You have a problem. You are in love with someone who does not appreciate you. You need to think about your situation and decide if it is worth the pain. I can’t tell you what to do, but I can help you find solutions.
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I’m in love with a girl. But she rejects me. I don’t know what to do. I love her and want to marry her.
Hey, so you got rejected. People get denied all the time. But rejection can hurt a lot. The thing is, it’s never a sign that you’re a terrible person or not worthy of love. It’s a result of one person who didn’t fall for some reason.
It doesn’t mean you’re unlovable. Also, rejection is rarely personal. You can be trying to give someone space because they seem shy and you care about them, only to be seen as an intimidating creep.
That’s how personalities work sometimes, and there’s nothing wrong with you!
I understand that you would love to forget the girl who rejected you, but the pain of being dumped will prevent you from moving forward.
The solution is to let go and allow time to heal your wounds.
There are options to help make this easier, but it’s too early in your recovery to consider them; know that they’re there for when you’re ready.
Since you love this girl so much that you want to forget her or take revenge on her, that’s not a good idea.
There are some reasons that might be the reason behind her behavior that make her not interested in you.
The feeling of unrequited love is not a new phenomenon and has been around for centuries.
The situation wherein one is hopelessly in love with a person who is ignorant to his or her existence or lacks the same feelings is a painful experience that we all have felt at least once in our lives.
How can I get married to her? She rejected me, but I can’t forget her. I need a solution. I really love her. What should I do?
When a girl rejects you, it’s hard to forget her. It’s even harder when you love her and want to get back together with her.
She might be honest about not wanting to be with you again, but you can’t accept the fact that she doesn’t love you anymore.
You have tried everything from begging to apologizing, but nothing seems to help.
So what do you do now? How do you get over your ex-girlfriend?
Don’t attempt to contact her – If she wanted you back, she would have contacted you. It’s time for you to move on. Accept that the relationship is really over this time.
Accept the reality: When a girl rejects you, it hurts, and it’s natural for your mind to try and rationalize why she did what she did and convince yourself that she was wrong in doing so.
However, instead of doing that, accept the reality – she doesn’t love you anymore and is no longer interested in being with you.
Don’t call or text her at all – It might be hard but try not to contact your ex-girlfriend if possible. At least not until your wounds have healed enough that contacting her will no longer cause them to bleed again.
Don’t post messages on any social media platform.
You wrote: “I love this girl with all my heart, I can’t stop thinking about her. She doesn’t even know I exist. What should I do? Please help me.”
Let me start out by saying that there is nothing wrong with you. In fact, you are fantastic! You are a good man who fell in love with a woman who is not right for you, who was not ready to receive your love at the time.
Please don’t feel bad about yourself because she rejected you. In many ways, it’s a good thing that she did because now you can move on and find someone who can fully receive your love.
You wrote: “I’ve been in love before, but this is different.”
This is different because it was an immature love based on fantasy and projection. The person you were in love with wasn’t the real person, and it was your idea of her based on a few interactions.
This woman didn’t live up to the picture of her that you had created in your mind, and so the relationship failed.
Your current love is different because it’s real. You see this woman for who she really is: strong, beautiful, and intelligent.
This means that when she rejected you, it hurt deeply
Another rejection case study by me is :
From our previous article ‘She said no, now what?’ . . . . . .
The basics of whether to try to get her back or not are:
1. You still like her and want to be with her (if you don’t, why are you here?)
2. You think she might have made a mistake or changed her mind in the future
3. She is single and available, or you can make her available (if she is in a relationship, forget it)
4. You can find out what went wrong and try to fix it (this is key)
A. She doesn’t want a relationship right now but may want one in the future. This one is tricky because it requires you to plan ahead of time.
If you plan to get together with her in a few months, that’s great. But if you were hoping to get back together tomorrow after she broke up with another guy, then this isn’t a good solution for you right now.
B. She doesn’t want a relationship with you right now but wants one later. If this is the case, I would suggest that you keep your options open and don’t pursue her any further unless.