Updated: Sep 23, 2019
Aah Heartbreak! – The word that conjures up images of childhood crushes, tubs of ice-cream, mushy movies and bad poetry. “Why God? Why me?” used to be familiar cries while we imagined a hundred scenarios where we are back in a relationship. Putting aside the fact that after a break-up there’s a torturous vacuum where your partner used to be and that socially a failed relationship makes you feel like wanting to crawl back into a hole, what’s really great is the proverbial silver lining on the heart-wrenching gloomy cloud. With every heartbreak we start recognizing who we really are. I feel every ex clears the fog in your mirror. You start understanding what works for you and what doesn’t. For e.g.:- I realized that I was absolutely OK with my own company and that to attract love I needed to be the person I wanted to attract.
And the day I realized that, my personal aura shone through brighter and I automatically started attracting people who treated me with love and respect. Just because you have not had any luck with love and romance does not mean you will be alone forever. You can change your life at any point by letting go of self-defeating ways, re calibrating your inner thoughts and letting go of the past. Remember, your ex is an ex for a reason.
I wish you would look at your past heartbreaks to guide you, just as long as you don’t wallow in self-pity too much. Some people have their heart broken once and some, one too many times. If you really pay attention you will discover something wonderful and revealing about yourself! You may still be confused as to why you had to experience such a painful situation, and that’s okay. In time, though, you’ll see it when you’re ready.
And that heartbreak will be just a mark— a reminder of an experience that you survived, learned from, and grew from as a result.
I would LOVE to know how heartbreak might have made YOU happier, more loving and how you found true love when you were truly ready, broken hearts and all be damned!
Love to all