This article is co-written by Trudi Griffin, LPC. Trudy Griffin is a licensed psychotherapist from Wisconsin. Received a master's degree in clinical psychotherapy from Marquette University in 2011.
The number of sources used in this article is 14. You will find a list of them at the bottom of the page.
It is not so easy to ignore what bothers you or makes you nervous. It is not at all necessary to constantly ignore someone or something. However, if a person or the circumstances strongly hurt your feelings, then you should learn to let go of such situations for the sake of your well-being. If you manage to get distracted, then you can easily change your way of thinking, find the right solution and move on.