It is perfectly fine and good to keep on loving someone who has left you. There is nothing wrong in keeping to love them. Just make sure you change your rules and perceptions of your love for, and to them, just as they have with you. Then you will not feel as hurt or as angry with them all because they did not, or stopped giving you the type of love you so desired from them. They clearly did not want, or stopped wanting the type of love you offered or gave to them. Then take that extra substance in the love you offered, and share it with someone else who wants the kind of love you can fully, unadulterated, and unfiltered, give to the one who wants it, and offers you the desired love you so desire in return. You can find that match. There’s billions of people out there, and millions who want what you have to offer. And there’s millions out there who have to offer what you want. So a match can be made between two people.
So you thought that person was a “rock star” in your mind. That’s okay. And you had a relationship that lasted a certain amount of time. And you will have good memories and bad memories of your time with them just like you do anyone else including family members.
But you will find another someone on your journey who finds YOU a “rock star”, just as much as you find them to be. So why think it’s so bad? That other person has given you another opportunity to find an even better relationship. They no longer deserve or desire what you offered, and you don’t deserve or desire what they are now offering. They have changed the terms, rules, or degrees of their love to you. Now, with someone else, you and what you offer will be more valued than this person, and you will value what that person offers to you, more than what the other gave you.
It’s called a “hidden blessing”. And thank that other person for the time, the moments shared, and thank them more for the better opportunity they are giving you by letting you go… And you can love them for that too.