I am just exhausted of my limerence and love addiction.

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  • Truthshare
    1:52 PM, 10 March 2024

    It might be difficult to deal with feelings of limerence and love addiction, but it’s important to put self-care first and get counselling. Begin by accepting your emotions without passing judgement and realising that it’s acceptable to feel burned out. Remind yourself that recovery requires time and work and cultivate self-compassion. Think about going to counselling to look learn more effective coping mechanisms. Take part in activities you enjoy outside of romantic relationships, such hobbies, physical activity, or quality time with friends and family. Establish limits/boundaries in your relationships and put your well-being first, try to stay out of situations that set off your addictive tendencies.

    Dealing with limerence may cause you to have difficulty concentrating on anything other than your romantic interest, and your mood may fluctuate based on the perceived response from your romantic interest. Have in mind that it is a temporary and intense emotional state, it’s important to remember to stay committed to your self-care and growth, and be patient with yourself as you navigate these emotions.

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