Has this ever happened to you?
You fell for a guy. You thought he fell for you. You never felt so strongly about any man before. You were meant to be with him. The signs were all over the place.
And then he broke up with you.
Maybe it happened two months ago. Maybe it happened two years ago. It doesn't matter. You were -- you're still -- devastated.
To this day, you carry this man and your former relationship around with you. You ask yourself where you went wrong, how you could have done things better. You fantasize about running into him, showing him that you are the woman he just can't live without.
You're in pain. He's still the first thing you think of when you wake up in the morning. You tell yourself you'll never get over him.
And, guess what? You're right.
Because as long as you keep telling yourself you can't get over him, you can't get over him. And, for as long as you carry him around with you, the pain of losing him will weigh on you.
Think about it: You're carrying around a burden. You might as well be walking around with a heavy rock in your breast pocket. There are days you can barely stand up straight.
Isn't it time to drop the rock?
Put the man out of your mind. Banish the memories. Stop mentally staring into his eyes.
Tell yourself that if this relationship were meant to be, it would be. Be open to the very real possibility that you'll run into the man who hurt you five years from now, and you won't be able to fathom what you ever saw in him.
(This happens all the time.)
So, please do drop the rock. Set yourself free.
Ask yourself, how am I ever going to meet the right man when I'm hung up on the wrong man, a person who hurt me, shows no interest, and has moved on with his life? Ask yourself, why am I putting myself through this?
When you're free -- and only when you're free -- can you open yourself to attracting a man who'll love you and never let you forget it.
Go for it.