Yes there is...If they should leave us, or if for some other reason we cannot be with them...
NO!!! In true love there is no HEARTBREAK. A broken heart means broken demands, broken expectations, broken hopes etc. How can love break..?? Love cannot break. Can water break..? Water is fluid. Love is fluid. It can never break.
yes, there could be a break of ones heart. This comes when ones love is cheated on and when one is decieved that he or she gave every thing for love only to discover it was a deceit. Then one's heart can be broken.
See I don't think there is.
I don't think it's heartbreak, more to say, but your heart adjusting to that person's discisions. Because if you truely are in love with someone you are willing to undergo pain to accept their decisions, becase you'd do anything for them.
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