Showing posts with label someone else. Show all posts
Showing posts with label someone else. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

We all say that love is the reason why two people stick together, but if love starts moving to somebody else, well its gonna be a big problem.  The feeling of losing  your feelings to your partner (boyfriend or girlfriend)  is the reason why there are so many cheating cases happening in this world.  Love is the food in every relationship we should always feed it with affection, understanding, care, etc.  If love is gone anything could happen that will surely destroy the wonderful relationship you have.  So if your feeling starts fading then be responsible not to give up so easily on your relationship, there is always a solution and there is always a way to bring that feelings alive again.  So here are great stories about how to handle situation like this.
Here are reliable answers from our friends online on how to handle yourself when your love one is in love to someone else:
She seems unsure as to act on her feelings even though she most likely knows how you feel too. She probably does like someone else because it is possible but i would wait if you really want to be with her. If she is sure that she would want to be with you she would not hold back and so she is unsure at the moment.
Just wait for her and if you do, she'll definitely come around to find that you are willing to wait for her.

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I'm the girl in your situation. I'm in love with someone but i cant have him and i know that. its almost impossible for me to think about liking anyone else but finally i found a guy that i think i may really actually like, so i told him my situation. I'm obviously not going to fall out of love with the other guy immediately but having a new guy to get to know and have fun with is really helpping me move on from my first love. I'm not using him by any means...i actually really do like him and he understands whats going on with me. give her time...she does like you and she will eventually get over the other guy. just make sure you don't hurt her.
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It's possible to love someone who loves someone else. It happens all the time. It's not a healthy situation to be in and can be quite miserable. Look at it this way. There is someone out there who would love for you to love THEM. If the one you are in love with now loves someone else there's nothing you can do. He or she may be in that very situation too for all you know - the person he or she loves may love someone else. You deserve to be loved just like everyone else and while I know you can't just suddenly stop loving someone you have to live your life the best that you can. Get out and enjoy your life, socialize, try your best to have fun. If the relationship is meant to be it eventually will be. But in the meantime don't stop living your life for this person. I wasted over two years of my life for someone who couldn't care less about me, was almost ruined financially because he caused me to lose my job, I was forced to take a horrible job (no other jobs were available) wherein I was required to work hundreds of hours overtime in a year and never got paid for it (not yet at least), and was the subject of verbal abuse and intimidation at the horrible job I had to take in order to support myself. I walked around in a fog - in LaLa Land, totally in love with the person and making excuses for his behavior. I never did anything wrong to deserve what I got. Never got an explanation. No apology. Nothing. I finally realized that he was rocking along enjoying his life, doing well in his career, and probably never gave me a second thought after drop-kicking me into the twilight zone. So try this: Place a value on yourself. Realize that you deserve love, you are capable of loving someone, and you have a lot to offer someone. Do not waste your time mooning over someone who is probably off enjoying his life with someone else. This doesn't mean you are supposed to instantly stop loving that person but over time you will learn to live with it and will move past it. Someone eventually will come along who WILL love you, appreciate you, and will sweep you off your feet! I've heard of a country song (I'm not a country music fan) but it's called Thank God for Unanswered Prayers. I've never even heard all of the song but I can say from experience that it's a good title. There have been so many times that I was grateful a few prayers of mine weren't answered as I found out later that the job I really, really wanted ended up being a horrible job with a horrible boss and a high turnover - they couldn't keep one single person there. Another time was over a guy. I was in my early 20s. I thought he was "it on a stick." I found out much later that what he pretended to be and what he actually was were two totally different things. I was very thankful that prayer wasn't answered too. Life is too short. Live your life as best you can. Things will work out the way they are supposed to.
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I think that men always want to feel number one and that they probably won't get over the thought that she might want someone else more.
BUT I think that you could be her number one, once she starts having a relationship with you. If you are having a happy relationship she has no reason to leave you for someone else, and she will as well has doubts that this other guy might drop her again.

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I think it's still a little too early for him to jump into a relationship with her. She was so in love with her ex that she was willing to throw things away with this guy in order to get back with the ex, but since he didn't want her now she's ready to move on?
Sorry, but I wouldn't chance it. I think she's not over the ex and if he comes back wanting her to be with him, you'll likely be dumped to the side just as you were before.

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Things to do...
  1. You have to get the thought of that person out of your mind. This can be done by getting busy with something else. Make sure you're not left all by yourself with your thoughts.
  2. Always think of the mistakes of the person, this will help you build up a negative perception of that person.
  3. Stay emotional balanced by attending social gatherings (not clubs, or any where where lovers are).
  4. Attend sporting exercises that are a bit physical like lawn tennis, swimming, football etc. This will help shake your thoughts out and bring you out of yourself.
  5. Read the bible and get to know Jesus. (This actually works magically).

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