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02 Dec 2004
Just to inform everyone who reads this site regularly, I posted questions regarding my b/f and his belongings that are still at my place after 2 weeks after the break up. Well, he collected them today and I am in such pain. I thought I would feel better. My maid was there when he came, and apparantly he is hurting and it looked like he had been crying.... why do we hurt eachother like this? Is it all worth the effort getting into a relationship? I dont think I can do it all again.....
You will feel better --- IN TIME> Right now, it was an uncomfortable reminder that he really is GONE. In time, too, you wll be able to do it again.
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