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I feel like no one loves me now that I’ve been dumped!

I feel like no one loves me!
I'll be alone forever!

Here's something important you need to consider if you feel like this...

People who, over an extended period of time, don't love someone or have no one that is in love with them can have a tendency to become love addicts. It's common for people to begin relationships not out of genuine love for the other person but out of a need to find love that's been lacking from their lives ...and have failed to find anywhere else.

Here the subconscious mind is playing the same trick; it wants you to believe that you met "the one", an amazing individual who you were destined to be with, while in reality it's just the subconscious's attempt to satisfy an unmet need (i.e. to love and be loved).

So I don’t really miss my ex, but rather the love they gave me?

Yes. Some people love the love itself that their partner gave them …rather than loving their partner as a person as such.

Some people worry that their:

  • Friends
  • Parents
  • Relatives
  • And even their pets

…don’t love them.  And so a deep desire is instilled in them to seek out this missing love from their lives.

How can I fix this?

You need to ask:

"What are your relationships with family and friends like? And do you think they don't love you? And why you think this?"

By delving into any personal issues that might be lurking under the surface, you'll be better able to understand why you feel so bad right now …and isolate the real problem from your current situation and deal with it in it's own right.

In my book "THE ERASE CODE: How To Get Over Anyone In Less Than A Week Using Psychology" I reveal how to EASILY do this so that you can move on from your ex in a much shorter space of time than would otherwise be.

If you don't examine issues like this, it will not only result in a lengthy painful recovery period right now, but will also mean that you will be at risk of getting into a relationship with the wrong type of person for you again in the future.

Need more help?

Yes, why am I so depressed while I'm trying to get over someone?

Was I the real cause of why I was dumped?

How do I use the principles of persuasion psychology to make him want me back?

How can I use my ex's family and friends to help us get back together?

Is there any way that I can increase my perceived attractiveness?


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