Unfortunately, love isn’t always reciprocated, and it doesn’t always end in a happily ever after.
Putting yourself out there for someone and not having your feelings reciprocated is often a tremendous opportunity for learning about yourself and what you truly need.
Here’s the thing: unrequited love, a lot of the time, isn’t what happens when you imagine that “not yet relationship” with the attractive stranger it could also be result of two people who’ve already connected on some level, even romantic, and one partner suddenly grows distant.
You are, of course, around yourself all the time so you will tend to assume that things didn't work out because of something you did or didn't do, not because of the other person, or that; you just didn't connect. So, try to see the bigger picture and learn to interpret these experiences in ways that will be useful to your learning and process.
The road of personal development and the creation of a healthy, reciprocal relationship is a process, which requires learning about who you are and what you need in order to be happy.
One of the things about unrequited love is that’s its a great source of inspiration in the processes of creativity, art, and problem solving. When you’re ready, you can make use of this. It can lead to personal transformation.
Someday we will forget the hurt, the reason we cried… and the one who brought the pain.
The secret of being free is letting things unfold in their own ways and time.
After all what matters is not the first…but the last chapter of our lives which shows how well we run the race.
So smile, laugh, forgive, believe & LOVE over and over again…