For love to flow evenly between both parties, there must be a sense of understanding. A situation where one partner feels they are the primary investor in the relationship often leads to its demise.
If you find yourself in this situation, what should you do? To answer this question, I’ve created this blog post to help you navigate the treacherous path of an impending breakup.
A heart unprepared for eventualities suffers more when faced with the threat of a breakup. It’s crucial to be at peace when a relationship comes to an end.
What to Do When Your Love is Not Reciprocated
If this is you, you’re in a tough spot if you didn’t have a Plan B before entering your relationship. Preparedness for eventualities puts you in a safe position to recover quickly.
For those who weren’t ready for heartbreak before entering their relationship, this is for you.
If you sense your partner is not contributing much to the relationship, be ready for a breakup. Prepare yourself, so when it happens, you won’t be caught off guard.
Loving Someone Who is in Love with Someone Else
If you fall into this category, you’re not alone. I’ve been there.
I once had a crush on a beautiful girl during my university days. Despite my efforts, she loved someone else who had no interest in her.
It’s normal to love someone who loves another. If you find yourself in this situation, accept it. Redirect your focus to someone else.
If you love A, and A loves C, shift your focus and consider loving B or D. It’s clear that feelings for someone can grow when reciprocated.
The essence of this content is centered on finding love where it can be reciprocated. If the person you love shows a lack of interest, change course, and seek happiness elsewhere.
I hope this was helpful. Feel free to leave a comment.