It’s going to take more than a couple of days. Remember how you felt after seeing Katherine Heigel’s ’27 Dresses’? Violated, disturbed, twisted. It took you a full month to flush that crap out of your system. You swore off blonde people for a good week, you had night sweats and doubled up on your therapy sessions in January.
Now think about this long, nasty ass relationship you just exited.
A few days? Relax tiger. What are you, an emotional robot? Of course not, these things take time. Your mind has to process and mentally pee out the toxins in your body. Don’t bug out that you don’t feel like it’s over. For the most part it will be over when it feels over, but there are a few basics you can implement to facilitate the process. Filter that fool: remove any and all images of this toxic avenger, erase his name from your cell phone, remove or hide his emails/FB page.
Shit-talk him unsparingly for a few days, go buy yourself a pair of new sheets and hang out with your good friends. Think about your new, un-toxic future and remember: mental health wasn’t built in a day.