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Broken Hearted

Relationships can be such a tricky thing. We go into them hoping for nothing but the best
but when things don’t work out it can be difficult to deal with at first. 
Some people handle break ups and broken hearts better than others. Its easy for them to dust themselves off and keep it moving.
Others need a certain amount of time to heal.
for example, my first real heart break was when I was seventeen years old.
The pain I felt was indescribable.  I remember crying on and off for days.     The healing process was slow because when you’re that young sometimes you tend to think that your first love will be with you forever. I remember feeling like I would never find anyone else.
Eventually those thoughts will fade because the feelings of being hurt are only temporary. The people who truly can’t get over a break up are the ones who concern me because I’ve seen some women become completely bitter and cold hearted.
This only gives your ex power over your emotions. Never become so bitter to the point where you won’t give anyone else a chance. I’m not saying to jump into relationships just to prove that you have moved on, but just taking some time to concentrate on yourself and your own happiness is beneficial.
Break ups should be looked at as a lesson learned.
Depending on the situation, it should also be a lesson on what you  should and should not tolerate in the future. Not only that but use the  time that you spend reflecting on that failed relationship to try and do things for yourself. Especially if you gave your all to that person.
 Relax and de-stress. Erase all contact you had with your ex because believe me, if you are still friends with them on Facebook you will be tempted to look at their page to see who they are dating at the moment. That will do nothing but make you mad and keep you dwelling on what went wrong.
Its natural to wonder why we weren’t good enough for someone but sometimes life  shows us that some people aren’t good enough for us.
No matter how much you think you’re in love with someone, there is always someone else out there who you have yet to meet. That person you meet in the future could be the one to make you see exactly why it didn’t work out with anyone else.
So if you are brokenhearted, remember that its only temporary and that you can always start again!

5 Comments to Broken Hearted:

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Tammy on Wednesday, October 17, 2012 9:51 AM
This is a really good blog.....I sure many people would/could be blessed by this. Well said.
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Danielle Macy on Thursday, October 18, 2012 2:35 PM
I've been broken hearted and I thought I was gonna die. I made it through and now I'm the stronger for it.
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Charlene Mason on Thursday, October 18, 2012 2:36 PM
Great post. Where did you come from. This is such good writing and words. LOVE IT!!!!
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Josephine Brockwell on Thursday, October 18, 2012 2:38 PM
You said that! I like what you have to say. Keep up the good advice
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Jessica steffani on Saturday, November 10, 2012 2:23 AM
I am really so up sad for my relationship. I can't bear this any more. I want to get back my love in my life. Hope I will found benefits from this info to get love back in my life. Thanks!!
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