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I broke up with my soulmate!

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Question - (7 January 2011) 2 Answers - (Newest, 7 January 2011)
A female United Kingdom age 22-25, anonymous writes:

2 months ago I broke up with my childhood sweetheart, we'd been together over 4 years and I just can't cope without him. It feels so wrong to let him go, like he's my soulmate and I'll never find anyone else.

Is this normal, should I ignore the desperate urge to keep trying and trying? Or is it maybe a sign I need to keep trying, its meant to be?

I dont know what to do anymore :( will I ever get over him? I adore him. Thank you so much for your advice, its much appreciated

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (7 January 2011):

Well first off, WHY did you break up with him? If he cheated, abused you, grew apart, etc... then yes, it's time to let go. Otherwise, if it worked, maybe it was a mistake...?

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (7 January 2011):

Isn't it often the case we can't move on when we know the other person has? Not being able to cope without him is a dreadful repellent for a man. Too much adoration is not a sign to try harder but to try less hard the next time or you might outdo yourself once again and feel desperate.

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