|How to Stop Loving Someone|
Sometimes it can hurt you more than it makes you happy. Maybe you just went through a bad breakup or perhaps you’re in love with someone who doesn’t love you back. These experiences can be painful and you might be wondering how to move past them and be happy again. You can stop loving someone by creating distance, coping with your sadness, and moving forward with your life.
You can stop loving someone by creating distance, coping with your sadness, and moving forward with your life.
Let see how we can stop loving someone
Limit seeing the person you love.
When you're trying to move on from someone, spend as little time around them as you can. Drive a different route to work or walk an alternative way to class. If you have mutual friends, hang out with them less if you know the one you love will be around.
Do Unfollow, unfriend or block them on social media.
Remember: out of sight, out of mind. Avoid seeing the person you love both in person and online. Block them from all your social media accounts so neither of you has access to one another. If you don’t want to block them, at least unfriend or unfollow them so you don’t have to see their posts in your newsfeed.
Focus on their flaws instead of the good times.
You might be thinking of the laughter and fun that you shared with the one you love; instead, remember the not-so-good times. There’s a reason you don’t want to love this person anymore. Focus on what led you to this decision.
Make lots of changes in your life. When trying to stop loving someone, reinvent yourself. View the old you as the person who was in love and create a new version of yourself who doesn’t have these same feelings. Update your wardrobe, home, and set new goals for yourself.
Get support from your friends.
Letting go of the love you have for someone is tough, but with a little help from your friends and family, you can do it. Rather than isolating yourself, call up a friend to talk.
Make lots of changes in your life.
When trying to stop loving someone, reinvent yourself. View the old you as the person who was in love and create a new version of yourself who doesn’t have these same feelings. Update your wardrobe, home, and set new goals for yourself.
Find a new hobby.
During this process, keep yourself busy with fun activities. Try something you’ve always wanted to do or rededicate yourself to an old hobby.
Go out on dates again.
Once you’ve fallen out of love and no longer think of the person every day, get back out there. Ask your friends to introduce you to other singles they know or consider an online dating service. And remember, no matter how tough this is, you got it!
Getting over someone you once loved takes time and a good amount of emotional effort. You should limit the time you spend thinking about the relationship, but if thoughts of the person creep in now and again, don’t panic. You’re only human.