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  1. We need to be a little more specific. I would rely on the fact that there is no need to go back at all. Nowhere. Time moves only in one direction, only forward. And you need to get used to this idea. All that was, was. And not with us, but with the people who were then. Whatever happens, happens. But there will also be other people there, not us. Similar to us, maybe even in appearance, but not us. We are here and now. And this realization helped me a lot. I hope it helps you too.

  2. It seems to me that basically you need to overcome the fear that you will not meet anyone better and that all the best things, as in that joke, “you already had”. And this is not the case. In every breakup – the possibility of a new meeting, as in every disappointment-a chance to be charmed again ) It seems to me that the root of the notorious “unfinished relationship syndrome”, when people can't decide whether to be together or break up for years, is precisely in fear. Or the kind of heightened sentimentality where you cling with all your might to memories of pleasant moments spent together. But fear and nostalgia, it's not love) If the person is really an “ex” and your decision to break up was balanced and thoughtful, and not an emotional outburst, then you need to respect yourself for your decisions and stick to them. And in general: � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � �

    Don't go back to your old lovers,

    there are no former lovers in the world.

    There are duplicates —

    how is the house cleaned,

    where they lived for a few years.Voznesensky Monastery)

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