“Have you ever been in love? Horrible isn’t it? It makes you so vulnerable. It opens your chest and it opens up your heart and it means that someone can get inside you and mess you up.”-Neil Gaiman
Love when it’s still new seems like the only thing in the world that would matter. When you’re in love,forever will always be something that seemed so real.
But when your partner decides to cut off whatever it is that you both have, you find yourself crying too hard just to ease out the pain. All dreams built together and for each other were shattered. So bouncing back again will take time. Yes, when you break up, your whole identity is shattered, it’s even like death.
I have always been sad for the people I know who have experienced broken hearts.The healing part was never been easy. Been there. Done that. It’s never been easy to mend a broken heart. You won’t even know how to start mending yourself. Of course, you’ve gotten used to having your significant other always. There is no advice most appropriate to comfort someone broken. Because you can never define the feeling when you are broken.
A piece of advice,I used this when I was once broken.You should Cry with an agenda. The agenda is to become better after crying. Tomorrow is a new day. Don’t hasten yourself to be okay. It will take long. It’s okay to be sad because you are hurt. It’s very, very okay to sulk yourself in the pillow.
Others won’t understand the pain that you are going through, it’s fine. But for those who have been broken and had picked up every piece of himself/herself, understand.
That’s just how it is. Just as people come and go, love too. Lucky for some who have loved, been loved and have kept it well.
So, just ask yourself if you are better off without that person or not.And don’t forget that it’s really painful to say goodbye to someone that you don’t want to let go but it’s even more painful to ask someone to stay if they never wanted to stay.