When you think of it like that, you have about a 1/2% chance to experience true happiness. That is of course, if you don't mess up. And man, did I mess up. As much as it pains me to see her leave, I have to realize that I deserved it. All the pain and sorrow I'm going through, I deserve it for ruining the chance I had with her. I had the most perfect girl, but instead of cherishing it I intentionally hurt her and couldn't accept her flaws and mistakes when they happened. It seems like that I realized my mistake too late, and when I tried to change things for the better...it was too late. I took way too long to try to fix my errors and now she's found someone else. So there goes my 1% of true happiness. Honestly, I tried to move on, and I tried putting myself out there again, but I just can't seem to get attracted to any girl, much less show any interest to them. How can I? I had the most wonderful girl that any guy could ask for, but I was too much of a fool to realize the wonderful thing I had and blew it. She's found someone she can be happy with, and even though I am happy for her, there will always be that haunting thought that I could of been that guy if I wasn't such a fool. I know I should give it time for me to move on, but it's been a month and I still love her, and it's really preventing me from even trying to meet new girls. I just have so much regrets. It's as they say, once you taste the most delicious sweet in the world, everything else tastes dull and bland compared to it.