From her picture, it looks like she's been having wonderful time whereas when I think of myself, and it has been an year since the break up, I feel like I've mainly just limited myself to work , workout and studies. I got rid of some bad habits after the break up and just got a lot better emotionally and physically than I was a year ago. However, I feel like I've missed on the "fun" part of life, which can be difficult af when you work in finance. Secondly, I feel like she's didn't have any issue forgetting about me and moving on and I was the only one stuck in the past for so long. It's kinda hurting. It reminds me of that meme where the woman has a great time after break up while the guy is depressed for a long time. Is this the case with all women? Or am I making assumptions as I broke all ties with her that day so I have no way of knowing about her struggles?
I know I should focus more on the positive side of this. Even if I missed the "fun" part, I got to know a lot about myself along the way. I developed patience, perseverance (I used to suck at this), learned to focus on the brighter side of things, healing my rusty connection with "higher energy", as Wayne Dyer says, and just became more spiritual. I also got rid of bad habits and became more strong, character wise... and more.
But still, looking at her picture (all smiles and shit) creates this void in my heart and it hurts like a fucker. I don't know what I should do.