How to Stop Loving an Anime Character

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No longer your waifu.

Learn how to stop being in love with fictional characters.


  1. Admit that you have a problem.
  2. Realize that anime characters are not real, but just ink on paper.
  3. Watch much less television. This not only will improve your mental health, but your fitness as well.
  4. Print out a picture of the character you are in love with. Perform some sort of negative association with the picture, like throwing darts at it, lighting it on fire, or crumpling it up and throwing it away. Many find this step extremely difficult. If you begin to cry or feel extreme guilt afterward, seek professional help immediately.



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Well, let's suppose for a moment that Feito-chan were real. Then, in that case, if (like me) you happen to also have a 3D complex, you would be in love with both 2D Feito and 3D Feito.
Since 3D girls exist as physical persons, and not as ideas manifested through art like 2D girls, it means that she would only have one age of particular, but my emotional life would still get quite screwed up, because I would be feeling four different kinds of love for the three main 2D versions (loli, high school, and adult) and the 3D instance.
In that case, it would be very beneficial to be able to stop loving the 2D ones. Now I'll be the first to admit that the idea that Feito-chan could become a 3D person is quite unrealistic, but I still think that this knowledge could be valuable in some rare edge cases. Of course, an article explaining "how to love an anime character even more" would be much more useful.
--Anonymous [1]

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