Can we really unloved someone and unwritten the past? You can’t unloved someone. Love come and go in the most unexpected way. The best thing you can do is to treasure that love until a bigger love comes in your way. These 5 tips on how to unloved someone from your past will help you find the freedom to move on and be happy again.
1. It takes time. Be patient. Give it more time.
It takes time to forget someone special. We have to face the fact that certain chapters in our lives should be closed. Remember the good, and remember the bad, remember why you aren’t with this person now, and use this to make your present and future relationships even better!
2. Walk away from a painful relationship and don’t come back for more.
It is okay to walk away from something that hurts you. It doesn’t require blame or justification. It just requires you to stop fanning the flames. You will find love again, and next time it will feel better. Life isn’t easy. Some things build us up and some tear us down. Our hearts expand and break and rebuild—repeatedly. We are constantly learning and changing and growing. If in love you find yourself in a sticky situation like I was, please stop picking at scabs.
3. Engage yourself in your own life.
Use your time to alone to focus on yourself and your own goals in life. You can take a course in cooking, pick up a new hobby or learn dancing – whatever you want. Whatever you do, don’t dwell on the person who is making you unhappy.
4. Don’t return his calls.
Don’t return his calls. Some things just won’t work, no matter how badly we wish they would. Sometimes the match that felt so right just isn’t. Please don’t do more damage to your heart by trying to fix something that has passed its expiration date. It will leave you raw.
5. Keep looking for another person.
If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it. And, like any great relationship, it just gets better and better as the years roll on. It’s good option to keep looking for another person of your match. Sometimes it may take time but you don’t know when fortune takes your turn.