Can you ever stop loving someone you truly loved?
Yes, it can be possible to stop loving someone. The love, as you feel it now can be changed. Different people have different purposes in life. Also, you can be grateful for the time you shared with this person and deeply care about them, then move on romantically and stop loving them in the way you once did.
It’s very important to understand your core identity, like your hopes, goals, and values, before committing to a relationship with someone else. Many things about a person can and do change. Still, we usually all have some core values that remain constant throughout our lives, such as ambition, Honesty, consistency, flexibility, and vulnerability. If you understand yourself well, it will help you to avoid looking for a relationship to “fulfill” things for you that you can only fulfill yourself.
It can be hard to believe that you deserve to be loved again, especially if you have experienced relationships that focus on criticizing your imperfections rather than accepting you as a person. Although everybody is worthy of being loved, you can help develop that sense of worthiness by practicing loving yourself. Practicing self-love can help you know how to fall in love with yourself. You should learn to practice self-compassion, which can help you increase your feelings of self-worth