I have noticed one thing that A person became a Lonely Soul after getting separated with the one He/She loved the most'. Sometimes Fed up from the outside world, Rude & Irritated also. Why don't they just let the past go and live happily?
If they really loved the person and have become permanently separated from them, they're going through a grief/loss stage; and that takes time.
I agree with Lisa Ma'am. Exactly my point that it takes time to get things back to normal but not everybody understood this. The person goes into his/her shell and doesn't want to talk or discuss anything which can be related to that particular topic. But some people keep asking and digging, That is very Annoying & Irritating.
Thanks Lisa Ma'am..
Of course one may feel very lonely and sad after separation from loved ones. But, it is also true that time will heal all these pains. Slowly they will overcome this and will be getting along with life whatever life has to offer. This period may differ from person to person. best way out is to love yourself, the most.
Yeah Time is the best Healer. It is because of the time and passing of the time we are able to come out of the most difficult days in our life and being able to happy in our life and being able to lead a happy life once again.
Thanks @Samivod & @Thumbi.
Separation is always hard when it comes to relationships. It doesn't matter if the relationship was bad or good, when it's over a person may still feel a sense of emptiness, they may feel sad, and they may even second guess behaviors leading up to the separation. I'm going through this at the moment. I've made the decision to separate from my husband. It's a tough decision, but to me it has to be done. I'm coping better because we're being civil to each other but at first, we continued to argue. He was angry, and hurt, and maybe he still is, but it was us splitting on bad terms that makes my stomach turn. I love my husband and always will, and hopefully this will only be temporary. Only God knows. I haven't left the house yet but he knows I'm moving out next month. I think lack of communication causes trauma. But there is life after separation, some people just don't know how to get their life back.
Hello Mrs.Nita! Feeling sad for you. God bless you with more Happiness in your Future. I like all the replies above. Thanks guys & keep the Thread going.
I want some more advice.
I would say the world can be a harsh place without love in your life. When a split happens you are thrown back into this reality.
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