Let’s Talk Heartbreaks

Hey people, it’s me again….Today I’d like to address something we’ve all been through, yet delve right back in and get hit every time….well most times…HEARTBREAK
“There are plenty of ways to die, but only love can kill and keep you alive to feel it”….. Leo Christopher
We’ve all been there, at least I’m sure I have, some sudden, some expected, some inevitable, it just happens, and you ask yourself how did you get here! Or why did you let it get that far, what did you do wrong, was it you, was it really what they said went wrong or something entirely different. At first it doesn’t even hit you, you cry, you scream, you can literally feel your heart break into a thousand pieces, yet, as time goes on, it occurs to you that tears was the easiest part of the grief, nothing excites you anymore, you think of running back and making it work but it’s clearly too late.
So you tell yourself it’s okay, you’ve been through it before and you’ll get over it, you listen to your favorite songs and even create a playlist, Adele being the most on such, some days you wake up feeling better, others, you wish you never did, and then it hits you all over again, and at this point, you get the tears and the pain.
Yes we’ve all been there, but this is me telling you it wasn’t your fault, you did nothing to find yourself there, it’s okay to have been too blind in love to let it get that far, you did nothing wrong, it’s not you, whether or not it’s what they say went wrong doesn’t matter anymore, it’s okay to cry it out, it’s okay to indulge, take sometime for yourself, talk if you want to, don’t if you don’t feel like it, whatever it is, pick you, choose you, love you, remind yourself you deserve better, tell yourself you’ll be fine again, believe the universe when it says it has better plans for you, trust in your guts, it will be dawn again.
And as I read somewhere ”never let a heart that did not love you stop you from the one that will”
Someday, maybe not today, maybe not  tomorrow, but someday, you’ll wake up and you’ll realize it doesn’t hurt so bad anymore, you can breathe again, you can laugh again, and you can dance again, this, will be your happy place, I promise.
You just take it one day at a time…

13 thoughts on “Let’s Talk Heartbreaks

  1. Spot On Article!!! Funny thing about Heartbreaks is it makes u want to turn back the hands of time……… It Psychologically Presents you with a lot of “What Ifs? ” (Possible Outcomes). Its a Disease Curable Only with “Time”, Thereby leaving the patient with only one solution of Being Strong and letting go. There are Dire Consequences However, if the Patient Cannot be strong; examples such as Mental Instability/Psychological Disorder(Madness), Suicide,Depression, Low Self Esteem Etc. To corroborate what the writer has said, to anyone going through this,Suicide should never be an Option. You are special, You Matter, You Beat Over 4 Million Others to be the Spermatozoa that fertilized to be who u are today, it is not Over, Rise like a Phoenix and in time you will look back and smile at that phase of your Life.

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  2. People’s response to heartbreak vary. For me, I associate heartbreak to a serious breach of trust that can happen in any form of relationship other than a boy meet girl scenario. Heartbreak can occur amongst siblings, friends, between a mother/father and their children, any relationship that has trust at it’s foundation can lead to heartbreak. It takes the grace of God for one to get over heartbreak. They say what doesn’t kill you make you stronger but we really need prayers to get the strength we need to move on and trust again.

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  3. “We draw maps of each other’s pasts. Heartbreaks colored in black. Grief outlined in purple. The happiest times shaded yellow. This is how we learn each other. We are so scared and brave. We are so terrified and willing. We rewrite the definition of brave and it is this: love again. love again. love again.”

    — Fortesa Latifi

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