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    Does anyone here have any tips for getting over someone?

    Me and him used to talk all the time and we both knew we were talking and then it just sort of ended from him but I still really really like him it's the first person I've really ever actually liked but he doesn't feel the same way about me.

    I'm not going to try and changes his views of me because I don't want to be known as the boy who's obsessed I just wanna get over him.

    Any tips? )))) (((
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    to get over someone, you must get under someone

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    yeah sorry I've never had to get over anyone but good luck :yy:
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    Concentrate on your friends, your studies, your hobbies, your job etc. Just take your mind off him and distance yourself as much as possible.
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    (Original post by Milzime)
    to get over someone, you must get under someone
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    yeah sorry I've never had to get over anyone but good luck :yy:
    The only way to get rid of an addiction is getting another addiction.
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    (Original post by georgiaswift)
    Concentrate on your friends, your studies, your hobbies, your job etc. Just take your mind off him and distance yourself as much as possible.
    If I could distance myself I would
    We go to the same school, heck same form.
    Same friendship group so see him at parties etc

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    (Original post by Milzime)
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    yeah sorry I've never had to get over anyone but good luck :yy:
    It is quite true sometimes, find someone to give you a good bum whip you'll never look back
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    The only way to get rid of an addiction is getting another addiction.
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    I'm in the exact same position as you. This is probably bad advice but I find rebounding is the best, or at least flirt it up with some other people if that's your style.
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    It's extremely difficult ngl, but you gotta think about yourself. Is this person worth crying over? Even if they did like you, where would you have gone from there, would you have had a 'proper' future (marriage, kids etc)? Do you have any friends, studies or work to distract yourself with? (Although this is not easily done). Delete or bin things that remind you of that person. Try to talk to new people and create new friendships. Importantly, know your self worth and respect yourself. Don't be wailing over somebody who doesn't give a damn about you, you look like an idiot you end up feeling like an idiot too. I hope this helps, if not, then I wish you luck and one day you'll be over that person. However if you loved that person truly, I doubt you'll ever get over them. You may find yourself thinking about them and wondering how they're doing and what their life is like now (assuming it's been a while). Youd like to see them again, just to hear their voice. You may not want to be back with them, but you won't necessarily be over them.
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    (Original post by Pharmaholic)
    It's extremely difficult ngl, but you gotta think about yourself. Is this person worth crying over? Even if they did like you, where would you have gone from there, would you have had a 'proper' future (marriage, kids etc)? Do you have any friends, studies or work to distract yourself with? (Although this is not easily done). Delete or bin things that remind you of that person. Try to talk to new people and create new friendships. Importantly, know your self worth and respect yourself. Don't be wailing over somebody who doesn't give a damn about you, you look like an idiot you end up feeling like an idiot too. I hope this helps, if not, then I wish you luck and one day you'll be over that person. However if you loved that person truly, I doubt you'll ever get over them. You may find yourself thinking about them and wondering how they're doing and what their life is like now (assuming it's been a while). Youd like to see them again, just to hear their voice. You may not want to be back with them, but you won't necessarily be over them.
    That's probably the best advice I've received thank you very much
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    Time and space, my friend.
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    Trying to do this myself. It doesn't help when we FaceTime. Of course I could always say no but I guess I enjoy facetiming her.


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