STOP LOVING

How to Stop Loving Someone Who Doesn't Love You

These tips on how to stop loving someone will help you start loving people who are worthy of being loved.


1. Stop being in touch

2. Make a list of the problems in your relationship

3. Notice other people

4. Give it some time and then move away

5. Try to understand the distinction between “love” and “being in love”

6. Try to create “real” distance between you and this person

7. Keep yourself busy with the things you love doing

8. Start dating again

9. There is no “one and only”

10. Fall in love with yourself
The last but the most important tip on how to stop loving someone, is to start loving yourself.

How to Release Emotional Attachments to Someone Who Doesn’t Love You Back

1. GIVE YOURSELF TIME

2. BE THE BEST VERSION OF YOU.

3. rEMINISCE ABOUT THE THINGS THAT WENT WRONG IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP.

4. CLOSE THE CHAPTER OF YOUR LAST RELATIONSHIP FOREVER.

5. TRY TO FIND LOVE AGAIN.

6. GET YOURSELF BACK OUT THERE. / listen to your heart and you won’t fail.



You need to understand that it is just a waste of your energy.

How Do You Stop Loving Someone?
  1. Start by writing down all the reasons you love the person and then write down if you are seeing the same level of commitment from them. ...
  2. Remind yourself of the reasons why it wouldn't work.
  3. Distract yourself with other activities. ...
  4. Be honest with them about your intention to leave them alone.
  5. Stop checking in on them.

They are not going to change their mind, no matter what you do.

Stop caring about this person, ..

because the longer you hold on, 

... it will be worse with time.


How to Deal With Loving Someone You Can't Have
  1. Work Through Your Feelings. When you love someone you can't have,you may try to bury your feelings deep inside so you don't have to deal with the hurt that the reality of the situation has caused you. ...
  2. Focus on Yourself. ...
  3. Make Time for Friends and Family. ...
  4. Don't Be So Hard on Yourself. ...
  5. Don't Give Up on Love.

You need to understand that this person is not even that great.

you are not on the persons mind. So why is this person still on yours?


Part One of Four:
Giving Yourself Space

1
Recognize that pain is normal.

2
Allow yourself time to grieve.

3
Recognize that you cannot control the other person. 

4
Take some time away from the other person.

5
Express your feelings to yourself.

6
Realize that you are better off. 

7
Avoid the blame game. 

8
Get rid of mementos.


Stop caring so much, because you know your standards are higher than this.

One day you are going to look back and wonder why you cared so much.


Part Two of Four:
Implementing Short-Term Fixes

1
Avoid getting drunk and calling or texting the other person. 

2
Distract yourself.

3
Remember that unrequited love hurts the other person too.

4
Make a list of the good things about yourself.


You need to stop caring about this person, 

because you are just hurting yourself.


Part Three of Four:
Starting to Heal

1
Avoid memory triggers. 

2
Talk it out with someone.

3
Strengthen your support networks.

4
Challenge unhelpful thoughts.

5
Treat this as a learning experience.

6
Change up your routine.

7
Find yourself.

8
Push yourself outside your comfort zone.


Everything will be okay, ..

you just need to leave your heart open for someone more worthy.

Part Four of Four:
Moving On

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