How to deal with somone you were not offically dating
Feelings are real and you don’t need a label to justify that. You wake up tired looking at your phone remembering when they used to be that text or notification you woke up to. You miss them but you also miss the possibility and belief that this could have been something.
Don’t let someone make you feel guilty for this heartbreak. The pain is a little deeper but you can’t express these things publicly.
And you’re losing sleep over someone who is probably sleeping with someone else. I know what it’s like to replay everything in the past wondering what signs you read wrong.
I know what it’s like to spend time with someone that you might not even have had a physical relationship with but emotionally it couldn’t have just been you that felt it. Maybe they call you out on it wondering if something is wrong. This person led you to believe something was there.
Be aware of this and realize that he’s okay with disappointing you. Freaks should remain at the circus, not in your apartment. Have faith.” ― tags: being-single, dating, goals, hard-to-get, holding-out-for-the-best, love, loving-yourself, not-settling, playing-hard-to-get, positive-thinking, relationships, single, single-life, single-woman, singleness, standards, the-single-woman, validation “Hey, he's awesome. We got along great." Adrian opened the door to the building we were seeking. It had included things like "I'll give up cigarettes unless I really, really need one" and "I'll unleash romantic surprises every week, such as: an impromptu picnic, roses, or a trip to Paris—but not actually any of those things because now they're not surprises.” ― tags: being-single, dating, finding-love, living-life-to-the-fullest, living-your-best-life, love, not-settling, positive-thinking, praying-for-love, relationships, single, single-life, single-woman, singleness, the-single-woman “I love you.
When you start feeling fixated or get the urge to look at their social media accounts, take steps to control your thoughts. When relationships have labels you’re either together or you’re not. But when you’re emotionally invested in someone who won’t commit to you or give you what you need you constantly seek validation through lines that are blurry and rewritten time and time again. Sometimes it hurts, even more, getting over someone you were never with solely because there’s that what if factor that plays into it.Suddenly you were just emotionally invested in this person with no going back.Then it’s over and you’re just expected to be okay.
Try distracting yourself by doing something you enjoy, being productive, or writing.