Distance, time and distractions, be with those who are still there, people come and go. Fact in life.
Good answer :)
The best way is to first busy yourself. Find ways to intentionally distract yourself at times that you feel that attachment the most. After some time of doing that, you will find that you won't miss them as much.<br />
Second, is to find new friends that are not attached to the person you are trying to get over. These people won't know you are trying to get over a person and won't bring that person up every time you see them.<br />
Third, let time heal the wound. With distracting yourself and finding people that don't bring up the pain, you will find that you will get over that person.
Lots of hobbies and distractions. Mine were cats and arts and crafts. <br />
Allow yourself to deal with the fact that you're losing them in small, digestible bits (serving size may vary.) <br />
Make new friends to fill the void. Talk to new and old friends about the void. Find out you're not alone and heal a little more. <br />
Forgive them eventually for leaving. <br />
Forgive yourself for tearing yourself up about it.
You're welcome! I only realized it when I read your question, so thank you, too.
with time...theres those ppl that left your life not because they wanted to but, because God wanted them too and the yrs go by and the pain iand emptyness will still be there...but as time goes by you learn to hold on to the memories and not the pain
My Dad died two years ago, still sucks.
Prayers are with you..
Detox, time, good friends etc
Erase them them from your personal history, but this is only for people who tend to heal quicker, like myself..