There is no reason for you to worry over your soundness of character, your popularity or your future. You are one awesome person and what these people are saying is not going to stop your friends and family from loving you for exactly who you are.
I know when we are sensitive it hurts but please remember life is too short to worry about what one person thinks. In your case what these few nasty people from your "lady's family" think does not define who you are.
There is too much work to be done, too many good deeds to perform, people to love, experiences to savor. The unpleasantness has claimed enough of your life as it is. Time to right the imbalance by getting out there and setting up some wonderful experiences for yourself!
I believe in you Jamie so know I am here for you and many warm hugs coming your way.
I wish you peace and happiness.
IVE BEEN EXTREMELY DEPRESSED FOR 1 AND A HALF YEARS NOW SO I KNOW WHAT IT FEELS LIKE WE HAVE TO REMEMBER WE ARE GOOD PEOPLE AND WE CAN GET THROUGH THIS. GOD WILL HELP US PRAY TO HIM EVERYDAY AND LISTEN.
Good Morning Jamie,
I am so sorry for your sadness and also for your gf who is under the influence of her family and not at free will to make decisions for herself.
After breaking up with someone you loved you will feel a sense of loss for the hopes and dreams you had. All these feelings have to work themselves out of your system. It's a process you must go through, similar to grieving or getting over an addiction.
I know there are always so many things you still want to say to your ex. Write a letter that says them all and then don't send it. Put it away. Just writing it will make you feel better. You'll be relieved of carrying around the thoughts in your mind and free yourself for new and better things.
You know that we all care deeply for you here, Jamie, and that you are in our hearts and in our prayers.
Anyone who knows the real Jamie is a very fortunate person................you are amazing.