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Thread: Getting rid of a really silly case of oneitis?

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    Default Getting rid of a really silly case of oneitis?

    I feel stupid that I'm even asking this but basically, a girl I used to work with who I know I have no chance with keeps cropping up on my mind when I'm alone. Like, I don't even know her that well and it's crazy and frustrating that I just see her face in my mind whenever I'm trying to turn myself off and chill out.

    I'm not asking for advice how to get her (because that's not what I want). I just wanna know how to stop being a little bitch and think about something else. Anything else. It's doing my swede in. Any of you experienced lonely guys got any ideas as to how to take your mind off someone you're fixated on when they're really not that important?

    -Ruth

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    Default Re: Getting rid of a really silly case of oneitis?

    The only real way is to get out and be social. You can't rationalize your way out of one-itis because it's an emotional (insecure) reaction, not a logical one.
    You can however replace it with other emotions, namely - interest in other people

    Force yourself to get out there, convince yourself youre gonna ramp up your game, and DO it.

    Baby steps at first if you need to

    It'll fix it. It always does
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    Default Re: Getting rid of a really silly case of oneitis?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Red Baron View Post
    The only real way is to get out and be social. You can't rationalize your way out of one-itis because it's an emotional (insecure) reaction, not a logical one.
    You can however replace it with other emotions, namely - interest in other people

    Force yourself to get out there, convince yourself youre gonna ramp up your game, and DO it.

    Baby steps at first if you need to

    It'll fix it. It always does
    And the hero award for the day goes toooo....

    The Red Baron. Cheers for that one mate! Much appreciated.


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