Love is scary. But its good too. We have an opportunity to either be absolutely stricken with it or completely broken from it. It can build us up or bring us down if we let it. When we are on good terms with it, we can experience feelings of joy so profound that people have written some really beautiful poetry about it and the lively feelings that come along with experiencing Loves Good Side. But what about the other side of love. You know the side that hurts. We’ve all felt the pains of heartbreak at some point in life. So the feeling is quite common.
Am I Afraid To Get My Heart Broken Again?
“Don’t give up. There are too many nay-sawyers out there who will try to discourage you. Don’t listen to them. The only one who can make you give up is yourself. “
I have heard people say that they gave up on love and won’t even go out anymore because of some really bad experiences. They consider that they are not compatible with whomever they’ve had feelings for. Sometimes you have to go through a broken heart but that doesn’t mean to accept those as an indication that you’ll never be in a serious relationship that you’ll receive an equal amount or more from a future love interest.
Do Others Affect Your Attitude Towards Love?
It’s up to you to decide whether or not you will let the negative words of others affect your attitude towards love. To love someone, not just to love but to love them unconditionally for is a choice that we make from moment to moment and from day to day.
Those who love without restrictions, conditions or debate are well aware that life is short to hate anyone. They choose to forgive easily and often. Even love that someone making them smile often and tries to do everything that makes them happy.
Furthermore, when a person truly loves someone, of course they’d miss them so much when they’re not around but just because someone left, doesn’t mean that happiness is gone. Happiness doesn’t depend on anybody or anything. It actually depends on no one but ourselves.
How Much Do You Love Yourself?
“There are two types of people in the world:
1. Those who wouldn’t mind to be sad with friends family and acquaintances.
2. Those who prefer to be sad alone.
When some people are sad, the tendency to never trust people from what they say, and only trusting them from what they do with this weakness. (Yes, sadness is a weakness). Everyone will experience sadness at some point in there life. If they say they haven’t they have not been truthful with themselves.
The questions here are…
How much do you love Yourself?
Can we really say who made an impact on our lives?
It’s not usually until later when we look back on our lives, years later to see who, in our lives that we can remember that we have completely forgotten.
The beauty of life doesn’t depend on how happy you were but it truly depends on how happy others were because of you.
Ever day Should be one of those good ol’ days you’ll be talking about someday in your future. So you should always do something that would make you smile when you look back on some later date.
You can ask yourself several questions like this and really find the answers you need. Writing the answers down or documenting in a journal will be just as sufficient. Questions like,
How much do you love your friends, church, spouse, boss, children, mother, father, parents, sister, brother, music, school even grandchildren?
All have answers. Everyone’s answers should be very different. Some people won’t fit in these categories but if you’re truthful with yourself, you can still place yourself into these categories and answer how would like see yourself if you were in these states of being.
The heart is more powerful than any other body part when it comes to being able to handle heart break. It may be delicate and age over time but it has the strength to bare our emotion burdens and the emotional burdens of many others, yet remain intact. What ever you do, don’t let your mind rule over your heart.
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By Linda Dawkins