If getting over a break-up is not easy, to overcome the pain of being in love with a person who never understood your feelings is even worse. Hundreds of movies have been made, millions of hearts have broken for love that has gone unnoticed or unacknowledged by the person to whom it should have mattered the most. Forgetting unrequited love is almost impossible, because tugging at your heartstrings is a faint hope that one day your love will find acceptance. But should you wait for that day?

 According to social psychologist Roy Baumeister, around 98 per cent of people have experienced unrequited love at some point of their life. Why do we nurture feelings for a person who would never value your emotions? It will be very difficult to find an answer to this but no matter how painful the experience might be, unrequited love is an ugly reality.Can unrequited love break your heart? “When we say ‘broken hearts’ we associate it with love that has found acceptance and has been acknowledged. Same is the case with unrequited love. Your feelings might not be reciprocated, but that does not mean love never existed. In fact, it can be more difficult because of the uncertainty attached with unrequited love. It is difficult to extinguish the hope that someday the other person will also share the same feelings. The heart is broken not because of rejection, but it is in a constant state of despair due to lack of acknowledgement,” said Preeti Saini, According to a research done by scientists at the University of Michigan, emotional pain, be it from a broken relationship or the loss of a loved one, activates the same part of the human brain as physical pain. In simple words, emotional pain is as bad as physical pain.
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