Sometimes you fall madly in love with someone, and their absence leaves such a gap that no one else can fill it, and you end yourself missing that person. Try not to allow those few missed feelings destroy the rest of your good fortune and simply get over it. If they're that important to you, then keep looking until you find someone who does feel the same way about you.
When you find someone who loves you back, then go ahead and get all weepy and emotional - because they'll most likely be doing the same for you. Cry if you need to, laugh if you want to, but just know that they still think about you even though you can't see them.
If only you knew what would happen in the future, would you change anything? Probably not, because history has shown that people don't like changing fate, especially when it comes to love. So don't worry about missing out on any opportunities because you're too afraid to move forward. Just remember that someone is always watching over you.
"Essentially, when your SO is gone, your emotions imitate your brain," Silva adds. Rhodes also claims that the length of a relationship influences how our brains handle feelings of yearning. Fortunately, there are other methods to deal with the grief that comes with missing someone.
And every night, you ponder about that person, wondering if you made a mistake or not. Yes, missing someone does not imply that you love that person. If you genuinely miss that individual, why don't you meet with him/her and make things right?
Otherwise, you are just feeling sorry for yourself.
The truth is, you may be missing someone but that doesn't mean you love him/her. Love is an amazing feeling and it's normal to feel its absence when someone moves on with their life. However, if you are crying day in and day out because you miss someone, then there is a problem with this relationship.
Love is not just a feeling but a commitment too. If the other person doesn't have the same feelings as you, then what is the use of loving him/her? So before you say that you miss someone, make sure that you want to start fresh with his/her life and not be stuck in the past.
Missing someone usually brings emotions of loneliness and inadequacy, a type of need that never seems to be satiated. There's a compelling melancholy to missing someone, sometimes a real tug on your heartstrings that makes it difficult to think about anything else. When they're missing whom you love, people often say that you feel sad but also relieved.
Sad but relieved is an accurate description of how I feel when I'm not in contact with my husband. I worry about him. I want him to know that I'm all right. I want him to know that I've found another man who can help me be happy. But at the same time, I feel relief that he's not hurt or sick. I wonder if he thinks the same thing about me?
I don't know what he feels because he won't tell me. If I called him, he'd hang up on me again. So I write letters instead. I write pages and pages describing everything that's going on in my life. I tell him about my classes, what my professors think of me. I talk about the issues that are bothering me. I tell him about my friends, what they eat for breakfast, what they wear when they go out dancing late at night. I miss him being in my life, but I'm glad that he's not in any kind of trouble.