How to Not Get Emotionally Attached to Someone: 8 Simple Rules to Follow

How Not to Get Emotionally Attached to Someone

For people in a relationship, when a new bond starts to emerge, people usually start fantasizing about hypothetical scenarios in the future, while completely overlooking and missing out on the beautiful present that is at their disposal. This goes on to ultimately ruin even the most potent of relationships. This is keeping the emotional attachment at bay and not letting it get the better of us. 

5. Family and Friends Are Constant, Come What May

If you are volatile and extremely vulnerable to emotional attachment, you definitely should refrain from investing and devoting all of your time and attention to that one person alone. So that incase it backfires, you will not be left empty-handed when the person is absent. The person should be a part of your life, he/she shouldn’t BECOME your life. 

Also, devoting time to family and friends, maintaining the normal social life is important throughout. Disappearing into the relationship, abandoning your closest ones is not a sign of love, but immaturity. 

6. Don’t Be Afraid of Commitment and Depth

Discussing deep topics like life and career goals, beliefs, politics and marriage can of course be heavy for a starter. Things take time to eventually go there and it always happens naturally. That being said, after giving time to the person and the relationship, a certain development of heavy topics is healthy and even a necessity. 

If this level of commitment and depth makes the other person uncomfortable or disinterested, it can be a sign of her lack of intentions, how she sees the potential of this relationship, his/her ambitions with you. 

All the parameters are very helpful in seeing the truth for itself and escaping from the emotional attachment. Commitment and the ‘All-In’ attitude sets the level ground for each relationship to strive on, always.

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7. All The Time In The World

When it comes to love and attachments, it simply demands time. Nothing good ever came out of rushing or hurrying into things like that. Getting into a relationship is actually a huge event in anyone’s life. Therefore it should not be hurried into.

Get to know the person, spend as much time with him/her, know him/her and enjoy the process to the fullest as it is meant to be. Even when you are looking for an escape, time has to be given to the process because it has a huge impact mentally and psychologically.

8. Remind yourself of your worth

Work on your self-love and self-respect. Practice self-care, look after your body and your mind. Remind yourself that you deserve the world, and that it’s far better to be alone than in poor company. The healthier your self-esteem, the less likely you are to fall for people who don’t deserve you, and the less likely you’ll be to get hurt.

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In A Nutshell

If your standards are too low or you’re scared of being alone, it’s more likely that you’ll get emotionally attached to people who aren’t right for you. Also, being in a healthy state of mind and soul automatically attracts people who are healthy and right for you. Then, your emotional attachment to them can be justified

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