It's not my kind of day, Otis.
I've been to an exact equal amount of both. However, in a couple months my brother is getting married. Then I would have been to more weddings. I went to a memorial though, which I didn't count as a funeral, as a traditional funeral could not be afforded. It was much more casual and not … Read more
Funerals. Death is a dead cert, marriage not so much.
You need some more eggs in your basket. Make a diary and then fill it with things to do. Go out to different places and meet new people. Do these things despite how you are feeling, sometimes a change of circumstances is what we need to free ourselves.
There is no such thing as a 'quick fix' in matters of the heart. Wounds take time to heal .. And heal at at their own pace. Each wound differs from the next .. No two are exactly alike.
I think that pretty much goes hand in hand keeping in might 'right' is a matter of perspective.
Both of those are pretty rad.
*Holds crying baby* It's okay, someday you'll learn how to do this on the inside.
Trouble is, then you have to convert to everyones time zone. Might be easier to just indicate days and hours ago that the question or answer was entered.
Doing the right thing, as part of doing the right thing is doing it right
Except perhaps for random acts of kindness.
You should marry.
You did this to yourself. Now stop the obsession with this woman. All she wanted was to be friends you have to learn the how to be friends first.
Funerals. More people seem to be living together without the actual vows.
Weddings. As a matter of fact I was at one last night. My nephew got married.
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Everyone is different so we cannot tell you how long it will take. To help getting over it. Get out and do things you like to do. Meet with friends. Take walks.