All things must come to an end: Getting over someone you love can seem impossible now, but don't worry: With time - and the right strategies in place - the pain will start to fade and you'll feel more like yourself again. Try practicing what you would say before going to a friend or family member about sensitive issues.
How To Get Over Someone Who Doesn't Like You Back
How to Get Over Someone and Move On with Your Life | Mark Manson
Unreciprocated feelings can often be more about what we are trying to prove to ourselves than the person to whom we are professing our love. When you like someone who doesn't like you back, the most important thing to realize is that nobody else determines whether or not you are lovable. The second most important thing to know is that you can try all you want, but you aren't going to force someone to grow feelings for you. Feelings aren't intentional. They just happen. If someone doesn't like you back, it means that they are not right for you. You might not be able to understand why that's true now, but eventually — a few weeks or months from now — you'll look up and realize that it's true.
How to Get Over Someone and Move On with Your Life
According to research published in The Journal of Positive Psychology, it takes 11 weeks to feel better after a relationship ends. But a separate study found it takes closer to 18 months to heal from the end of a marriage. Because love is a messy emotion, and each relationship comes with its own memories and feelings, the end of any relationship will be a unique experience.
By now, I'm sure you know how the dating scene goes—and if your track record is anything like mine, it's the equivalent of being stuck in a never-ending Tay Swift breakup song. So if you are currently riding that heartbreak struggle bus right now, it can be hard to see things beyond the tears and pain. We get it, girl! Here's some truth to head into the new year with to get you back on to your single recovery.