How do you heal a broken heart?

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  1. profile image51
    chazzap1posted 7 years ago

    How do you heal a broken heart?

    How do I mend my broken heart?
    I broke up with my boyfriend yesterday after a short yet important relationship.
    We work together which makes it even harder.  We both started working at the same company within days of each other 2 years ago and clicked straight away.  We became friends and when he broke up with his girlfriend started seeing each other on/off.  This worked for a while but there was complications as we were friends.  I started to find that I was getting hurt as for various reasons we weren't getting together properly and decided we needed to call it a day.  I thought I was gett

  2. Tony DeLorger profile image78
    Tony DeLorgerposted 7 years ago

    Relationships are rarely about longevity and more about what we need at the time, to learn and hopefully move forward. Some relationships seem perfect and suddenly they fall apart, people having changed direction. Time heals all things. In the meantime look back on what you had and realise why you shared what you shared. It is often a revelation when you can look at it objectively. There's a great Irish saying- 'what's for you can't pass by you.' A lot of the pain caused by what we call heartbreak is the fact of change- something that we ultimately have to travel alone. Being strong alone then gives you the strength to choose to share life with someone rather than seek what you need at the time. Best wishes

  3. WillDigges profile image60
    WillDiggesposted 7 years ago

    what tony said, it will take time and comfort to heal a broken heart

  4. kknde profile image60
    kkndeposted 7 years ago

    I think that some good friends, time and comfort.
    But I underline friends, cause when you brake up, they are left for you and can make your pain bearable.
    Time is just to understand yourself...usually we fill betryed after braking up...I think that we should see what was good and leave what was bad.

 
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