After all, we were together for two and a half years. She disappeared at the end and that was pretyt much it.
The narrative back then was that she was a bitch.
All my friends told me she wasn't worth it. I had to believe it.
I was telling myself that it is a horribly abrupt way to end things and that I would probably need a lot of time to move on.
But if I was being honest, it was a case of her making it way too easy to move on.
I was tired of all the arguments and her lack of accountability. I was tired of always having to spend on her because she didn't want to work.
I was also looking forward to a new life and dating other girls.
I think in life, you can let go of the idea that you "must" feel a certain type of pain that would take a bit of time to heal simply just because.
You just have to be honest with yourself and not listen to the narratives that people around you create.
And yes, people will judge you if you become happy too quickly.
Think about it.