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Like the sad first half of a rom com, this 30-year-old girl(?) is trying to use humour to get back her mojo after her long-distance ex-boyfriend dumped her by ghosting. No one likes going through a break up alone so she’s hoping to meet other people who share her pain.

Some basic stuff –

  • I was in a long-distance relationship for about a year before my ex dumped me by disappearing. Seriously. He just stopped talking to me. Just like that. As if I was some chick he hooked up with the night before and wanted to have nothing to do with her anymore.
  • This blog will document my embarrassing struggle to get over it while trying to survive the working world. Fun Fact: It has not been pretty.
  • This idea came about because I’ve been told that I’m snarky and I’ve begun to realize that I’m not the only human being going through this ridiculously crappy pain.
  • Also, I think I’m beginning to piss my real life friends off because I can’t shut up about my ex. So this should be a relatively better option. I think. If I start pissing off the internet then I guess I should start investing in a therapist.

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    1. Hi!! Awww thank you so much! It’s only been a few days but it feels quite therapeutic. Hopefully the topics will slowly become more positive 😉 My fear right now is that he’ll accidentally find this blog hahaha! But it’s a real comfort to know that we’re not alone in this journey. It’s weird how heartbreak is such a universal experience but those who go through it always feel the loneliest. Sending you a virtual hug right back! *accepts the tissues and wipes away the tears* 😀

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      1. Happy to hear this blog is helping you too….writing has always been great therapy for me, but I feel like I have to censor myself as my ex does follow my blog. But he has unfriended me. Indeed, breakups are hard, even when you end on good terms. It’s nice to know that there are others going through the same thing. Keep writing, the good, the bad, all of it :).

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  1. It’s freeing to be able to manipulate words that are able to express just how we feel. Oh dear.. are you guys cordial with each other? Breakups really are hard. And so much anger involved. Let’s help each other through this together!

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