posted on Oct, 2 2020 @ 02:46 AM
In my experience, there's no way to actually getting over someone you loved so much.
It seems, everyone's experience is unique. I have gotten over so many people, and I can look at someone I absolutely collapsed if I saw them and cried
uncontrollably for the next hour, and feel nothing anymore. I can watch videos of someone I MADLY and PASSIONATELY loved so much I screamed to the
Universe, "WHYYY!!" in tears in the middle of the night in a forest, and feel completely neutral about them.
So, there ARE ways to get over someone, no matter HOW large the emotional lust was. And notice, I am not using the word 'love', as I think what Jesus
talked about was actually LOVE... if it's love, it's platonic, it's selfless. If there's ANY hint of 'wanting to own' or 'wanting to hug' (not just to
GIVE a hug, but to RECEIVE one), or jealousy/envy, it's not love, it's emotional lust.
What gets confusing, is that these two CAN exist simultaneously.. if you LOVE a lot, there's nothing to get over. If you emotionally LUST a lot, it's
a very bitter and powerful pain, very hard to get over (but in time, at least I can, maybe others can, too)