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So your crush isn't into you? Here's how to rise above it

By Amber Petty | China Daily | Updated: 2018-06-13 07:28

Having a "crush" sounds so trivial, but just think about the term for a second: The word crush is used to describe beating, breaking and trampling which is exactly how your heart feels after a fantasy love suddenly ends.

Once you know that your daydreams are never coming to fruition, how can you learn how to get over a crush? As an adult, it can be much harder to talk about your hurt feelings when many of your friends might be dealing with long-term breakups (or even divorce).

But I'm here to say: A crush is a real, strong emotion, and you have every right to feel sad, depressed, and even pissed that it's over. And this sentiment is backed by a host of psychologists and relationship experts I interviewed for advice on how to forget about your crush and move on.

So your crush isn't into you? Here's how to rise above it

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