my everything for so long and to totally abandon me would put me in severe shock) he's admitted that he's just not ready. For any relationship. He is younger than me.. but foolishly I thought he was different, more mature, not like other guys his age blah blah blah.

    The newest news, for those of you interested, is that last night he tells me there is in fact another girl. So even if I changed the things he told me were problems, and tried really hard to fix it, and love him more than ever, he just isn't interested. He's really made this decision not to love me, and after a fight we had last weekend (what couple doesn't have fights?) he realized it wasn't working, and instead of talking to me about it, just started talking to this other girl. So he wants to persue her now. *sigh*
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    Re: Victim of a Disney Breakup

    If any of you are interested in who LittleMermaid is, you can find out more here.

    My number one friend, Chad.. he's the guy. I was the photographer of his default pic, and my May Disneyland Pics blogs are pics from our most recent trip together. We looked happy, no?
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    Re: Victim of a Disney Breakup

    I also went through somewhat of a similar experience as LM. The only thing that was getting me through the rough days was the support of my family and friends.

    My confidence was broken with the breakup but I decided that I was a strong person before I met him and I needed to prove that to myself by going out solo to movies, eating at restaurants or just sitting at the park and enjoying being alone. You need to get strong again. It's not going to be easy but you will find that person you were before you met this guy.

    My ex told me he never loved me which really hurt at the time but looking back at it now, he probably didn't know what love is. I also believe in the saying that "what goes around comes around." He will get what is coming to him, if that is any consolation to you.

    I am still single and as you I also want children but if I never meet that someone special or have the children that I've dreamed of, it's not going to be the end of the world for me and it shouldn't be for you too.

    Take this time to take care of you and know that you have the support of people who truly love you in your personal life (family and friends) and also here on Micechat.
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    Re: Victim of a Disney Breakup

    Quote Originally Posted by Sasafratz
    I also went through somewhat of a similar experience as LM. The only thing that was getting me through the rough days was the support of my family and friends.

    My confidence was broken with the breakup but I decided that I was a strong person before I met him and I needed to prove that to myself by going out solo to movies, eating at restaurants or just sitting at the park and enjoying being alone. You need to get strong again. It's not going to be easy but you will find that person you were before you met this guy.

    My ex told me he never loved me which really hurt at the time but looking back at it now, he probably didn't know what love is. I also believe in the saying that "what goes around comes around." He will get what is coming to him, if that is any consolation to you.

    I am still single and as you I also want children but if I never meet that someone special or have the children that I've dreamed of, it's not going to be the end of the world for me and it shouldn't be for you too.

    Take this time to take care of you and know that you have the support of people who truly love you in your personal life (family and friends) and also here on Micechat.
    Thank you so much for sharing that. I'm learning that there is a lot I can't plan in life. I wouldn't have wanted to have children with someone who didn't really love me. This isn't the first time a guy has lost his feelings for me, so part of me is lacking a lot of confidence thinking I'm just not worth loving to anyone. I know there are a lot of ppl in the world, and some day one of them is bound to fall in love with me, but the world is a big place, and I'm no traveler.

    I'm not sure he does know what love is, but I tried to share mine with him and I thought that would enlighten him moreso than it apparently has. If he does get what's coming to him, and does see how lucky he was to have me, I hope he figures it out soon, because I'm not getting any younger, and I don't plan on just waiting for him. If we can have an improved version of what we had, I would take that opportunity. But based on him right now, that is not possible. Ever.
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    Re: Victim of a Disney Breakup

    Don't plan your relationships around having kids: when they grow up and move on, you still need to be in love with your husband! It's important that you find the right partner for your life first.

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    Re: Victim of a Disney Breakup

    Quote Originally Posted by Morrigoon
    Don't plan your relationships around having kids: when they grow up and move on, you still need to be in love with your husband! It's important that you find the right partner for your life first.
    I know that's true. And having a husband I love is a very large part of the future I want. I just can't seem to find someone who loves me as much as I love them, and I'm pretty sure my kids will love me.

    Bad rationalization I know. But finding someone is just so hard.
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    Re: Victim of a Disney Breakup

    Quote Originally Posted by LiTtLeMeRmAiD
    I'm learning that there is a lot I can't plan in life. I wouldn't have wanted to have children with someone who didn't really love me. This isn't the first time a guy has lost his feelings for me, so part of me is lacking a lot of confidence thinking I'm just not worth loving to anyone. I know there are a lot of ppl in the world, and some day one of them is bound to fall in love with me, but the world is a big place, and I'm no traveler.
    Don't start thinking that you are unlovable. When you're feeling like that just remind yourself of all the things that make you a wonderful person and that he's now missing out on. His loss, not yours. And I know people have said it before but you will find someone. As hard as it is try to enjoy this opportunity to get to know yourself better and try new things without him. Sending hugs your way and praying for you.

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    Re: Victim of a Disney Breakup

    Men are funny... they don't want to be chased (no matter what they tell you!) If you are desperate to meet your next husband, it's going to turn guys off.

    I hate to say it, but The Rules are right. Read the book.

    I like the advice about the butterfly.

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    Re: Victim of a Disney Breakup

    Aw, LM - you're only 21! There is a LOT of time to find your true prince.

    Another example - a very dear friend of mine had lots of ups and downs with guys for many years, and after she turned 34, she literally "resigned" herself to being alone. She drove up the coast for a little weekend getaway for some personal reflection, and looked out over the ocean and said that if she was meant to be alone, then it was her destiny and she'd find romance in the people and things around her and be happy, and that she was going to stop looking for love, and embrace everything she already has in life.

    Three weeks later, she met her husband. They're now expecting their first child, and she's 38.

    There's LOTS of time.

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    Re: Victim of a Disney Breakup

    I just looked at his MySpace page. Honey, take it from me. You can do much better!

    I have a mirror (from my old single days) that says "You're too good for him!" And you are. As some of the ladies have said, breaking up via e-mail is chicken. He does not deserve you.

    Now stop leaving comments on his MySpace page. He's not deserving of your time. You're gorgeous.
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