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I actually wish I did, because I feel like it would simplify this situation greatly. The longer you can go without contact, the better you will feel. Take note of what precedes that -- a disappointment, being overly tired, fear about the future, a romantic breakup.So I just need to let him (or the idea of him) go, right? I thought that would happen naturally after I'd gotten some closure during that visit, but it hasn't. I keep rehashing what we did, what I did, our last interactions, wondering what I should have done differently, wondering if I actually am sexually attracted to him and am subconsciously repressing it, like coming out in reverse. I'm tired of having my mind in two different places at once. But every time you reignite this set of responses, you're going to be back where you started, obsessed and anxious and confused about why your feelings are so out of control. Say to yourself, OK, I'm having one of those "fuck-it" moments, so I'm just going to do something different this time. Give yourself some of what you need then -- a massage, a good meal, maybe some sexual healing by yourself, whatever works for you.I'm grossed out by my own desperation over this guy. I note that this began when you were under a lot of stress, and were "in a 'fuck it' kind of phase." Behind the "fuck it" response is overwhelm, stress and sometimes a kind of hopelessness or self-hatred, a desire to just give up and let whatever is going to happen happen. It would be great if you were stable enough to play with him, take what you need from the interaction and control your responses. You have been going through some big changes and your emotional life is a little out of whack.We're not really talking much these days like we used to, so this is all my doing. Every time you make contact with him in any way, you are reigniting a set of responses. So you need to do yourself a favor and give yourself a cooling-off period.
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