without any detail on the advice you need, all I can say is that I have been there, several times, and you just learn to get back in the saddle and realize you are the most important thing in your life ...
personally, when my heart gets trampled on or, let's just say it, a man treats me and/or my emotions like they are a dime a dozen and they are something to wipe his shoes on ... well, I focus on ME ... I fix stuff, I complete goals, I make new friends, I enhance the best parts of my personality ... part of me thinks when he sees this he'll know what he lost ... the rest of me know I am just growing and finding the real me ...
if he has issues, give him his space ... if he wants to be chased ... screw him, who wants those games ... if he just needs to see you respect him, he'll come back and make things better than they were before ...
feel better soon, focus on yourself ... grow from this and be strong and be happy :)
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