Be in a Relationship With Someone Who Makes You Feel Anything But Loved

Be in a Relationship With Someone Who Makes You Feel Anything But Loved

Be in a relationship with someone who makes you feel anything but loved.

Yes, you should do that.

Forget all the articles you have read about being with someone who makes you feel special and important. Drop the idea of having the kind of love that you feel you deserve or that can be at your side when you are facing life’s worst. The role of love is very important. Give up the dreams of finding that person who can give you beautiful surprises or who can feel lucky just to be with you

Be in a Relationship With Someone Who Makes You Feel Anything But Loved

Sounds weird? Yes, but that’s what you should do.

You should be involved with someone who makes you feel awful, someone who treats you like a piece of shit. Looking at your condition your friends should think about what is making you be in such a pathetic relationship.

 

Someone who treats you like trash.

Date someone who never replies to your messages and never bothers to plan anything and never makes effort to meet you or be with you.

Find someone who demeans you and makes you wonder their feeling for you because they are least bothered to tell you anything.

Find someone who makes you feel used and lets you know you have no business in their life. You should never hope to find them by your side when you need them the most.

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Find someone who never enquires after your near and dear ones and upsets you all the time but never bothers to say sorry. Be with someone who has no feelings for you.

 

Find the person who treats you in the worst possible manner.

And then give yourself completely to them. Don’t mind how they behave. Despite the worst treatment you receive, find excuses for their behavior and tell yourself why you are the only one who understands their ways. Just pretend that everything is fine when nothing is. Convince yourself that you and only you can change them and a time will come when they will love and thank you for being there, for bearing with them.

 

Love them no matter what, even when everything in you screams you shouldn’t.

And then see your heart getting shattered into million pieces. Let your condition shock you.

Sit down and wonder why you got treated like shit when you invested everything you have. When you feel anything but love, you know what you want.

Examine your behavior and ask yourself if you lacked something.

Could you have given something more that would have caused them to change, to give love in return for love? Hold yourself responsible for their faults and limitations.

 

Blame yourself for being treated like a doormat.

But then…

Slowly but surely you’ll be awakened into reality. You’ll get up and move on. And then, one morning will come, when you will wake up refreshed. No longer will your mind be sore with the memories of the past. Even though the memories won’t fade, but you will not be affected by them.

 

Find someone who treats you like shit

Because only then you will truly know how you actually want to be treated.

You’ll metamorphose from being someone who puts their heart and soul into appeasing others who treat you in the most despicable manner, to someone stronger. You will realize your worth and be mentally strong enough not to tolerate anybody dares to treat you like shit.

 

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Get into a shitty relationship

Because it will mold you into a person who will not wait a moment to shrug off someone who makes you feel anything less than wonderful.


Be in a Relationship With Someone Who Makes You Feel Anything But Loved

Be in a Relationship With Someone Who Makes You Feel Anything But Loved

30 thoughts on “Be in a Relationship With Someone Who Makes You Feel Anything But Loved”

  1. I normally agree with the minds journal, but not this time. If you’ve been through a relationship like this, YES, learn from it and move forward. But telling people to intentionally seek out heartbreak and poor treatment is just stupid.

  2. And how would u know that and through how many relationships must u still go to find the RIGHT one, technology has given us the middle finger, its too easy to ruin a relationship.

  3. I understand this advice but I believe that strength comes after you’ve been hurt. Not by voluntarily dating someone that makes you feel anything but loved, but, after you’ve dated that person. You can either choose to feel regret and hatred, or you can grow and learn from the mistakes you’ve made. But, never let that mistake of believing that you chose to love with all your heart and it wasn’t worth it. You loved deeply, and that’s why it hurts. Now, pick yourself up and begin anew. Work on yourself and understand your shortcomings and that may begin with respecting yourself.

  4. Unless u’ve mastered the Law of Reciprocity,Mind will vaccumed towards Differences and Lackcities.Mind functions in Pendulam Swings,it wants Bond & Freedom at a stake.
    Sense of Co-Relating, & Inter-Dependance suffocate your Mental Liberty..

  5. I can relate to this article! Sometimes one has to go through these experiences just to understand how wonderful our self is. It teaches you to love yourself more than anything. It’s the beginning of becoming so sure about yourself in the true sense that nothing can break you after that! You learn how to make boundaries and yet love someone completely. It’s best to learn and understand this with the first experience or else the cycle will continue….

    1. Exactly. And unfortunately I feel to understand the point of this article you need to have gone through it.

      Unfortunately, the one that didn’t love me was a narcissist. I don’t wish the thoughts, feelings, and treatment I experienced on anyone. However, without that and other past experiences I would not have the clarity, confidence, and self-understanding that I have today. I see the importance of these experiences on building a person ready for great love, but I don’t wish the pain on my worst enemy.

    2. It’s painful but in a way it’s good! Because it also brings to the forefront other old but unrelated wounds and the pain makes you cry out…. It’s cathartic actually, like releasing all that pent up negativity and making space for new beginnings. It’s also I think the first step towards transformation.

  6. Hmm… NO. Unfortunately, these relationships happen more often than ever, even if you would like to avoid them. Because life is difficult and relationships even more so. I get the point of this letter, but no, thanks. If it’s meant to be an advice, it’s not a good one. If it’s another text that tries to be original… no.

    1. This text is a simulation. You will be lost in this world if you take every word literally. Btw i just experienced the described relationship and i feel more confident and oriented then ever. I see the fear in your words. If this happens more often than once, it is a choice for this madness. We only take the love we think that is worth for ourselves. Pain is a source of the deepest knowledge and this text is pretty wise at least to me. Maybe you understand it a bit better now? Peace out fellow traveller 🙂

    2. I don’t think you get the point of the article, then. And the fact that these relationships are happening more and more indicates people may not be learning their lesson the first (or second) time.

      I don’t wish the pain this type of relationship creates on anyone, but if you’re able and willing to learn from it you’ll come out the other side in a wonderful place.

    3. Em Ce Czapski: obviously it’s a simulation. A bad one. You see fear in my words, I see someone who seems to know everything in your words. The text is wise, and very awfully written.
      Collin Allison: your right to think whatever you like. The fact that these relationships are happening very often also indicates that society is full of people that simply don’t care or do not understand how painful they can be. I think I know a little better than you if I’ve learned something in my life.
      Both of you: The very fact you feel the urge to reprimand an opinion that’s different than yours, shows a lot. Good day to you.

    1. Yes. To know what love is, you also need to know what love is not. Not from imagination but from experience. You also create a need for love since you are not being loved. You evoke your own love to yourself. Its like you becomming godly and crossing the desert while making it rain to survive.

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