Hello Therapist: My girlfriend from college is dating a guy & I’m not feeling happy about it; What to do?

Hello Therapist: My girlfriend from college is dating a guy & I’m not feeling happy about it; What to do?

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Hello Therapist: My girlfriend from college is dating a guy & I’m not feeling happy about it; What to do?

Hello Therapist, 

I am 27 years old and in love with a girl who studied in my college. We dated for 2 years and then we broke up. Now I heard that she is dating a guy who is my friend. I am not feeling happy about it and feel like calling her. What should I do?

Hello Pinkvilla Reader, 

College days have a lot of bittersweet memories and are closest to our hearts as that is the time when one can take independent decisions. Relationships of those times can be etched into the mind and heart of some people. But now those days are over. It’s time for real life and responsibilities. 

What is bothering you about your ex-girlfriend’s dating your friend? Do you still have feelings for her? If so then only you should clear your thoughts and decide what you want. Are you dating anyone presently? Focus on your own self and strive for a better future. Try Yoga or relaxation techniques to calm your thoughts. It doesn’t dwell well to live in the past and be affected by something that happened many years ago. Look ahead .. something better and wonderful is waiting for you.

Do you have a question to ask? Email us your queries at [email protected] with ‘Hello Therapist’ in the subject. Shh… don’t worry, we’ll make sure to keep everything anonymous!

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