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Anyone got any great advice for a teenager, oops, I mean 20 yr old who just got his heart broken?
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      Tuliplady wrote Jun 24, 2014
    • My “son” at work just got dumped by his girlfriend.  I saw it coming a mile away, but he seems surprised.  I have no idea how to make him feel any better about it.  I guess these things just take time, but I wish I had some words of wisdom for him.




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      Carine Nadel wrote Jun 26, 2014
    • my ds had this happen twice.  1st time the girl cheated on him.  b/c he was so devastated and she was a slut-dh took him to the doctor to be sure he didn’t have an std.  then, we put him into a crisis management group.  we didn’t leave him alone for a couple of weeks.

      best move we ever did.

      second one-he wasn’t that surprised, but still very hurt.  he got involved in a fraternity and it was just the ticket-he eventually met our fantastic dil at a party.




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      Tuliplady wrote Jun 27, 2014
    • Well, The Kid is hurting, but not quite as bad as I thought he might be.  And now she wants to make up.  

      One good thing, he’s got a lot of us at work who he is close to and we’ve all listened (and listened some more) and given him pretty much the same advice.  That being “it’s over”    

      I really like his former girlfriend, but they come from two different backgrounds and are going two different places in life.  Anyone with some experience could see this coming.  

      I feel so bad for him.  I imagine I’ll be getting a drunk phone call from him about 11 pm




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      Marya1961 wrote Jun 28, 2014
    • It is all the way of life...we get involved, we get our hearts broken...if it didn’t happen that way, we would never meet the person we are destined to be with...not always, because there is divorce, but even then, people bounce back and meet someone new.  It does hurt, but time and lots of support from family and friends can mend the unhappiness.




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      Denise Richardson wrote Jun 29, 2014
    • Things like this takes time, these are life lessons we’ve all been through and we made it through it just be there for him and let him know that life doesn’t stop because of it learn from it and move on without beating himself up, it’s ok she probably wasn’t right for him anyhow but as time moves on he will begin to see as the scales of puppy love begin to fall from his eyes he will be ok.




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