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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    The one time I got dumped unexpectedly, it took another four years for me to get over it. We didn't see each other much, I'd feel like I was over it, but then if we ever got together for anything, I'd get conflicting signals and then my heart would leap at the thought of it working again.
    you were good.. that's a relatively short period of time (assuming it was your first or maybe second such experience and that you were invested into it in 'INTP terms').
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    If you can "kill it dead" to yourself and not have unrealistic hopes / mixed vibes on it, that will speed the process. Eventually I became interested in other people and focused on other pursuits. The "hole" in your life until that time, where you keep wanting to be with or think about the missing person, is the worst.
    the bold bit is a good explanation/remedy and it explains a lot else too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dali View Post
    Wow. You guys have... feelings. Nice.
    Actually, it's all just a lie meant to sucker you ISFPs in. Mua ha ha.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaizer View Post
    you were good.. that's a relatively short period of time (assuming it was your first or maybe second such experience and that you were invested into it in 'INTP terms').
    It was my second romance, the person had chased me, I finally fell for them hard... and then I got dumped, but the person kept giving me mixed signals and going out of their way to do things for me on special occasions. I would rather I had just been left alone, since all it did was confuse me.

    It was kind of funny when I finally just found someone else, and the shoe was on the other foot.

    I know a lot more about relationships and love now and can get through things much faster, although feelings still can linger. But back then I was still figuring everything out.
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