How to Deal with Unrequited Love




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Are you in love with someone who doesn’t love you back? If you’re dealing with unrequited love, you’re not alone my friend. Social psychologist Roy Baumeister says 98% of people have suffered from unrequited love at one point in their life. So, what should you do about it? How do you move one? Well, here are a few tips on how to deal with unrequited love.

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Disclaimer: This is not a substitute for professional advice, but general guidance. If you can’t relate to any of these signs, please know this feedback is not meant to discredit anyone. It is meant to be a self-improvement guide for those of you who have been feeling a little stuck. We advise you to always listen to your intuition and always do what is right for you.

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References:
Barth, F. D. (2015). 6 ways to get past the pain of unrequited love… Psychology Today. Retrieved from www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-couch/201502/6-ways-get-past-the-pain-unrequited-love
Raypole, C. (2019, November 21). Unrequited love: How to deal with it. Healthline. Retrieved from www.healthline.com/health/unrequited-love
Strike, A. (2017, August 10). 6 tricks that can help you cope with unrequited love. Lifehack. Retrieved from www.lifehack.org/articles/communication/6-ways-cope-with-unrequited-love.html
Jessica Engle, M. F. T. (2021, June 10). How to deal with Unrequited Love. wikiHow. Retrieved from www.wikihow.com/Deal-With-Unrequited-Love


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Everything You Need To Know About Stress

If you feel stressed out or at the end of your rope, you are not alone. The economy, work, family and an uncertain future can all cause added stress in our lives. This article will give you some tools to deal with that stress and keep it from getting the better of you in the future

A lot of your stress is directly caused by the food that you put in your mouth. To limit the stress level in your life, cut back on the caffeine and coffee that you drink on a daily basis. This will make you feel calmer inside so that you can maximize how you feel.

Saying “no” more often will actually reduce the stress caused by giving in to things you really didn’t want to be obligated to and keep you from having to do them! When you are already pressed for time throughout your day, so saying “no” to offers people make that you are not actually interested in will give you more control and definitely less stress!

When you are stressed at work or in class, hold a stress ball. This will allow you to squeeze something every time you get aggravated to help appease the tension that you feel. Holding onto a stress ball for a good part of the day is a very healthy way to eliminate stress.

When you are feeling down or stressed out, call your boyfriend or girlfriend and tell them how much you love them. This will put a smile on their face which will indirectly make you feel good about yourself. Call a loved one to maximize the way that you feel during the day.

Try to get as much sleep as you possibly can during the course of the day, regardless of how much you have to work. Lack of sleep will result in increased stress levels, which can limit your productivity and hurt the way that you feel. Aim for 8 hours of sleep a night to feel your best.

A great tip that can help you fight stress is to simply have sex. The act of having sex releases endorphins into the body. These chemicals go straight to the brain and have a significant effect on our moods. Having sex now and then can help keep stress levels down.



Persistent headaches are one of the more common symptoms of stress. That’s why we often refer to an undesirable experience or task as a headache! There could, of course, be other underlying problems that are contributing to headaches but stress should certainly be investigated as one of the more logical culprits.

One of the most effective methods for reducing stress is going for a long walk. Not only does this remove you from the stressful environment it also allows you to clear your mind by being distracted. If you go alone be sure to take some nice music with you to help you feel even better.

One great way to deal with stress is to go to a local improv or comedy theater. This is great because laughter is one of the best natural ways to feel better about your life. Laughter truly is a great medicine. Simply a change of scenery may also be what you need to help get over your stress.

A good tip that can help you keep your stress levels down is to start forgiving people that have wronged you in the past. Holding onto grudges will keep you feeling stressed out. Get rid of all that negativity and start letting the past go. It can help you out a lot.

One way to reduce stress is to go to bed an hour early. If you do this, you probably will naturally wake up before your alarm, which is a very relaxing feeling. By going to bed earlier, you will feel as though you have all the time in the world the next morning.

One of the ways that you can deal with stress for the long term is to purchase a cat or dog to have around the house. When you get home from a long day at work, it is always nice to have a pet waiting for you to add excitement to your life.

If you’re stressed out, make an extra effort to be friendly to everyone you meet. Lashing out and being rude, will only make other people react in kind, which will make everyone more stressed out than they were. If you put in the effort to smile, people will smile back and you might find your stress melting away.

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A great tip that can help you reduce stress is to make sure you give your brain enough time to unwind before you go to sleep. If your brain is still really active when you go to sleep, you’ll find yourself worrying about everything you’re supposed to do which will leave you feeling stressed.

If your life is stressful and hectic, one great way to get some stress out is to take a short nap. A half hour nap in the afternoon after work can make you feel refreshed and ready to continue the day, rinsing away the stress that has built up over the work day.

A great tip that can help you fight stress is to take the day off and go to the zoo. The zoo is great because you’ll be closer to nature and you’ll get to be around a lot of people that are just having fun. Going to the zoo can be a great stress reliever.

If the weather is nice outside at night, look up at the stars in the sky. This will help you to realize how large the universe is and why the problems you have should be put in perspective. Also, this beautiful scenery can help to improve the way that you feel.

As promised, this article was full of information on how you can deal with the stress in your life and how you can avoid letting it get that bad in the future. If you know how to recognize and stop it early, you will be a happier, more at ease person.



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