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    Breaking up
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    An_253944 posted:
    I am 55 years of age just broke up with my boyfriend for 10 years and hurts so bad. so I am not that happy right now.

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    georgiagail responded:
    You're not supposed to be happy right now. It would be normal to go through a mourning period after breaking up with someone of 10 years.

    In fact, it would be strange if you weren't unhappy over this loss.

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    Anon_5366 responded:
    Give yourself some time, things will get better.


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