How To Stop Obsessing
In case you haven’t heard the news, I’m here to tell you that obsessing over someone isn’t healthy. It sucks the joy out of life, taints your relationships with others, and makes you feel like your life is in a holding pattern until this other person comes around.
So it’s time to stop obsessing about them for good and get back to living your life instead.
Pay attention to how you’re reacting.
You’ve probably noticed how you’re feeling and behaving. But what are your thoughts like? Are they focused on the person you like, or are they more evenly distributed? Pay attention to your internal dialogue and see if it’s lopsided in favor of the person you like. If so, try shifting some of that focus back onto yourself by making a list of things that make up your personality, interests, goals and values.
Resist the urge to stalk on social media.
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Resist the urge to stalk on social media.
If you’re in a relationship, it’s natural for you to want to know what your partner is up to. However, if you can’t resist the urge to check their Instagram or Facebook page more than 10 times per day and feel jealous about seeing them with other people, then this isn’t healthy behavior. Instead of obsessing over their accounts, try texting or calling them instead—it’s better for both parties involved!
Hone your flirting skills.
- Practice flirting.
- While you’re working on your flirting skills, don’t forget to hone your texting game as well.
- If you can find a way to flirt with someone in person, then it might be time for a date!
Set clear boundaries.
It’s important to set boundaries for yourself and let yourself take care of your own needs. If you’re obsessed with him, then you need to make sure that he is not taking over every part of your life. This can be difficult, but it is possible! Here are some things that might help:
- Don’t give up on your hobbies or stop doing what you love because of him. For example, if he’s a musician who does lots of shows around town, don’t stop going to concerts just because he’s there too. Instead, enjoy the music and try to stay focused on enjoying yourself rather than worrying about whether or not he’ll notice you in the crowd—and if he does notice you at all (which isn’t guaranteed), then go ahead and say hello! But don’t spend hours trying to get his attention until it becomes overwhelming—that would mean that his presence has taken over too much space in what used to be a fun pastime–like seeing live music performances–and now becomes something stressful instead of enjoyable because it feels like so much pressure needs fulfilled before anything worthwhile happens at all!”
Divert your attention.
Divert your attention. It may sound obvious, but the best way to eliminate your obsessive thoughts is to stop focusing on them. If you’re constantly thinking about that person, take a break and do something else. Go hang out with friends or family members; go on a walk or run; read a book; watch TV or go see a movie; take up an activity such as cooking or knitting (knitting is very popular among introverts).
You could also try distracting yourself with work-related tasks if possible—that way, it won’t seem like you’re avoiding the issue at hand so much as taking care of business first thing in the morning before heading off to fulfill other duties for the day.
It’s also important not just to stay away from obsessing over someone when it comes down to it but also not even think about him/her during these brief moments where no one else is around either! This means blocking anyone/anything related from appearing on social media feeds (including mutual friends who post about what happened last night), sticking only those things relevant
to work or school related matters into ones’ calendar appointments so nothing gets in between conversations between colleagues/bosses etcetera – essentially anything that doesn’t directly involve someone else talking directly face-to-face with each other already happens automatically based upon what needs doing next month once every three months instead of every day after breakfast because they worry too much about missing out
Take it one day at a time.
When you’re obsessing over someone you like, it can be easy to lose track of time and space. It’s important to remember that every day is a new opportunity to take control of your feelings and emotions. You have the opportunity to choose how you react in any given situation, so if something isn’t working out for you right now then look ahead and focus on what’s coming up next.
If today was the best day ever but tomorrow may not be quite as great, try not to worry about what comes after today. Instead, think about making each moment count: enjoy whatever opportunities come your way; spend time with people who make you happy; start thinking about what fun things might lie ahead! If all goes well tomorrow then maybe next week will be even better–but even if not (and even if something terrible happens), there’s always another chance for everything else later down the line…and no matter what happens, we’ll always have today!
You can be okay and move past obsession
You can’t control other people. You can only control yourself and your own behavior. And that is what you should focus on. If you want to stop obsessing over someone, focus on being the best version of yourself that you can be. Focus on your goals and dreams, on what makes you happy, and give yourself a break from obsessing over someone else’s feelings or behavior.
I know it sounds cliche but the past is gone and there is nothing we can do about it except learn from our mistakes so that we don’t make them again in the future (but if something good comes out of something bad then great!).
If someone doesn’t like me then they don’t like me; I won’t change who I am just because they don’t like me!
Congratulations! You’ve made it to the end of the article, and now you know what to do when you’re feeling obsessed. The next step is up to you. You can decide for yourself whether or not this person deserves your attention and if they’ll ever return it in kind. If you’re still feeling pulled into your obsession, then I suggest taking a break from them altogether because there’s nothing worse than being left on read. Best of luck!