I promise you, follow my advice STRICTLY and you'll get over him in no time: -Get out your phone and set an alarm right now for half an hour. Put on some sad music/music you associate with him and do your best to upset yourself - you need to grieve for the relationship. During this time you're welcome to stalk him on social media and look at photos of him. Decide how long you are going to grieve for - maximum is three days. SET YOURSELF A NEAR AND CLEAR ENDPOINT
After you've finished your period of grieving: -Stop interacting with him, stop watching his twitter. You don't have to delete photos of your relationship, but put them all on a memory stick, into a box and hide them in your loft SET A DATE YOU CAN OPEN THEM IN SIX MONTHS
-Once you've moved all the stuff from your relationship that you want to keep into the box, delete all of it from your phone/computer. Erase/hide everything that reminds you off him and delete him (or at least mute him, if you guys are staying distant friends) on social media
-Close the door on him (in your head) and forget about ever getting back with him. If you guys are remaining distant friends then don't delete him on social media - but at least mute his notifications. I know how hard it is to accept this, (love has been scientifically shown to be similar to addiction. But you have to ) but Ifyou want to forget him, you have to move on as if nothing will ever happen between you again - because unfortunately it won't.
-Look at YOUR facebook/diary/twitter from BEFORE you were interested in him and remember the stuff you used to do. -Go and do the stuff you enjoy doing without him. You're welcome to treat yourself A LITTLE BIT during this time, but don't use it as a crutch.
FOLLOW THESE STEPS RIGIDLY - I promise you it gets much much easier after the first couple of days.
while your looking at his whatsapp connection chances are he's looking at yours... Had ex dump me and has stalked me for 2 years ESP on dating websites got so bad eventually gave him my Kik name so he would leave me alone in peace on sites and stop contacting me, it worked not a peep from him... he wants to see if Ill post a picture of who I might be dating... now that's creepy! What your doing is normal you are grieving... in time you'll delete the messages then his phone number and accept its over... he's not blocked you so that means he sees you and you see him... I'd go ghost on him make him wonder what your up to etc... childish yes but it makes it look your over him
Not crazy but very, very bad for you. It's just re-opening the wound again and again. You have to resist that temptation and find something that motivates you other than hoping to get back together and getting the latest status update on what he's doing.
If you want to get over a broken heart, fill the hole with something else you like a whole lot (doesn't even have to be someone).
It's incredibly unhealthy but when breakups are fresh we can sometimes resort to unhealthy behavior. It's normal in that sense even if it's incredibly illogical and detrimental to our mental state. I'd suggest cutting off all lines of contact with that person and delete all past pics or messages. It will hurt but you will be better off for doing it in the long run.
I can say that you aren't the only one who has done this. I was pretty obsessive and stalked my ex on social media too. I understand the pain you're going through though, and I can say that you will get over it and things will get easier and less obsessive, just takes time
I am the same. I honestly don't even have to like the person for me to stalk them, all they have to do is get my attention or for them to trigger my interest. Some people are saying it's not normal but it's completely normal, believe me when I say you aren't alone. haven't you seen every modern teen romance movie ever? They stalk their crushes all the time.
It's hard to let go. There is some part where you did not get closure somehow. Stalking him for very long is going to feed unhealthy ruminations and preoccupations with things out of your control and make you actually crazy so you need to find some healthy way to break away. Find a constructive project or take little minutes and build up to retrain your mind to work positively for you.