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Having a crush can be one of the most painful experiences of young adulthood, especially
when the person is out of reach. Letting go and moving on is a process, but you can do it if you’re really determined to put your crush behind you and to move on. How can you get over it?
1. Accept Your Feelings
Pretending to yourself that you do not feel anything is just a waste of time. You have to acknowledge your feelings first, so you can get over them. You could even write down how you feel on your phone or a piece of paper, this will help you relieve some of the emotions, write till you are spent.
2. Speak To Friends and Family
Speak with someone you are close to. Ask a friend or family member for help. Most people can sympathize with love on some level, and they might be able to tell you about their own experiences overcoming a crush. The advice you might get, could go a long way. And even just opening up to someone else can help.
3. Acknowledge Defeat
Maybe the person is way older than you, in a relationship, or is inaccessible in some other way, it is important to avoid self deceit and acknowledged defeat to yourself. Don’t confuse this with personal failure. The fact that you can’t be with your crush has nothing to do with your inherent self-worth. Relationships don’t work out for a multitude of reasons, and most of them are problems that can’t be changed or improved. Some things are beyond your control.
4. Avoid Being Creepy
Do not stubbornly insist or resort to stalking. There are times when perseverance morphs into desperation and stupidity. Chasing an impossible crush is one of those times. Let the person go. It makes it easier.
5. Stay Away From Your Crush
If physical distance is possible, by all means stay away from your crush. Avoid places where you might meet, at least until you heal properly.But in cases where physical distance is not possible, then you can make your self less available and spend as little time as possible chatting or talking. Focus on school and other things and people.
6. Make a new friend/friends
Focusing on your attention on other people can help you get over the crush more quickly. Find people who share your hobbies. Making new friends will distract you from your current misery, boost your confidence, and might even lead you to someone who’s a better match for you.
7. Improve Yourself
Take care of yourself by doing something for yourself. Focus on your hobbies, looks, and so on. Work out. Exercise clears the mind — when you’re so focused on pushing your body, you can’t afford to worry about much else besides breathing and moving. Take up running, swimming, biking, or another activity that can both improve your body and de-junk your mind.
8. Do not become hateful
There is a thin line between love and hate. Therefore avoid becoming bitter with the person, this will be damaging to you in the long run. Thinking about how much you hate someone is still a way of obsessing over him or her, so you’re functionally stuck at square one.
9. Avoid a Relapse
Like someone getting over an addiction, you have to be wary of relapsing. Getting over a crush is hard work, and if it took you several months to become infatuated, it might take long to dig yourself back out. Accept that it’s a process, and plan ahead so you won’t be derailed by a sudden relapse.
Take a trip out of your immediate environment. See new people and new experiences. Soon you will heal.