How to cope with recent break up?

Ok, so I met my ex-fiance 2 and a half years ago. We were engaged and living together...we split up last week. We've decided to continue living together until our contract on the house runs out in about a months' time. I'm really not coping though. I've cried every day since it happened. I've not been eating. I just feel like absolute crap! I still love him and he says he loves me too and still cares etc etc but he seems to be coping fine. There is no chance of us getting back together. I've been keeping busy as much as I can with 2 jobs, a nursery placement, and now returning to college. But I need advice on how to deal with this. Because I am struggling beyond belief!

Asked By: - 8/31/2012
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First I want to say I am sorry to hear about this and though I haven't been in this exact same situation I can truly imagine how painful it must be... More
Answered By: JH ♥ ASL *MJ* ImL* - 8/31/2012
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Come on girl keep a postitive attitude... More
Answered By: Heavenlee - 8/31/2012
Just like your username says: You only live once, right? You can either wallow in self pity while he's doing just fine, or you can start looking at life positively. You are responsible for your happiness.
Answered By: Sharkbait-ohh-ha-ha - 8/31/2012
Find somebody else. The guy that I'm seeing is going through a divorce after 6 years of marriage (wife cheated). He met me a few weeks after the incident and said meeting me was the best thing to help him cope. Oh he still lets her live in his house to.
Answered By: Sandra - 8/31/2012
it takes time. if break-ups were easy everybody would be doing it.
Answered By: mister-damus - 8/31/2012
Break ups are always hard. You are gonna have days where you feel like hell and others where you think hmmm maybe i can do this... More
Answered By: Boozy - 9/1/2012
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