How to forget someone

We all have someone whom we wish we could take out from our mind and heart. It can be anyone who hurt you in the past. Forgetting can be difficult and stressful.

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Here are somethings you can do.

Accept:

Accept that the other person is no longer in your life. Yes, it can be difficult to accept the bitter truth but if you do not do that then you will be waiting for someone who may never come back. In turn you may end up hurting yourself again.

Think About the Bad memories:

Make a list of things that were bad for you in that relationship. Now those things can no longer affect you.

Forgive and Forget:

Forgiving the other person helps you to move on. Mainly, forgive yourself for any shortcomings that has caused you to separate from the person. Maybe you tried your best but another person decided to leave.  Let go of the person and accept what happened. But don’t forget what you learned so that nobody hurts you again.

Be alone:

You need some alone time to get to know your feelings and to figure out.

Write a diary:

Write about it, take out all your feelings to help you reduce the emotional stress.

Look after yourself:

Do some exercise and eat something that you enjoy. Write down the things you want to do, go out, pamper yourself and stay active.

Give yourself time to heal:

Forgetting someone does not happen overnight. Take it slow and don’t be harsh on yourself. As the time goes your pain will also go. Talk to someone who will listen to you if you find it difficult to move on. Express out your feelings and don’t keep it all within you.

A hand of help

This story is about a girl named April. Her father is a businessman and mother is a housewife. They lived in a nice house which had a beautiful garden. Every evening she used to play with her friends.

One day while playing she saw a beggar. He looked like he did not eat for days. April asked her friends if they had any money but they refused to help.

April went home and counted her pocket money. She had a small amount of money. She told her father about the beggar but he was busy with work and forgot about it.

Next day she gave her pocket money to the beggar. He thanked her for the kindness. She decided to keep some food aside each day and pack it for the beggar. Everyday she gave the little food to the him. One day the beggar was not seen in the playground. April looked for him for few days but he was not there. Days passed by and she stopped looking.

Years passed by and her father got ill. She had to search for a job to support her family. She was a college student and nobody was willing to hire her without experience. She started looking for jobs in shops. As she was searching, she came across a coffee shop. She can feel the warmth as she entered the shop.

She asked the owner if there was any work she could do even for a little pay. The shop owner offered her a coffee, smiled at her and said ‘yes you can work her. I recognized you are the girl who gave me food and money when I did not have anything’.

The owner paid her well and she was able to get the best treatment for her father. Her father was able to manage his business again.

Helping someone is a blessing.

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