Personal Narrative Essay: Unrequited Love

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“Unrequited love”. It sounds kind of old-fashioned, doesn 't it? Infatuation, longing, and love can be painful when they remain unreturned; when the focus of your love sees you as 'just a friend ' or not even that. Unrequited love can hurt like the worst disaster ever. (Tyrell, M., 2010). What is actually unrequited love means? Unrequited love is love that is not returned. Whether you are the one who loves or is loved, it can be a painful experience. It is sound out of date but as evidenced by the huge number of people searching the term online, human concerns haven 't really changed all that much since good old Will Shakespeare purportedly wrote: "Love is the most beautiful of dreams and the worst of nightmares."
Do you have any experience to be rejected by someone? I have one of the experience. I have crush towards someone for two years. It is not only crush but I feel longing to be together with that person. We are best friend at first and the moment I tell him about my feeling towards him, he
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First of all, you have to accept that romantic love isn’t usually a conscious decision. If a person knows that you love them, but doesn 't feel the same way about you, don 't view it as some kind of betrayal or deliberate withholding. They might want to love you, but simply don 't, for reasons they don 't understand, and may never understand. Sometimes the feeling just isn 't there. Try not to take personally. We are brainwashed by romantic fiction to believe that enough determination will awaken within others what they don 't know themselves. And if we only try hard enough, we 'll get our guy or girl. It is works in romantic fiction, right? For instance, by giving a situation like “Don 't ever fall for this. How much time (including fantasy time) have you spent on this person? If only I could make them see... Just a little longer, if we could just speak together..." Just stop it. It may sound harsh but the first step to real success is knowing when to give up.
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