Get Over Her!
At one point in your life, you are going to have a crush on someone who doesn’t feel the same way. There are few things more painful than unrequited love, whether you’re 9 or 90 years old. This situation is very common in school; when you approach puberty and your hormones start going wild, the opposite sex dominate every thought, every dream. Girls become the centre of your universe, nothing more important. This carries on for years, with your sole focus changing from having your first kiss, to having sex, to finding a girlfriend then finding a wife. It seems like a never ending struggle to get the upper hand with women!
When you’re young and full of angst, unrequited crushes can seem all consuming and earth shattering, but you later learn that you heal quickly. As soon as a new girl comes along, the old one is forgotten. As you get older, things get a bit more complicated; you might be pining after the secretary in your office or the girl next door – perhaps even your friend’s girlfriend. If know that you can’t be with them, what do you do to get over them?
If it’s just a slight crush, try to distract yourself with a new interest. You’ve all heard the saying ‘There are plenty more fish in the sea’, and it couldn’t be more true! London is full of gorgeous, sexy women and in their company, you’ll forget all about your crush. If you’re a bit shy approaching girls in public, you could always hire one of our Thurrock escorts to spend an evening with – just the sight of her will make all of your troubles melt away.
If it’s more serious and you’ve been in love for years, distracting yourself will only be a temporary solution. The best thing to do is to break your habits – don’t be at her beck and call all the time. Stop phoning her and running when she clicks her fingers; getting away for a while will do you some good. Go on holiday, discover yourself again and what makes you happy. Throw yourself into a non-romantic project or hobby so that you can move on without jumping from one girl to the next; after some time, you’ll find that you think of her less often and you’ll be able to look at other women again. What a relief that will be!