Stop Dwelling on the Illusions
Sometimes you wrongly feel that your crush has the same feelings for you, but that person might only see you as a friend. It's not good to let your illusions blind you. As a result, it's best to try to ask your crush out on a date and see how he or she responds. If your crush refuses to hang out with you several times, it’s time to come to terms with the sad fact that your crush probably does not love you back.
You Can Be Friends with Him/Her for now
It's OK if your crush doesn't have feelings for you at the moment, and you can still befriend that person if you like. You can get to know more about the person and perhaps you won't feel the same after you find out your crush isn't that perfect, or your crush may finally fall in love with you.
Try to Distract Yourself
If your unrequited love makes you fretted, you can try to distract yourself a little bit. You can hang out with your friends, go to concerts, pick up a new language, travel to other cities... Anything that can help you forget about your crush for a while is worth a try. You will find that unrequited love isn't the focus of your life.
Turn to Your Friends for Emotional Support
Friends can comfort you a lot when you can't get over your crush. If you've tried to distract yourself but failed, you can talk to your friends about your unrequited love. Your friends will be willing to listen to you and give you some advice. You will find it a lot easier to cope with unrequited love because you're loved and supported by your friends.
Go on a Date
It's best to meet other people and go on a date, supposing your crush doesn't show any sign of interest in you. Staying at home and thinking about the emotionally unavailable person does you no good, so you should give yourself another chance for love. The person you meet on your next date may be the right one for you.