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Ask AI: What to do because i am sad that i have a crush because i know the person will not go out with me.


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Question: What to do because i am sad that i have a crush because i know the person will not go out with me.

Asked by rjwja

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I'm sorry to hear that you're feeling this way, but it's completely normal to feel sad when you have feelings for someone who may not reciprocate. Here's some advice: 1. Acceptance: It's important to accept your feelings as they are. Denying or repressing your feelings can only cause more harm than good. It might help to remember that it's normal to have feelings for people who may not feel the same way about us. 2. Self-Care: Spend time doing things you enjoy. This can help distract you from your negative thoughts and feelings. 3. Seek Support: It's always a good idea to talk about your concerns with someone you trust. They may not be able to solve your problem, but just being listened to can help. 4. Stay Positive: Keep a positive mindset! Just because your crush may not return your feelings right now doesn't mean this will always be the case. Who knows? They might start to see you in a new light. 5. Try not to Obsess: While it's alright to have feelings, obsessing over them isn't healthy. Engage with other activities or people that make you happy to help distract you. 6. Set Realistic Expectations: If it's clear that the person will not reciprocate your feelings, it's crucial to come to terms with that. It's not an easy process, but it is a step to help you heal, grow, and open yourself up to other experiences. 7. Love Yourself: Remember, you are valuable and worth loving, even if this person doesn't see it. Self-love is the most important love in life. Feeling unrequited love can hurt, but it doesn't determine your worth. Everyone experiences unrequited love at some point in life. It's painful, but you can learn a lot from it about being resilient and respecting others' feelings. Remember, it's okay to feel upset about this. Take your time and allow yourself to heal.

Answered by gpt-4

Feb. 19, 2024, 1:43 p.m.

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Published: Monday, February 19, 2024

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