Anyone out there, who has been through the grind of breakups; have you ever felt physically ill?My gf and I (well ex, I suposse now, lol) just broke up after 3 years and 6 months (We started dating at the end of high school). Of course I'm hurt beyond belief and feel all the normal heartbreak; but I keep feeling incredibly sick to my stomach; anyone else ever have similer physical issues such as this?
Physical consequences of a breakup
yeah, thats normal for me. when i broke up with my ex a couple of years ago, i felt sick for ages, its strange. you end up not being able to eat and having a proper dodgey feeling in your tummy. donbt know whether its guilt or something, but i hated it.becky xx
you once said that a problem halved was a problem shared, but i couldnt tell you coz i didnt know you cared
I miss you
The mind has the ability to do things to your body.At one time, I was so stressed out that I would have a couple of nosebleeds a day for a month. Pretty scary for someone that had 1 or 2 nosebleeds in their whole life before that.
Yeah, I have. I lost weight too, and couldn't sleep. It totally sucks. :frowning:
~I tried to be good, but then I got bored~
I've had nosebleeds about a month before breaking up with her (I guess reading the writing on the wall) I wonder if it's related...Yea, no sleep here either; although I could use a little weight loss.I've found (psychologically) that I'm becomming numb, like I was before meeting her. I was in a general stasis where nothing would bother me, not much would please me (for more than the immediate reward).Lastly, I've had a profound sex drive, but oddly; I just don't feel like having sex, seeking it out, or even masturbating. What the hell is up with that?I swear; I feel like I'm in a disabled submarine. I can hear the creaking, and I can see the metal twisting; I'm just waiting for the hull to breach and have the crushing water surge in....I think I'm losing my mind.