When your heart breaks
18 Things to Remember When Your Heart is Breaking
“Don’t cry when the sun is gone, because the tears won’t let you see the stars.”
— Violeta Parra
It’s a dull, subdued sensation, when your heart is breaking, like the muffled sound of a distant gunshot. It doesn’t physically pierce your skin or tear you to pieces, but the sensation is physically present – the paralyzing discomfort of realizing that something you took for granted is leaving for good.
Although it’s hard to accept at first, this is actually a good sign, having a broken heart. It means you have loved something, you have tried for something, and you have let life teach you.
Life will attempt to break you down sometimes; nothing and no one can completely protect you from this reality. Remaining alone and hiding from the world won’t either, for endless, stagnant solitude will also break you with unhealthy nostalgia and yearning.
You have to stand back up and put yourself out there again. Your heart is stronger than you realize. I’ve been there and I’ve seen heartbreak through to the other side. It takes time and patience.
Deep heartbreak is kind of like being lost in the woods – every direction leads to nowhere at first. When you are standing in a forest of darkness, you cannot see any light that could ever lead you home. But if you wait for the sun to rise again, and listen when someone assures you that they themselves have stood in that same dark place, and have since moved forward with their life, oftentimes this will bring the hope that’s needed.
It’s so hard to give you advice when you’ve got a broken heart, but some words can heal, and this is my attempt to give you hope. You are stronger than you know!
- The genuine, loving emotion that breaks your heart is oftentimes the same emotion that will heal it, gradually, over time.
- The person you liked or loved in the past, who treated you like dirt repeatedly, has nothing intellectually or spiritually to offer you in the present moment, but more headaches and heartache.
- You can mull it over and obsess and obsess about how things turned out – what you did wrong or should have done differently – but there’s no point. It will NOT change anything right now!
- Some chapters in our lives have to close without closure. There’s no point in losing yourself by trying to hold on to what’s not meant to stay.
- Seven letters. Two words. One saying. It can either cut you open to the core and leave you in horrific pain, or it can free your heart and soul and lift an incredible weight off your shoulders. The saying is: It’s over!
- When you don’t get what you want, sometimes it’s necessary preparation, and other times it’s necessary protection. But the time is never wasted. It’s a step on your journey. (Read The Road Less Traveled.)
- Someday you’re going look back on this time in your life as such an important time of grieving and growing. You will see that you were in mourning and your heart was breaking, but your life was changing.
- Transitions in life are the perfect opportunity to let go of one situation to embrace something even better coming your way.
- One of the hardest lessons to learn: You cannot change other people. Every interaction, rejection and heartbreaking lesson is an opportunity to change yourself only.
- Be determined to be positive. Understand that the greater part of your misery or unhappiness from this point forward is determined not by your circumstances, but by your attitude.
- Life and God both have greater plans for you that don’t involve crying at night or believing that you’re broken.
- It’s always better to be alone than to be in bad company. And when you do decide to give someone a chance, do so because you’re truly better off with this person. Don’t do it just for the sake of not being alone.
- When someone rejects you it doesn’t mean you need to also reject yourself or think of yourself as less worthy. It doesn’t mean that nobody will ever want you anymore. Remember that there are billions of people in the world and only ONE person has rejected you. And it only hurts so bad right now because, to you, that one person’s opinion represented the opinion of the whole world. But that’s not the truth.
- Sometimes it takes a broken heart to shake you awake and help you see that you are worth so much more than you were settling for. (Marc and I discuss this in more detail in the “Self-Love” chapter of 1,000 Little Things Happy, Successful People Do Differently.)
- When you lose someone or something, don’t think of it as a loss, but as a gift that lightens your load so you can better travel the path meant for you.
- Anything that hurts you today only makes you stronger in the end.
- When all is said and done, grief is the price you pay for love. And it’s better to have loved, lost and learned, than to have never loved at all.
- A broken heart is just the growing pains necessary so that you can love more completely when the real thing comes along.
You are human and the human heart breaks sometimes. Don’t fight it – fight through it!
Give yourself a chance to love again, to feel again, and to live again.
You are alive and here to risk your heart by putting it into something you believe in, as many times as it takes. If you avoid taking this chance, one thing is certain, you will make it safely to the end, feeling empty and unfulfilled.
Don’t do that to yourself.
You deserve better.
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How to Get Over Heartbreak, According to Psychologists
This too shall pass.
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On a scale of 1 to torturous, getting your heart broken is a solid “absolutely awful.” Most of us have been there at some point, left wondering how to get over heartbreak. While there’s no surefire way to avoid a broken heart (unless you’re an unfeeling robot, of course), there is a way through it—even if, at the moment, you truly believe you’ll never be happy again.
Understanding how your mind works—and how to work it better—can be helpful after breaking up. “It’s important to understand that we humans come hardwired with the ability to experience pleasure from our intimate connections and pain form heartbreak,” says Nan Wise, PhD, a sex therapist, neuroscientist, relationship expert, and the author of Why Good Sex Matters: Understanding the Neuroscience of Pleasure for a Smarter, Happier, and More Purpose-Filled Life. “The oldest part of our brain, which we share with all mammals and many other animals, has a circuit of brain regions—the panic/grief/sadness system—that gets activated when we experience the loss of an important relationship.”
According to Dr. Wise, this means your body can very much feel the physical and emotional aftereffects of a breakup because our brains instinctually view relationships, and the resources they provide, as essential for survival. “When activated, this panic/grief/sadness system creates painful withdrawal-like symptoms: an ache in the heart, overwhelming sadness and despair, ruminations, regrets, and diminished enthusiasm for life,” explains Dr. Wise. “It is important to remember that heartbreak and subsequent grief are not pathological, but a normal part of being an emotional creature. It is just the dark side to our life-affirming ability to form loving, intimate connections.”
Here, Dr. Wise and other experts share advice for how to get over heartbreak.
1. Allow yourself to feel your feelings.
When somebody breaks up with you, you’re going to feel a flood of emotions, says Rebecca Hendrix, LMFT, a psychotherapist in New York City. “It’s a trauma. It’s a shock to your system.” And as with any type of emotional shock, “you want to be really gentle with yourself and you want to allow yourself to feel your feelings,” she says. After all, your feelings are there for a reason—they can help you move through difficult experiences, but only if you release them.
In the days following the breakup, allow yourself to cry and acknowledge that a breakup is like any other type of loss. With loss come five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. “You’re going to go through those in your own way, in your own time,” says Hendrix. And during the process, validate your feelings by saying things like “Why wouldn’t I feel like way?” and “Of course I’m experiencing this emotion.”
2. But don’tbecome your feelings.
Though it’s important to express your feelings, it’s also important to stop short of becoming them, says Hendrix. So if you feel sad, let yourself wallow for a certain amount of time—say, an hour. Cry, scream, yell, journal, do whatever you need to do to let your emotions flow freely, she says. But when those 60 minutes are up, stop and move on to something else.
3. Cut off communication with your ex.
There’s a scientific reason heartbreak hurts so much: You actually go through withdrawal-like symptoms after a breakup because the feel-good hormones you got from your partner are suddenly gone, says Elle Huerta, founder of Mend, an app and online community designed to help people post-breakup. “When your partner is no longer there, you start to crave those feel-good hormones,” she explains. “If you give in to this feeling and see your ex again, you’ll struggle to move forward and find yourself stuck months and maybe even years later.” (That’s why Mend promotes a 60-day “ex detox. ”)
Cutting off all contact in the beginning is healthy, agrees Hendrix. It allows you to break your attachment to your former partner. That said, there’s no hard-and-fast rule about contacting your ex, she says. Brief, occasional communication—like, “Hey, could we talk for a few minutes? I’m having a hard time with this”—could be okay. Just be cautious that those “innocent check-ins” don’t become a habit. “Every time you talk to them, you open up another energy tie between you, and your goal is to break those energetic ties, not to keep creating them,” says Hendrix.
4. Find a support system.
Call two or three people you really care about and let them know what you’re going through, says Hendrix: “A lot of people love you, and they want to support you, but often they don’t know how because you’re not telling them.”
Opening up to others may bring catharsis in return. “Most everyone has been on the receiving end of a breakup at one time or another, and commiserating with them, sharing experiences, getting counsel, being reminded you’re not alone, can be highly beneficial,” says Franklin A. Porter, PhD, a clinical psychologist in New York City.
Breaking a sweat may be the last thing you want to do when you’re wallowing, but trust: It can help just as much as watching those breakup movies, if not more. “The endorphins produced during exercise will help with the withdrawal symptoms post-breakup, and it also helps you build confidence in yourself,” says Huerta.
6. Try yoga or meditation.
If running on the treadmill isn’t your idea of how to get over someone, at least consider gentle movement activities like yoga or meditation. “Grief is experienced in the body,” says Dr. Wise. She suggests yoga to help your body release those emotions. “Grief is stressful and can temporarily dysregulate the autonomic nervous system, hence changes in your sleep, appetite, and concentration.” According to Dr. Wise, breath work—a big part of yoga and meditation practices—can help calm the activation of that system.
“Going through grief can be an opportunity to learn new wellness habits like the regular practice of yoga, mindfulness, exercise, and even honing the ability to create more resilience and resourcefulness,” she explains. “If you have challenges finding such a practice, consider using a HeartMath biofeedback device, which can help you reset your nervous system and decrease the adverse effects of stress.”
7. Remember what sucked.
A common response if you regret breaking up is to idealize the other person, says Hendrix. And while you don’t want to deny that there were good parts of your relationship, you also don’t want to fixate on them. To find the middle ground, write a list of all the negative aspects of your former partner or relationship and look at it on the reg. “This mental exercise helps counterbalance all the obsessive thinking you will probably be experiencing around what you miss about your ex and why they were so great—even if they weren’t,” says Huerta.
8. Take care of yourself.
All experts agree that taking care of yourself in the midst of heartbreak is key. Check in with yourself throughout the day, says Hendrix, and ask, What do I need? Maybe it’s a healthy salad, maybe it’s a hot bath, maybe it’s a phone call with a friend.
Also, know that feelings of rejection and diminished self-worth could trigger unhealthy responses like over- or undereating or substance abuse, which could lead to a depressive spiral, says Dr. Porter. “Exercise, nutrition, and proper sleep will raise the floor on how bad you feel,” he adds.
9. Don’t judge the length of your healing process.
“Don’t equate the time of healing with the time of your relationship,” says Hendrix. Even “almost” relationships can cause enormous heartbreak, says Huerta.
“A lot of times people are like, ‘Well, I was only with them for six months. Why am I devastated?’” says Hendrix. “Because you fell for them in six months and you’ve gotten super attached and you started spending every day and night together for a while. Your six months is like somebody else’s two years. So whatever you feel, honor that.” In truth, how long it takes to get over an ex depends on a variety of factors, including the narrative you tell yourself.
10. Don’t internalize the breakup.
In the aftermath of a difficult split, Dr. Porter says, avoid thinking, I’m not good enough—there’s something wrong with me. Instead, situate the problem in the relationship (if not in your partner), he says.
11. Identify and eliminate unhealthy behaviors.
Try to understand any impulses you may be having, like texting your ex, checking their Instagram every hour, or replaying every damn detail of your last weekend together. These urges are part of the natural withdrawal process that happens after heartbreak, but don’t let yourself overindulge in obsessive behaviors (like analyzing every aspect of your relationship until 4 a.m.), says Hendrix. If you find yourself spending significant time in this frame of mind, it might be wise to reach out to a coach or therapist for support.
12. Create new routines.
Realize that the breakup is likely going to cause voids in your life. Say you and your ex always went to the movies every Friday, says Hendrix. Now your Friday nights are wide open, but instead of wallowing alone, proactively call your friends and make plans.
13. Explore old—and new—interests.
Say you really enjoy the outdoors, but your ex didn’t, so while you were together, you cut back on your weekend hiking habit. Now that you’re single, give yourself permission to reconnect with that interest and also explore new hobbies. “The universe meets us at the point of action, and if we’re trying to heal, we have to take steps to heal,” says Hendrix.
Take intentional steps to move forward with your life, like joining a new gym, signing up for pottery class, or booking a trip with friends.
14. Accept that closure is something you may need to find on your own.
Sometimes you’re not going to get the closure you need from your ex, and you’ll have to find it on your own. If your former partner couldn’t explain the reason for the breakup, create your own healthy narrative. And if that isn’t enough to provide closure, consider talking with a therapist about how to heal a broken heart, says Hendrix.
Also, if your breakup triggers thoughts and feelings about other losses in your life and you’re having a hard time processing it all, definitely seek outside help.
15. If you decide to date, do so cautiously.
After getting your heart trampled, it can be tempting to instantly download a dating app and search for a rebound. But Hendrix warns against dating too soon after heartbreak. “You don’t want to push yourself before it’s time just to avoid feeling your feelings because, most likely, they’re going to come back to bite you,” she says. At the same time, reentering the dating scene could provide a healthy confidence boost for your bruised ego. Just be honest with yourself—and the people you’re dating—about where you’re at emotionally, she says. If you’re not fully over your ex and simply looking for a fun fling, say so.
16. Trust that the pain won’t last forever.
“However much pain you’re experiencing, try to believe that ‘this, too, shall pass,’ and have faith that on any given day, you could meet your special someone who’s truly right for you,” says Dr. Porter. When you’re in the thick of heartbreak, it can be hard to imagine that you could ever feel otherwise. But “time does tend to heal most, if not all wounds,” says Dr. Porter.
17. Down the road, reflect on the positive things.
In the long run, the breakup shouldn’t taint the whole relationship, says Dr. Porter. “As the pain subsides, consider the good you got out of it, embrace the excitement of new possibilities, and remind yourself how awesome you are.”
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25 signs that your heart is breaking * and how to get over it * / Love sofa
It can be terrifying to feel that your heart is breaking. Here are the signs that you're caring for a broken heart - and how to fix it.
Everyone experiences grief at some point in their life. At the time, it seems to be the most terrible thing in the world. The signs of a broken heart are both physical and mental, and some of them really surprise you. Knowing that your heart is breaking is the first step you need to take to fix it again..
Signs of a Broken Heart
Let's look at the signs that your heart is breaking and how you can start making things better again.
# 1 You can't stop crying. We've all been there. From the moment you wake up to the moment you go to bed, you can't stop crying. Every time you think you're about to regain control, something else pushes you back again. Crying is a perfectly normal part of a broken heart and is a good way to get rid of pain and pain..
# 2 Your chest hurts. Often people who suffer from a broken heart feel like someone is sitting on their chest, or they have sharp pains in their chest where their heart is. It can be very scary. Usually it's just emotional stress and nothing to worry about.
# 3 You can't sleep. Lying at night thinking about the person who broke your heart. And constantly replaying your breakup or last conversations to the point where you just can't sleep is a common sign that your heart is breaking. Fatigue makes us feel more emotional. nine0005
# 4 You can't eat. Quit eating during parting very often. Many people tend to lose weight from stress and get frustrated by it all.
# 5 You feel your breath. Often people who suffer from heartbreak are so agitated that they feel as if they cannot catch their breath. This may be another sign to worry about, but it will go away as soon as you feel better again.
# 6 You are easily distracted. nine0008 Can't concentrate? If your mind keeps wandering and you can't focus because of the thoughts running around your head, it's because of your broken heart.
# 7 You forgot what you were saying. Do you start a sentence and then just stop talking? This again is simply because you think so many thoughts and feel so many emotions that it's hard to keep your brain in your mouth!
# 8 You can't get this person out of your head. If you feel like your heart is breaking, it's no wonder that most of your thoughts are on the person who hurt you so much. Slowly but surely, you will stop thinking about them so much and find that more and more time goes by when you don't think about them at all..
# 9 You are constantly trying to figure out what went wrong. Thinking about all the details of your past relationships is completely normal. You'll be going through every sentence, every word, trying to figure out exactly what went wrong.
#10 You blame yourself. Feeling overwhelmed and frustrated, it's easy to start losing confidence and blaming yourself for the breakup. Try to remember that relationships rarely break down just because of the actions of one person. Besides, blaming yourself won't help anyone. nine0005
# 11 That's all you're talking about. If you've gotten to the point where your friends start rolling their eyes every time you bring up "know who", it might be time to try talking about something else. It's hard when you're heartbroken, but sometimes you have to move on.
# 12 You feel dizzy. Another physical sign of a broken heart is dizziness. If you experience a slight hesitation from time to time, then it is probably just stress. nine0005
# 13 You feel weak. Feeling like you might pass out can be very scary, but if it's because of a broken heart, there's nothing to worry about. Just make sure you eat enough, even if it's hard. Drink plenty of water and relax!
# 14 You eat comfortably. While some people stop eating, comfort food can be another classic sign of grief! A box of ice cream for anyone?
# 15 You have panic attacks. nine0008 Panic attacks cover many of the physical symptoms described above and many more. Panic attacks are very common when you're feeling stressed, so if you're experiencing them, try to figure out what your triggers are and start gentle exercise, meditation, and try to eat healthy. Stay away from booze too!
# 16 You feel bad. Feeling sick is another common side effect when your heart is breaking. This again is related to emotional stress and will pass as your heart begins to heal. nine0005
A few tips for the brokenhearted
#1 Give it time. Well, it may be obvious, but the best thing for a broken heart is time. The more time passes, the less pain you will feel. Before long, you may even be wondering what the fuss was all about?!
# 2 Hang out with friends. Distract yourself by surrounding yourself with all your best friends - they will take care of you no matter what.
#3 Get rid of memories. Hanging on memory, messages and photos will only complicate the situation. Be brave, clear all these memories. You will feel much more ready to move on.
#4 Focus on yourself. Take the time to step back and really think about how you are doing. Make time for yourself, pamper yourself, and above all, be kind to yourself. The more you love yourself, the better you will feel. nine0005
# 5 Get ready. There's nothing better than going to the gym to get those endorphins flowing and give you a positive vibe, so what are you waiting for??!
# 6 Do what you always wanted to do. Don't let anything hold you back anymore. Now is your time to do what you always wanted to do. You have no one to answer but yourself. How cool is that?
# 7 Do things that scare you. Get out of your comfort zone and challenge yourself. You will be surprised at how amazing you feel and how proud you will be. nine0005
# 8 Success. Make some targets and then go for them for the hell of a skin. When you reach them, you will realize that the person who broke your heart was the one who kept you from standing on top of the world.
# 9 Meet someone else. When you get back to your confident, ass-banged best, go out and find that special person who knows how to treat you right and make you happier than ever!
Caring for a broken heart does seem like the worst time of your life, but remember that it's incredibly rare not to get over it. If you're suffering from any of the signs that your heart is breaking, try to focus on how to heal your broken heart and you'll soon feel better in time - I promise!
110 short heartbreak quotes with meaning
Below you will find 110 short heartbreak quotes with meaning.
… physical pain distracts from a broken heart. Erica Leonard James
Chocolate can heal even a broken heart.
Just because you broke up with her doesn't mean your heart isn't broken.
Why can't you mercilessly kill people who ruthlessly crush your heart? Stace Kramer
Better to live with a broken heart than with your eyes closed. Alexandra Bulgakova
If there is a heart, there will be fragments. Piotr Kwiatkowski
A broken crystal vase can probably be glued together - a broken heart can never be renewed! Piotr Kwiatkowski
And then something inside her clicked, as if broken, cracked from stress. Either her heart broke, or someone pulled the trigger in her chest. .. Anika Vicious
Break their hearts, my pride and hope, break their hearts without pity! Charles Dickens
If you break one heart once, the heart will understand.
The heart cannot be glued or sewn together - it is a living organ. Physical torments are less sophisticated than moral ones.
I want to be small again, because broken knees heal much faster than a broken heart!! nine0005
The soul is broken, the heart is shattered - this is the pain for which no cure has yet been invented.
As one wise man said: “it breaks where it is weaker”. But the heart breaks from unrequited love.
The scar on the arm will heal, of course. And the scar on the heart simply will not be noticed...
Love is something that can break a heart, and also the only one who can glue its fragments back together.
A broken heart can be glued together, but it will not beat, and it will remain motionless as a monument to pain and sadness. nine0005
The joy of communication can also heal a broken heart.
Only the one whose heart has been broken by love can write about love without embellishment.
A broken heart cannot be swept away with a broom.
Broken heart, tears in my eyes, emptiness in my soul, and only on my lips the words “Come back… I love you…”
My heart broke again, tired of collecting and gluing… let everyone go through the pieces and cut themselves.
Sometimes a broken heart is a lesson. And the best thing we can do is learn the lessons. Jon Voight
When you loved someone unconditionally and lost that love, you leave an incurable wound, a sad and broken heart, a permanent void.
I acted like it was irrelevant when in fact my heart was torn apart.
The heart was made to be broken. Oscar Wilde
He strikes the body and heals, but it damages the heart and the wound lasts a lifetime.
A broken heart bleeds with tears.
You didn't just cheat on me, you cheated on us, you didn't just break my heart, you broke our future. nine0005
I wish I was a little boy again, because bad knees are easier to heal than a broken heart.
Although a broken heart hurts for a long time, much longer than a broken arm, it heals much, much faster. Andrzej Sapkowski
I don't blame you for breaking your heart, I despise you for trampling on the pieces.
The best way to forget your broken heart is vodka and another woman.
A heart not broken by love is not yet a heart. Frederic Begbeder
I didn't give you my heart to break it.
Once a broken heart, in the future it is hard to trust people.
Those who have broken hearts in the past and in the future can feel it for themselves.
Hearts are very vulnerable, do not break them needlessly.
As one wise man said: “it breaks where it is weaker”. But the heart breaks from unrequited love.
To break a heart means to deeply hurt the soul.
You know what's worse than a broken heart? Loneliness. nine0005
Love is love, no spell can heal a broken heart or destroy the heart's ability to love forever.
Even the most broken heart can be healed. Even the most broken...
An offended woman is very dangerous. And a broken heart is often too cruel.
A broken heart is more likely to heal with flattery than pitiful babble.
A broken heart is a good sign. A sign that you've at least tried to love someone.
There is beauty in a broken heart. When only fragments remain in your hands ... You can decide which pieces you really need, and which ones you just like. nine0005
When you break someone's heart, don't say they don't have a soul. After all, he no longer has a heart, nothing will prevent him from becoming soulless.
You know what happens when you let people into your heart. They break it and go away.
People learned how to break hearts much earlier, before they learned how to split atomic nuclei.
The human heart cannot be broken. It just looks like it's broken. In fact, the soul suffers. But the soul has enough strength, and if you want, you can resurrect it. Henry Miller
I know what it's like to be heartbroken. After that, it is not easy to recover. Sometimes it doesn't work at all.
It's never too late to mend a broken heart!
The combination of stress and a broken heart can cause irreparable damage to peace of mind, but, God, how beneficial it is for the figure. Jojo Moyes
Only those we love break hearts.
A heart like glass, once broken, will not be perfect.
Hearts are meant to be broken, and minds are meant to change hasty decisions, praise the Lord. nine0005
You know, that's what happens with first love. The heart broke and it will never be glued together again.
Your heart is broken, and your head is splitting…
But be careful! Love is a weapon, and the most dangerous of all. The pain from a wound inflicted by a broken sword is not so terrible as the pain of a broken heart is unbearable.
Hearts are very vulnerable, do not break them needlessly.
– What about health? - Broken heart.
And with his heart, like a doll playing, he broke his heart like a doll ...
I stopped believing in people and my broken heart.
We hide a bad mood behind smiles, a broken heart behind a beautiful appearance, but inside there is just pain.
When the love boat cracked and one of the "broken hearts" bleeds, the other often turns into a piranha.
If love breaks hearts, perhaps it is godless, sinful and criminal.
The symptoms of a broken heart are very distressing.
A disgusting rule of life - they break your heart into small pieces, and then you spit in the face of everyone who loves you or achieves you. nine0005
As needles fall from a Christmas tree, love fragments fly from a broken heart.
Strange how many hearts have to break before the years become wise.
Hearts break. Yes, hearts can break. Sometimes I think it would be better if we died when they died and we didn't. Stephen King
No matter how broken your heart is, the world doesn't stop because of your grief. Faraaz Kazi
You know you really love someone when you can't blame them for breaking their heart. nine0005
When a heart breaks, it is not as loud as when a bomb explodes. Sometimes it can be as quiet as the fall of a feather. And the most painful thing is that no one listens to him but you.
It is difficult to let new love into a broken heart.
A broken heart is like a wounded bird - it lives, but it can no longer soar.
Heart and soul are inalienable things. When the heart breaks, the soul also breaks.
A broken heart is when emotional experiences go off scale. nine0005
The soul is broken, the heart is shattered - this is the pain for which no cure has yet been invented.
Friends can also break your heart…
Maybe “cracks in the heart” sounds pompous, but that's how I imagine everything: the hard shell of the heart, and there are cracks on it, which increase over the years.
I wonder how the heart sounds when it breaks. Perhaps not at all - not attracting the attention of the audience, not a dramatic sound at all. Like a swallow, exhausted, quietly falls to the ground. nine0005
Why, when we accidentally prick our finger, we abruptly remove it. And when our hearts are broken, we are only more drawn to this person.
Breaking a heart is easy, but hard to win.
Living with a broken heart is like living half dead, which is not the same as being half alive. Half dead is half dead. This is not life.
It is better to have a heart of stone than a living one, but broken to pieces.
We often give a new chance to those who do not deserve it, and break the hearts of those who dream of getting just one! nine0005
Every broken heart pays with a crack in your own.
To confess one's love and immediately betray... True cruelty is always impressive. I just robbed him of his prey, and you broke his heart.
When you sit at the helm, love gives you strength. For her sake, you seek to return alive. And a broken heart will not give you strength...
This world will only break your heart.
I would give you my love even if all I got was a broken heart. nine0005
Take your broken heart and turn it into art.
You know that she came to break your heart, but when excited by her, you fall in love again...
I can never forget the feeling of a broken heart, but let this be a lesson for me.
No one even suspects that I am the bearer of a broken heart, the fragments of which still cut me from the inside at every mention of you.
A heart full of love cannot be broken.
If it were possible to collect fragments of broken hearts and build a temple out of them, then it would be difficult to find a better place for consolation in moments of grief and despair. nine0005
Psychopaths are social predators who pave the way through life with charm, manipulation and ruthlessness, leaving broken hearts, deceived hopes and empty wallets in their wake.