Unrequited love - we've all been there, and it doesn't matter how many times we experience it, the feeling of caring for someone who doesn't feel the same can be crushing.
Married at First Sight's John Aiken, a relationship expert, says while it can be painful to "move on" from unrequited love, it can be done.
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All you need to do is go "cold turkey" on the person you're infatuated with. Of course, that's a lot easier said than done. © GettyGiving up on unrequited feelings can be difficult.
Aiken advises people battling unrequited love to take three steps to start moving on from their unrequited feelings.
The first is to cut all contact from the object of their affections, and the second is to start mixing in new friendship circles.
"The more different people you get to meet, the more you start moving on from that person you were initially attracted to," he explains.
Doing so will create a distance from the person that makes it easier to move on from your feelings for them.
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Of course, those unrequited feelings won't go away overnight, so Aiken has a third tip to get those unlucky in love back in the game.
But it's one that might be a little more daunting to put into practice - watch the above video to find out his third trick to truly get over unrequited love.
Catch up on John Aiken's 9Honey relationships advice column Dear John here.