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  1. Most often, it is not possible to fall out of love instantly! It's a process.

    First, let's find out – what is stop loving? There is no problem in love itself. If we feel joy, warmth, attraction, everything is fine!

    The problem arises when relationships are destroyed. When people leave us. Or we have to leave. But in this case, it is not love that we begin to feel. Emotional withdrawal begins.

    We experience longing, jealousy, loneliness, and fear… Everyone has their own set, although very similar. It is from these feelings that they want to get rid of when they say – I want to stop loving.

    To get rid of tormenting emotional experiences, you need to know technically what to do. We were not taught to transform negative experiences either in childhood, at school, or at the institute. BUT there are methods!

    The header contains a link to my group. There are articles on this topic. Or you can write to me personally in the group.

  2. Instantly-almost impossible. But to stop loving a person in a short period of time, you need to hate them, no matter how harsh it sounds. Verified!

  3. Perhaps, but not instantly, but in a few hours. Although, if you remember that many people suffer from unsuccessful love for years, this can also be called “instantly”.

    But here it is not independently, alas. With someone who knows how to do it.

  4. From love to hate – one step. If you fall in love with someone else, you will stop loving the previous one. But to order yourself from the mind – to fall in love or not to fall in love will not work. You can't tell your heart to.

  5. No, it's not possible, unfortunately. You can be very offended, you can cause disgust in yourself to a person, you can get angry or upset, you can prove to yourself that there is nothing. But that love, that love is built on a very large number of factors that can not be removed in one fell swoop. And if you really had to end a relationship, then the only thing that will help is time (even if it may be long, it depends on the person, on the quality of the relationship) and the lack of contact with your loved one.

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