While I am speaking as a motivator to you , relationship rejection affects everyone, young, old, teenagers, adults, introverts, extroverts. Of course, not to overshare, but it's good to release some of the pressure and have space to allow yourself to heal.
Hopefully I know that person means the world to you now but hear me out in the next 8 ways as to why I cease the sentence.
I present 8 ways to stop thinking about that person in 3 aspects: Mental, Active, and Spiritually. Hope what I have learned from my life can help you step out of the vicious cycle of thinking about your lost love.
1. Accept and Move on.
Instead, concentrate on moving forward by accepting what happened. When you accept what happened, you will be able to stop thinking about that someone and move on with your life.
2. Be Sad And You Will Let Go of Your Sadness
It is absolutely okay to be sad and to hang on to your sadness for a while. It's just how we process our sadness. Give yourself some time and a couple of weeks. There will be a point whereby your body will be able to process and recover from the sadness. However, if you repress your sadness by not expressing it, this sadness will lurk around the shadows. With no room to express itself, there is a high chance this sadness will keep ruining your day.
3. Remind Yourself That They Are Not Perfect
It's typical human behavior to desire the things we don't have. When your parents did not buy you that toy you eyed, you throw a tantrum, you cried, screamed, and at that moment, that was the BEST toy that's around, that was the ONLY toy you wanted in your entire life. You moved on, saw another toy, and fell in love once again.
Relationships are similar. Lessen that desirability of the person by reminding yourself that they are not perfect. Accept the Fact that They Didn’t Want You in Their Life
4. Value Yourself.
Help yourself to remember the fact that they didn't want you in their life, and that it's their misfortune! You deserve much better than to begin thinking about someone who doesn’t even care about you. Make it look like they were the ones who missed such an amazing person like you in their life.
5. Respect Yourself
Low confidence and an absence of respect for yourself are normal after facing any rejection. Embrace the experience and continue to strive toward a new path.
These are strategies that you can act on to minimalize and expedite your healing process from a rejection.
6.Stay Away from that Someone on Social media
For you to stop thinking about that someone, you need to deliberately stay away from them on social media. Social media can be a tempting spot that gets you to see what they are up to in their life. temporarily block the person or quickly scroll down and see other things. If you think you cannot do without checking on them daily on social platforms, why not delete or block them from your profile? When you keep reading their posts, you will get tied to them and continue to think about them.
7. Dispose Stuff that Was Given by or Get Reminded of That Person
It will be difficult to get over somebody if you continue helping yourself to remember the experiences that you had with the person. For you to stop thinking about that someone, you need to dispose of the stuff given by or even reminds you of the person. Immediately after getting rid of these things, you will have that sense of renewal to move ahead.
8. Create a Distraction
In a situation where you can't stop thinking about that someone, what you can do is find someone else, like a pop group or a thing, like picking up on long manga series to obsess over. Divert your attention from them by thinking about the new person or thing and soon even, you will stop thinking about that person.
9. Stay Active Even When You Don't Want To
Do you realize that a person who sits there without doing anything will end up getting nothing? Don’t sit and think about that person all day. Take part in any activity, your new distraction, walk, cook, help your parents to do a new paint job.. you will have less time thinking about that person, and in the long run, you build better relationship or new skills!
10. Stop Discussing about Them
You can definitely share your woes with your close friends and family but not talk about your situation all day. Respectful friends will stop talking about the topic when they know you are serious about not talking about it. The worst scenario is to spread rumors about that person. Avoid Romantic Movies and Books
Watching romantic movies will only add to your sadness, especially when you still think about that someone. Have a Change in Your Environment
Why not put aside these recurring thoughts and visit new places with your friend or family? Build new and joyful experience to overwrite the old thoughts.
Forgiving is a very important aspect of learning how to stop thinking about that someone. Forgiving someone is a step to moving forward in your life. You will overlook the sad experiences that the individual brought into your life and in this way, you will welcome another happy life instead.
12. Concentrate With Your Life
Concentrate on the present, the goodness that you already have and have been blessed with. Focusing on the critical things that will enhance your life consistently. Set a new goal and realize that the future holds something good for you.
Apply any of the above actions to stop thinking about that someone. Accept that this experience is set by the universe to make you grow and become wiser. When you look back, you will reflect that this somewhat unpleasant experience had a positive outcome after all.
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