What are the signs that someone is missing

I miss you: what it means and the most beautiful sayings about it

“I miss you, plain and simple. I miss your presence in my life. I miss that you are always there for me. "

It can be very painful to miss someone you love. For many, missing someone can be viewed as a negative experience, but in reality, it's not what we need to fear.

It's hard, but when we learn to find our way around, missing someone can be a form of love.

It becomes a feeling we can cope with even if it makes life difficult for us, but it will teach us which relationships are worth keeping (no matter what) and which are worth leaving behind become.

What it means to miss someone

When you start to fall in love with someone, you want to be with that person as often as possible, and it is natural that you miss them when they are not around you.

But that feeling of missing someone isn't necessarily love. It can only be the first signs that you have a crush on someone, attraction, desire or just being in love.

At the beginning of a relationship it's fun, exciting, and this person often crosses your mind. This is how it should be, because it serves to propel the relationship into the next phase.

When the spark is gone or the chemistry is wrong, the longing for that person will stop and you will long to get away from them.

You can also miss those who you are not romantically in love with.

Best friends, family members, and even pets fall into this category. You miss their presence when they're not there and the closeness you shared with each other.

Missing someone can also be based purely on your own feelings - you may miss what someone has portrayed for you, you miss the euphoria you fell in love with, or you miss what you wanted to have with that person, but you didn't or couldn't have because of the circumstances.

You may also miss the fact that you don't get a degree or answers to your remaining questions after someone breaks up with you.

It is also true that you can long for things that you never had and always wanted, but you cannot really "miss" them because they were never actually there.

For example, if you've always wished for a little boy and never had one, it may seem like a piece of the puzzle of your life is missing, but this is considered a "missed opportunity, chance, or dream" rather than that you miss him yourself.

The pain you feel is not about missing the actual person (since you have never met them), but rather that a strong desire or longing remains unfulfilled.

You fell in love with a dream and rewriting a dream can make you feel a sense of loss.

You may also be angry or jealous of others who achieved this dream.

If you were pregnant and lost the child, or if you witnessed the death of a child, you absolutely miss them, along with what could have become of them.

You deeply miss their presence in your life, the love you had (and still have) for one another, and the loss of a future together.

So in order to miss someone out of love, that person must have been real and tangible and present in your life.

Also, if despite losing a romantic relationship you feel lonely, sad, and rejected, and maybe even "missed" the time you spent together because it served to fill a need or a void in your life, it is no more love unless you miss who she actually was as a person.

Often we assume that because we miss the length of time in our lives that we shared with someone, we miss them when we actually miss what they represented - youth, freedom, or an intense infatuation that gives us that Made you feel alive.

We may miss the attention this person has paid us or the fact that the relationship has helped us through some tough time in our lives.

If we hold onto the feelings and wish they were there again, or if we play this period of time over and over in our mind, then we are actually missing things in the present.

If you are really in love, you will miss the absence of their presence even if they are in another room.

What you miss is the connection you have with them. This can happen in any relationship where everyday life interferes with the ability to be together.

When you feel separated, you should have a desire to get closer to them again.

If you never miss your partner or boyfriend, then you need to ask yourself if you really love them at all.

You can miss someone you don't love, but you can't love someone you don't miss.

If you enjoy his company, but don't waste too much thought on him when he's gone, you don't love him.

If you never feel lonely, incomplete, or even worried about his safety or well-being when you are apart from him, it is time to redefine your relationship.

That's not to say you have to feel insecure when you're apart.

In fact, in a loving relationship, both people will still feel very secure in their love even when separated, and they will continue to feel a sense of camaraderie and oneness despite the distance or time.

When separated, a loving couple will still want to nurture their mutual bond and connection.

They will find ways to communicate with each other while counting the days until they can be together again.

When you're in love, the thought of the person will put a smile on your face when you remember something that happened recently or a long time ago.

There are far more positive thoughts than negative memories that come to mind that are firmly anchored in reality and not in fantasy or hope or blinded by lust.

If you don't love someone or don't love them anymore, you won't have the intense desire to be in a room with them.

You might even like to hang out with him every now and then for fun talking to him or going to places with him, but you won't be incredibly disappointed if he cancels a date or goes with someone else instead of you.

He's not the first person you want to open up to or share important life events with.

So when it comes and goes out of your life, anything you discuss or reveal is mostly superficial.

Your connection to one another will bind you to one another, but if those ties break or you lose contact with him, it is not catastrophic.

You may occasionally miss his presence, but it's very rare and / or brief.

You're in no hurry to reconnect with him, and while you may be a little curious about how he's doing in life, you don't have the overwhelming feeling that you have to shake hands with him.

If you can't even think about someone for days or weeks, you don't love them.

The most beautiful sayings to miss

There is almost no greater feeling in the world than seeing someone you miss again.

It is a sense of completion, of wholeness, and that things are as they should be.

Whether we hold the material worldview that it's just a chemical reaction going on in our brain, or if we take the more existential understanding that something deeper is happening, one way or another, the experience feels incredibly deep.

But this reunion wouldn't taste so sweet if it weren't for the longing that occurred in the other person's absence.

That feeling has been expressed in myriad ways over the ages, and it's the subject of novels, films, and myriad other works of art.

And the sensation can be summed up in three small words: I miss you.

The following quotes will explore the phenomena of missing, and their diversity, complexity, and emotionality will reveal the depth of our relationship with love and loss.

So here are the nicest "I miss you" quotes:

"Long after I gave up, my heart searches for you without my permission." (Rudy Francisco)

"I wish you have the wisdom to recognize that it is okay to miss something but not want it back." (Steve Maraboli)

"The beauty of the sea is that it never shows weakness and never gets tired of the countless souls that unleash their broken voices into its secret depths." (Zeina Kassee)

"Missing you is my hobby, caring for you is my job, making you happy is my duty, and loving you is my life." (Unknown)

“The thing is, you brought that up in me. How could I want it with someone else? " (JmStorm)

"If I got one flower for every time I think of you, I could walk my garden forever." (Claudia Adrienne Grandi)

"No matter where you go, you will always be in my heart." (Anthony T. Hincks)

"I don't know what they are called, the spaces between the seconds - but I always think of you at these intervals." (Salvador Plascencia)

“Missing someone is part of loving them. If you are never apart, you will never really know how strong your love is. " (Gustave Flaubert)

Sometimes there is more magic in "I miss you" than in "I love you".(Unknown)

"Missing someone and not being able to see them is the worst feeling ever." (Nathanael Richmond)

"I miss you. Not in a cheesy “let's hold hands and be together forever” way. I miss you, plain and simple. I miss your presence in my life. I miss that you are always there for me. I miss you as a best friend. " (Unknown)

"And they can't understand which hurts more - missing the other person or pretending not to." (Khadija Rupa)

“How you can miss someone when you are in the same room with them is a mystery to me. But I do. " (Karen Harrington)

“The joy of having something comes from the length of time in which one has wanted and expected it. Happiness really lies in expectation. So once you have achieved it, it loses its appeal for you. " (Osho)

"You don't cross my mind, you live in it." (Unknown)

“The heart is as transparent as the depths of the ocean; you can only see until the light is gone. " (Meredith Taylor)

"Maybe one day we'll see each other as characters in another story, maybe we'll share a life then." (Pavana)

“And yet I want to be human; I want to think of him because then I feel that he is alive somewhere, even if only in my head. " (Sally Green)

"My memory loves you, it always asks about you." (Unknown)

"You know that someone is very special to you when the days just don't seem right without them." (John Cena)

“If you miss someone, it means you can consider yourself lucky. It means that you had someone special in your life, someone worth missing. " (Unknown)

"Remembering our loved ones means breathing life into their fading images so we can see their faces again and pass on a tearful 'I miss you'." (Richelle E. Goodrich)

“I miss your voice because it's a symphony; your fragrance because it is a treasure; your smile because it's a jewel; your hug because it's a masterpiece; and your kiss because it's a miracle. " (Matshona Dhliwayo)

"When we miss someone, what we really miss is often the part of us that someone awakens." (Luigina Sgarro)

“It's strange how many opportunities there are to miss someone. You miss the things they did and who they were, but you also miss who you were to them. The way everything you've said and done was beautiful, or entertaining, or important. How important you were. " (Robin roe)

"Missing someone is the way your heart reminds you that you love them." (Unknown)

"You can tell how much you really miss someone when something happens, good or bad, and the only person you want to tell is the only person who isn't there." (Unknown)

"He kisses me like he misses me before I have to go." (C.J. Carlyon)

Some Psychological Facts About Missing

1. Missing someone leads to insomnia. The frustration of not being with the person makes you stay up at night.

2. That person, who you never get out of your head, is probably thinking of you too.

3. If everything bothers you, the mood is likely to indicate that you miss someone.

4. The best way to understand a person's worth is to imagine life without them.

5. Just looking at a picture of a loved one will ease the pain.

6. The best person in your life is who you think of after reading this.

In other languages ​​...

I miss you. (English)

Mi manchi. (Italian)

Te echo de menos. (Spanish)

Ech measure dech. (Luxembourgish)

Më Mungon. (Albanian)

Jeg savner dig. (Danish)

Eu sinto sua falta. (Portuguese)

Jag sacnar dig. (Swedish)

Seni özledim. (Turkish)

Hianyzol. (Hungarian)

Nedostaješ mi. (Bosnian / Croatian / Serbian)

Kaipaan sinua. (Finnish)

‘Ana mushtaq lak (Arabic)

Tôi nhớ bạn. (Vietnamese)

Wǒ xiǎng nǐ. (Chinese)

Tu me manques. (French)