Unconditional love does not expect anything and therefore immune to "heart broken- ness". You break your heart because you expected something. The first is outward bound, and like an oasis, it will never dry up.
The other is not exactly the opposite. It is quite normal. However, as any relationship, no matter how casual it is is a divine contract, then one must move on knowing that whatever the outcome was, it was the best that could happen at that moment in time. One must not blame oneself or the other.
Breathe through your mouth when the pain is really bad. Then get back into life and find somewhere useful to exert your energy. Sandra Busby
It really depends on the situation. If love was pure, there will be no regrets - only sadness. I guess in general, silence and a hug do better than a long talk. Time shall do the rest.
Take care of you, love you, exercise and realize that is part of your experience. Remember the good times later, leave the rest alone. Euh, let's go do some yoga and shopping, ok???
I would say it's another season of life, painful but with lessons to learn. I would say to express the emotions but not to hang in there too long. Life always brings new things and if we hang in the pain for too long, we are likely to miss the new things.
Best wishes for the new dawn.
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