Aug 09, 2014 · Without understanding the details of why she is so angry at you it’s hard to give advice. But if you get a chance take a look at my four-part blog post on stopping emotional abuse. It might help by giving you techniques to calm her down. Try to go to your sister in law to understand why your mother in law is treating you this way.
When she behaves badly (doesn't give you what you value), you use extinction - you ignore her / do not provide her attention / provide only the most passing, minimal attention. When she behaves well (gives you what you want), you reward her - with more and higher quality attention. When she behaves well, be more attentive.
It's quite simple to stop chasing her. All you have to do is stop texting and calling her all the time. When you do, give her an opportunity to reach out to you. When she does reach out, set a date. Don't try to force her into a relationship either. When she's ready, you'll be able to tell based on her signs of attraction.
Answer (1 of 5): Were you giving him the same amount of attention? In highschool, I used to give lots and lots of attention to my crush. Even though she had a BF. I didn't care. As an adult, I do the same thing to ladies I take a liking to but if they are taken or don't show the same liking towar...
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She lost interest because she knew you'd hurt her. She knew that if she tried harder and fought for you, you're not going to appreciate it but you'll take her for granted. You'll see her as just another girl trying to get your attention and trying to chase you. You'll see her as something you already own instead of a challenge.
Quote #15 of Series, 16 Principles of Happiness from the 16th President. "We should be too big to take offense and too noble to give it." Are you thin-skinned and easily offended? You can be happier by applying any of the 10 principles in this post.
I know this seems hypocritical but please just don't, she already has gotten enough attention its best we start to leave her crazy self in the past