Not only have we all experienced a relationship that mutually did not work, but we have all experienced heartbreak at one point or another. We’re truly in love with the other person, but the other person simply wants no part in our life.
This can be very devastating; and some people who experience it do not fully recover from the breakup for years to come. If you find yourself in this situation, it is important to bring to mind what the LoA would suggest: positive thoughts attract positive outcomes; and negative thoughts attract negative outcomes.
If you focus only on the absence of the person you once loved dearly, these thoughts will only reinforce themselves. You will become increasingly negative; and increasingly focused on this person who is no longer a part of your life.
Instead, what you should do is focus on recovering, stabilizing, and finding ways to fill the void in your life that that person left. You might do this by taking a break from dating and setting work-related goals. Or you might focus on finding a new prospective partner to take the place of the other. Whatever you do, it is wise to recall the lessons of the LoA as you do it. Keep positive thoughts in mind; and focus on finding a new, suitable partner, rather than grieving endlessly with the thought that you will never recover what is hopelessly lost.