How Can I Move on From The Person Who Doesn’t Love me?
You will be doing yourself a huge favor if you remind yourself that this person is not the end-all-be-all.
It can be emotionally challenging when you feel like you’re in love with someone and they don’t reciprocate it. This has happened to me before, a couple of times, and it sucks.
In addition to learning meditation techniques that helped me understand attachment, I had to remind myself that no woman is worth chasing after, especially if they do not feel the same way I do. I learned that the right woman will come into my life naturally.
The same can be said for you. If this person doesn’t love you, and you love them, you need to move on. Otherwise, you will get hurt. You may become desperate and start to cling to this person, or to an idea of how you view this person romantically, and the more you do this the harder it will be to separate yourself from the feeling associated with that person.
Your happiness does not revolve around this person, or anyone you’re trying to move on from. If you keep clinging on to this person then you’re giving an idea power over yourself. If you don’t learn to let go and move on from one person, then you’ll feel heartbreak many more times.
Move on by taking care of your needs. Don’t worry about the other person. They’re probably not even really thinking about you. When you put a lot of thought into them and wonder why they didn’t love you then it might make you anxious. So take care of yourself. Distract yourself, if you need to, by doing some of your favorite things. But ultimately what you’re trying to accomplish here is detaching yourself from an idea in your mind. You have to surrender yourself to reality and come to terms with, “well, I guess this person doesn’t love me. But I will be okay”.
Remind yourself of these two things:
I will be okay.
This person is not the end-all-be-all.
There will be a time that you find love, and the best part is that this person will love you too, just as much. That is the person worth waiting for. It takes time, but patience is a virtue.