A friend once told me his test of whether he's over an ex is whether it would bother him if they were dating someone else. Under that logic, I've never gotten over anyone in my life. Months and sometimes years after a relationship, my heart rate still accelerates when I see an ex is dating someone new on Facebook. Over a year after I ended one relationship, I found some photos on Facebook of my ex with a woman I didn't recognize. It was like we were still together and he cheated. I wasn't entitled to feel this way — I broke up with him!
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While it may indicate self-esteem issues, it also showcases perseverance. A lot of us have been there: You meet someone new. Everything seems be pretty close to perfect — at the beginning anyway. A few months later, you start to realize that you may be really falling for this person. But for some reason, the closer you try to establish something more tangible, they pull back. I talked to several experts for their advice on how to stop dating emotionally unavailable people. At first they're mysterious, deep, brooding, or even funny and the life of the party.
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Though love can be wonderful, sometimes it can hurt you more than it makes you happy. These experiences can be painful and you might be wondering how to move past them and be happy again. You can stop loving someone by creating distance, coping with your sadness, and moving forward with your life. To stop loving someone, do your best to distance yourself by unfollowing them on social media and seeing them as little as possible.
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