Do you always feel that you are doing all the work in your relationship? Are you always walking on eggshells and doing the things they want?
Do your texts go unanswered, and you get calls only when they need you? If your answer to these questions is ‘yes,’ then, there is a good chance that you might be in a ‘one-sided’ relationship.
Hold on a minute! Don’t panic.
The most important thing to realize is that you have already put in massive amounts of effort, into making something work for you two. At this point, you need to understand your happiness matters too.
Perhaps, they have been mean to you and forced you to think that their happiness is the only important thing in the world. But, obviously, that’s not true.
You don’t need a magic formula to fix your situation. It is time to drop that unhealthy baggage and take a step towards your happiness.
How to stop thinking about ‘someone’
Once you have made up your mind for it, the glaring question that arises is, how to stop thinking about someone?
You ought to be harrowed by questions like ‘how to get someone off your mind,’ and ‘how to forget someone you love.’
Even before you begin the process of getting over your failed relationship, you might simply blurt out that you can’t stop thinking about that person. The process of getting over someone might seem to be nerve-racking at the inception.
But, remember that it’s not impossible to stop thinking about someone you like, especially when that ‘someone’ is the reason you are suffering in the first place!
Here are given six easy and practical ways to stop missing ‘someone’ and getting your life back on track.
After all, constantly thinking about ‘someone’ is a dead loss. And, there are a lot of better things in life that you are already missing out!
If you feel disconnected or frustrated about the state of your marriage but want to avoid separation and/or divorce, the marriage.com course meant for married couples is an excellent resource to help you overcome the most challenging aspects of being married.
Sylvia Smith loves to share insights on how couples can revitalize their love lives in and out of the bedroom. As a writer at Marriage.com, she is a big believer in living consciously and encourages couples to adopt this principle in their lives too. Sylvia believes that every couple can transform their relationship into a happier, healthier one by taking purposeful and wholehearted action.