I highly recommend having a heartbreak on your bucket list.
It doesn’t have to be at the hands of a romantic partner. It can be from any type of relationship you currently value in your life. The quicker the bubbles we live in burst, the better equipped we will be for new challenges that come ahead.
A broken heart is quite an experience; it’s as if you’ve lost your breath, and you have no idea how to gain it back. A reality we held no longer exists, and we have no idea how to deal with the new world we’ve been thrusted in. This new world can scary, unfamiliar, and uncomfortable.
That’s normal, and it’s an experience almost all of us will have in our life time.
Only in the fairy tales, and movies do things tend to work out just the way we hoped it would. The real world is much different, much more complex, and much less interested in conforming to make you happy.
Yes, the universe does not revolve around us, and has very little interest in whether it’s happenings harm or help us.
A broken heart is one of those happenings. It’s more common than we want to believe, because no one want to believe that people may change the way they feel about us; the juicy pockets of divorce lawyers begs to differ.
Heartbreaks are important because they remind us that we need to actively have a healthy relationship with a reality that won’t always give us what we want, and at any moment, it can easily take away the things we already have.
This isn’t depressing, but rather the opposite. It reminds us to appreciate what we have, while we have it.
There’s a magic pill for heartbreak, it’s called time. Healing takes time, and not on your schedule. Don’t try to rush the healing, that may only slow the progress, and make things worse than before.
We can learn from these struggles if we chose to. I hope you decide to make that choice.
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