15 Strategies When You Can't Get Someone out of your head

Kaetlyn Summers Posted a year ago
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Has it ever happened to you that you got attached to someone too fast and after it ended, that person just could not get out of your head? Or sometimes when someone just criticizes you without any apparent reason and you cannot stop thinking about it for hours or weeks.

Do not worry because you certainly are not the only one suffering from this condition. Almost everyone goes through this in life and the stress can lead to depression in some cases.

Here are a few tips that you can follow to take someone out of your head for good:

  1. Distract yourself in something healthy:

Usually in this situation people ask you to simply distract yourself from the current situation. Most people then end up being addicted to alcohol or become smokers. The key is to distract yourself into something healthy.

Adapt a new activity that you can perform every time those thoughts start creeping back in your mind. For example start working out at home or join a gym. If that is too much then learn to cook and soon you will find yourself indulged in an activity that not only gives you the satisfaction of being good but also gives you pleasure.

  1. Adapt the silent route:

If someone says something bad to you or you feel hurt by someone’s behavior then just keep one thing in mind: your reaction can worsen the situation. Just stay silent and let it all simmer down to a point where it no longer affects you anymore and you can easily look past through this and move on.

Saying something in reaction to an already negative comment will make you no different from the person who is the reason for all your misery. Staying silent on the other hand will give you the upper hand and the person also gets the impression that whatever he or she is saying does not really affect you any bad. - Continue reading on next page