How to forget someone you once loved without regrets.
The question though is, “How to forget someone you once loved?”
In my opinion, there is no simple answer to this. But I have been there and moved on, so I can relate and write about this.
Sometimes you may never totally forget about the person you love especially their contact details like a mobile number but that’s not a bad thing. … The fact that you still remember the good times is a sign that you deeply loved them and that maybe is still real even if it’s no longer the case. Know that however bad things may seem now, they will not last forever because time is a good healer.
So let us list the top ways how to forget someone you once loved without regrets.
1. Accept they are your past and move on.
Don’t dwell too much. Grieve and accept that they are no longer in your life and move on. The most difficult stage in forgetting someone is accepting that they are no longer there you can do this by finding other friends with commonalities and moving on!
2. Leave Social Media that reminds you of their presence
Remove Your Ex From Social Media and Your Phone. Too much social media may make it difficult for you to forget especially if that is where you two met or the mutual friends keep reminding you of them. Cut off social media for a while or if possible delete your account and start afresh! Break off contact completely. It’s hard to get over someone or forget them if you’re still talking to them.
3. Don’t try to contact them or look for their whereabouts
Normally you might be tempted to try and contact them even using a hidden number- this creates desperation and may result in stressful situations! avoid! Avoid contact with this person. Unless you are 100% certain that you can stay “just friends”
4. Hang out more with friends
Don’t go to the places you used to go to together that have special memories. Try and move out of the house and hang out more with friends. Don’t make the mistake of trying to find a replacement among your friends! They will think you are out for revenge or to get a rebound relationship! Just hang out and talk about stuff like soccer and stuff!
5. Start working out-Exercise
Boost your spirits with physical activity. Turn Your Energy Into Something Positive. Exercise is known as the best natural stress reliever. Hit the Road or join a Gym or Yoga class- Mind and bodywork in unison and this will make you learn more about yourself than any other book!
6. Don’t plan on Revenge and Bragging
Don’t Hold On To Anger And Blame. It is what it is- these things happen. If it was your fault then work on it – don’t discuss your relationship failures by blaming them. Heads up and move on! Weak people revenge-strong people avoid it!
7. Talk to someone and ask for help if you need it.
You may speak with someone you think are much wiser than you and not any Tom Dick and Harry who will make fun of your situation! I suggest you speak with your elder siblings or your parents about this. Most schools have Guidance and counseling services- seek one. Religious leaders may help too.
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Sometimes when breakups happen, it feels like we are drowned in a dark sea of pain. The helplessness begins when we are unable to go through and try to figure out how to move on with our normal life.
We want the pain of a breakup to end soon. But like everything in life, getting over heartbreak is also a process that takes its own time. Sometimes slow and other times fast. But the BIG question still remains the same: “Will I ever forget about my lover?”
- Take A Break & Relax
- Don’t Visit Those Special Places
- Don’t Stalk Your Ex
- Try Something New & Creative
- Don’t Sleep with Your Ex Post Breakup
- Spend Time With Those Who Uplift Your Mood J
- just Move On! Forgive & Forget About Her/Him!
- Give yourself permission to grieve. …
- Take care of yourself. …
- Lead the way in letting people know what you need. …
- Write down what you need (aka the ‘notecard method’) …
- Go outdoors. …
- Read self-help books and listen to podcasts. …
- Try a feel-good activity. …
- Seek professional help