To You Who Doesn’t Love Me

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Dear You,

I know you don’t love me. I’ve come to terms with it, but it doesn’t change the fact that it still hurts. I’m writing this article not to make you love me, but to help myself cope with the pain of unrequited love. Maybe, just maybe, this article can help someone else in a similar situation. So, here’s what I want to say to you who doesn’t love me.

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The Pain

The pain of unrequited love is indescribable. It’s a pain that sinks deep into your soul and never truly goes away. It’s a pain that makes you question your worth and leaves you feeling empty. It’s a pain that can consume you if you let it. But, I won’t let it consume me. I’ll acknowledge the pain and use it to grow stronger.

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The Hope

Despite the pain, there’s always hope. Hope that one day you’ll see me differently. Hope that one day you’ll realize what you’ve been missing out on. Hope that one day we can be more than just friends. But, I know that hope can be dangerous. It can lead to disappointment and heartache. So, I’ll hold onto hope, but I won’t let it control me.

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The Self-Love

One of the most important things I’ve learned from this experience is the importance of self-love. It’s easy to get lost in the idea of being loved by someone else, but it’s equally important to love yourself. To know your worth and not settle for less than you deserve. To take care of yourself emotionally, mentally, and physically. So, I’ll continue to love myself and grow as a person.

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The Moving On

As much as I hope for a different outcome, I know that it’s time to move on. It’s time to let go of the idea of us being together and focus on my own happiness. It’s time to open myself up to new possibilities and experiences. It’s time to heal and grow from this experience. So, I’ll take the necessary steps to move on and create a brighter future for myself.

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So, to you who doesn’t love me, I want to say thank you. Thank you for teaching me valuable lessons about love, hope, self-love, and moving on. Thank you for helping me grow as a person. And, most importantly, thank you for being a part of my journey. I may not be the one for you, but I know that the right person will come along at the right time. Until then, I’ll continue to love myself and live my life to the fullest.

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