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Lindsey Robinson Sanchez, from Bessemer, Ala., has written for the "Troy Messenger," "The Alabama Baptist" and "The Gainesville Times," where her work was featured on the AP wire.She has a Bachelor of Science in journalism from the University of Florida.There are two ways to overcome limerence: reciprocation or separation.Since you can't force someone to reciprocate your feelings, your best course of action is to limit interaction with the object of your limerence and find healthy ways to refocus your energy.Once you learn not to rely on this hope, you can move toward recovery.Distract yourself from intrusive thinking with hobbies, work or educational enrichment.Catfishing is saying you’re 6 feet tall when, in actuality, you’re 5 feet, 9 inches.If you’re kittenfishing, you’d say you were 5 feet, 10 inches tall.
So, in dating, you may do just one thing wrong and you’re done.
Or you’d shave off a few pounds, make yourself a year or two younger, or give yourself just a bit higher of a job title.
Nothing that will be a disqualifier — just a lil’ white lie. You may think they have potential, but you’re not necessarily feeling it.
This exercise is not intended to demonize the object of your limerence --- rather, it's important for you to see him or her as a flawed, regular person and to reinforce the idea that having a relationship with that person will not necessarily make you happy or fulfilled.
Make a list of the qualities you see in yourself that you believe your significant other should value.
After three months of dating, which is about enough time for the honeymoon period to wear off and people’s true colors to start shining through, people usually decide whether to continue or to break up.