Getting over someone requires that you let them go in your mind first and foremost.
Instruct yourself to move forward with your life and let this person go, repeatedly.
So often, people say they want to get over someone but then keep staring at their phones, waiting for a phone call from them.
Be intent on letting this person go by changing how you think.
Now, when you have decided this, your next move is to do new activities in your life.
The goal is to learn or do something new each week.
Something completely mundane like driving a different route to work or talking to someone you normally ignore is a step forward.
The point of this exercise is that the more you do it, the more you grow as a person.
Growth develops your mind remarkably.
As you learn or do something new each week, you are broadening your world.
You see what is around you that you have been blinded to seeing, as you have been so mentally caught up on this one person.
It feels different when you are out and about, acknowledging people and perusing scenery.
Inviting something new into your life with fresh eyes renews the world around you, adding to your life.
Being a participant in the world and not just a bystander obsessed with someone means you are now a part of the world.
It feels like you have been born again.
You notice that beautiful mountain that you regularly ignore, the gorgeous park you regularly drive past but never acknowledge, or stop by and feed the gorgeous birds, something you never do.
Everything that you see and do is new and fresh.
That’s what you need.
That feeling of newness and freshness in your life.
It is time you picked up on that hobby that you have been ignoring.
For example, you have wanted to learn how to play tennis for a while.
Now is the time to do it.
Whatever the hobby is, it is something fresh and new that you introduce into your life, infusing new energy into it that you haven’t had for a while.
Yes, you sign up for that tennis course or whatever the hobby.
Don’t delay, sign up today and learn.
Whatever it is that you have a passion for or have a relatively high level of interest in, do it.
Do not put it aside.
Participating and introducing the new into your life, preoccupies your life, feeding and strengthening your mind.
Once you reach this level, you are over this person.
Your life is too rich and too full to care anymore.
Looking forward to what your exciting life has to offer and what new experiences you are about to have, there is no time to linger on someone you are getting over.
That person is a nonfactor, history.
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