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I am so thrilled!

Thursday, November 07, 2013

Okay, I broke up with my boyfriend 6 days ago. I cried a bit/lot, felt like crap but kept going with the gym and good habits.

But since then, I had a lot of time to train and eating well (free time!) and think about what happened.

Finally, I am so happy with my choice! And the worst part is that it's the same thing with my ex. We both have the same personality and way of thinking.

It's literally a new start for me (and him). And the best part is that since we have/had a very special relationship, we are right now really, really good friends and we still have a good connection. We don't want to be together again and we're ready to move on, each one on his side. Pretty good for a 5 years love relationship that is ending, isn't it?

So right now, I'm very, very happy. I see a lot of opportunities coming out now. I feel like I can do anything.

Since I am on my own, I have nobody asking me if I want some donuts or eating Nutella in front of me. I have no more guilt about going to the gym and worrying if someone is going to wait for me for the dinner. I will have more money because I spend less than my ex in general and all the money I make is for myself.

I am in the same state of mind I was about 6-7 years ago, when I was on my own and lost 30 pounds in 3 months. I know I will have a similar pattern now.

I can't wait to see what will happen now!
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  • MYRMEN
    Wow pretty rare relationships have a good end. I'm really happy for the two of you. There is so much emoticon emoticon being in a relationship or being single. Take the advantage while you can and perhaps, somewhere out there, some day, you will find the one for you and you will enjoy the advantage of being two again.

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