Healing a Broken Heart

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Healing a broken heart from a lost love seems to be the most challenging endeavor that anyone could image. A break up usually starts with a period of paralyzing shock, turning into helplessness and deep grief. Right after the break-up, we feel big sense of bewilderment. Everything happened very suddenly, and we simply do not understand it. We have extreme difficulty accepting that it’s over because there is something inside of us resisting the facts.We simply cannot let go of them. We still feel honest love for them. Because we’ve lost so much- a friend, companionship, a well planned future together. We cannot stop thinking about them. And then there’s terryfing loneliness. Especially when we now have all of free time – even more during the long nights. We miss them dearly. All of these factors work together, leading us into a deep feeling of hopelessness. We’re dying inside. Everything seems so hopeless. We are convinced that all our happiness is tied to them. All our joy in life is connected to them. We felt that we were not living the life we were destined to live So we do lots of stupid things which only lead to more pain and suffering.We usually make some mistakes after a break-up. Those mistakes is like taking the wrong fork on a crossroad. We appear very needy, and thus very unattractive. Men especially seem to think that they can get over their Ex-girlfriends by immediately finding a new one. All they do is mask their pain, while avoiding the task of facing the issues their breakup needs to resolve. It is not too late to turn your life around. It’s an opportunity to finally face these issues, resolve them, and start living the life that we truly deserve by being who we really are. We can rediscover the person we used to be before the break –up. We can be emotionally strong and successful in controlling of our relationships. We can be self-confident, and finally feel lovable again. Remember that “It’s not how you fall, it’s how you get yourself back...
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