I am still upset over what my friend did? How do I forget about it?

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Hey guys

I hope all is well with you.

Recently I have been feeling very inferior to an old friend from uni who got the girl we both liked at the time.

Fast forward a few years they have moved in together in the same city as me and he is still friends with our group from uni.

The problem is when we were at uni they were slightly competitive. To be honest I don't really like him at all especially after he finally got her he made it clear to me they were going out as if to rub his nose in it.

At the time it made me feel really inferior and even though this happened years ago, o still get memories from that and my other friends in the group don't really understand.

How do I get over this? It still bugs me

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    Stop thinking about it. What they - or he - does in life is their business. You have your own life to negotiate and you are giving him power he is not entitled to. Control what you do - forget about him. Do you think he ties himself in knots about you?
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      Yes you are right wayne, however the only thing that gets me is the memory of what he did and with his competitive nature makes me feel lower and inferior no matter what I do. I also feel very low because I'm embarrassed to speak to that girl that ever again, even though I don't really care about them at all and my life has moved on since then if you know what I mean.

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