we were close and i kinda attached to him emotionally very much.
But i can see he show signs that he dont like me anymore
so i want to forget him, how to do that?
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First, be honest with yourself about your feelings. When you say "I kinda attached to him emotionally very much," it has a mixed message: you were "kinda" attached (some attachment had started to form) or you were "very much" attached (your attachment was firmly solidified.) Sometimes, you need to embrace your loss and cry all the tear inside of you before you can let go, so don't try to use denial and tell yourself he didn't mean that much to you.
Reflect on the relationship and think about the positive things you learned from the experience. Determine why it went bad. Were there warning signs that you missed? Was it a relationship that was doomed from the beginning because of incompatibility issues which would surface sooner or later? Did either of you pretend to be different in the early stages of the relationship and the truth destroyed the relationship when it was finally revealed? Is there anything that you should have done differently
Reflect on what would happen if you reunited. Be realistic. You would probably encounter the same problems that you had before. If you made up, wouldn't it just create the occasion for you to eventually break up again
Finally, think about why you are feeling devastated. Did you misjudge him? Do you really feel that he is THE ONE and your life will never be complete without him? DO you feel insecure and question whether you will ever be able to attract another man? Are you afraid of being alone
While you are engaged in this phase of getting over it, do NOT allow yourself to contact him, don't do things so that you "accidentally" run into him somewhere, don't drive by where he lives, or anything else that someone might call "stalkerish." Try to keep yourself busy and distracted because all of this reflecting and contemplation should occur in small bits and not all at once. Start a new activity, hobby, craft; take a long weekend getaway to leave town for a few days. Pamper yourself.
Now, go meet a new guy!2