Good Ole Heartache

 Anonymous (@)7 years, 8 months ago

What do you do when the person you’ve been in love with for the past two years wakes up and tells you they don’t love you anymore?

It’s not the typical situation where someone meets someone new and “better” and falls out of love, it’s the horrible realization that someone would rather spend their time doing anything other than being with you.
Is it possible to stop your brain from loving someone?
I know this is not a love forum and for some this situation might seem petty but how do you pick yourself back up when everything your used to just disappears?
I am ok alone, I know I can make myself happy, but what’s a good way to adjust to a big, unexpected life change like that?

January 20, 2014 at 12:05 pm
ces’t la vie (197) (@citygirl9050) 7 years, 8 months ago ago

I don’t think one can necessarily make their brain stop loving someone, but I know one can fall out of love. The energy just isn’t there anymore. The “sparks.” You can always get it back with some space, perhaps.

I think the best way to adjust to this change is to stay distracted. Join a new class, club, etc. Go to parties and meet new people. Love always comes again.

It’s hard when you are still in love with someone and then they wake up one day and tell you that they don’t love you. But it honestly happens. Personally, if I am ever in love I don’t let myself get too attached because I know how deep one can get in love and to protect myself I just like to keep it light on the inside, but maybe deep on the surface. If that makes sense… I just know that keeping a relationship going is A LOT of work. and most people don’t stay together simply because they are “in-love.” There are many factors as to why people stay together and why they work.

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