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Can You Ever Stop Loving Someone? Steps To Move On



Can You Ever Stop Loving Someone

Can you ever stop loving someone? Yes, you can stop loving someone by moving on. Today in this article we will discuss about how to stop loving someone. Continue reading to know how to forget someone.

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How To Forget Someone?

Can You Ever Stop Loving Someone


Love does not always vanish just because we wish it to. Even if you can’t completely forget someone who doesn’t love you or has harmed you, you can manage those emotions in constructive, healthy ways so they don’t bring you suffering in the future.

Here are some things you can do to stop forget someone.


Steps To Do For Moving On

Here are 6 steps to do so that you can forget someone.

Consider your life an adventure

Everyone doing well now thought they’d never be okay. A breakup will be a lesson in the future. When we understand our lives as flexible, not fixed, we can better contextualize our experiences.

Splits aren’t the end. Nobody can claim our story or identity, alone or not. We may leave a relationship feeling like we left part of ourselves behind, wondering how to go on, yet we’re still whole, evolving, and growing.

Keeping mobility in mind prevents us from getting stuck in an inner critic’s whirlwind that tells us we’ll never move on or feel like ourselves again.

Hush your inner voice

The “critical inner voice” is a negative thinking process we all have, like an internalized adversary. This harsh “voice” criticizes, coaches, and pities us (and others) in ways that kick us when we’re down. This inner critic causes a lot of post-breakup sorrow and misery.


Consider realistically

Breakups are always painful, but we prefer to focus on the good and ignore the negative. Dr. Karen Weinstein told Business Insider to reflect on the connection. “Resist idealizing the connection.” It’s normal to only remember the relationship’s good points.

This makes it difficult to accept that it’s ended and is the equivalent of “denial” in the stages of grieving. Remembering that there were problems and issues in the relationship and actual reasons for breaking up might help us feel more resilient and determined to go on.

Give up fantasy

We don’t just idealize a spouse or relationship after a breakup. Dr. Firestone calls this a “dream relationship” since it substitutes true love and intimacy.

Symptoms of a fantasy connection include connecting as a unit, prioritizing the form of being a pair above establishing touch, slipping into routine, lacking freedom, and indulging in less affection.

As imagination replaces true love, the relationship generally deteriorates. The pair may believe their companion will “rescue” them. Or, they may part because the factors that brought them together are gone.


Feel the sensations

Breakups leave people emotionally vulnerable. These emotions might seem overpowering, yet they come in waves. Arrives, peaks, then fades. Healing involves accepting our emotions.

Treat yourself like a friend and relax. We may recognize grief, rage, or fear without feeding our inner critic. Thoughts like “you’ll never find someone else” or “you can’t live without him or her” are not appropriate.

Discuss about it

Some individuals feel the way to move on is to simply shut down and not speak about it. Sharing our experience with someone who has gone through it, someone we trust and can give compassion, or someone who can help us feel better is a wise (and selfless) decision.

People desire to support one another. We may also benefit from obtaining the assistance of a therapist and having a safe and specialized outlet for our emotional experiences.