Take a few deep breaths! Get some air back into your lungs!
Your family needs you, to them, love and being together is far more important than anything money can provide. You need to take things one step at a time and be there for your family. Think positive thoughts, speak to your bank, family and friends about support. Don’t give up!
- written 4 years, 6 months ago – voted for by Shauna2000
No one can be strong all the time, no matter how they may appear on the outside. And being weak and crying and not being perfect isn’t failure, it’s being human. You are human, congratulations to you, it means you can be crazy, needy, sad, happy, in love, scared, worried, desperate, excited, insane and all emotions and feelings inbetween, and you still win. You only fail if you give up completly.
- written 4 years, 7 months ago – voted for by Chunkymoves
For most people, when you are ‘in love’ with someone you don’t have to think about it or ask the question, you just know.
[quote GoddessOfTheNight]Thanks Bex, but the problem is, i’d have fallen for him fully by now if not for hesitation.[/quote]
I’d still allow yourself some ‘you’ time. If you have 2 weeks apart and can’t stop thinking about him you can always give it a go. Trust has to be earnt so don’t expect to trust anyone straight away, this will build up over time. - written 4 years, 6 months ago
You said yourself that your current relationship was a rebound. Perhaps you need to take some time and space to figure out what you really want. You need to allow some time to get over your ex and find out who you are now before jumping into another relationship. If this new guy likes you enough he’ll wait while you work out what is right for you. Good luck to you. - written 4 years, 6 months ago
I would recommend you speak to a cognitive behavioural therapist (counsellor). This type of counselling will help you to address your thoughts, feelings and behaviours and retrain your brain to respond the way you want it to. Your doctor should be able to refer you to someone or you can look in your phone book, make sure the counsellor is BACP accredited if you’re in the UK (which means they have been approved by the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy). Good luck to you. - written 4 years, 6 months ago