Do you think heart break makes you a better person?

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Love has no definition but can only be described as an intense feeling without any limits. Different ways can be chosen to express love yet it has no specific goal other than giving happiness and showing care and seeking the companionship of the loved one.

When the understanding between the couple reduces and when they start questioning each other's integrity and love, or one cheats on the other person, then one of them has to face heart break.

Symptoms of heartbreak

Depression, loneliness, sadness, emptiness, anger, desire, guilt are all emotions that one experiences when one's heart breaks. An intense longing for the person and the past and unbearable pain are felt. The body becomes overwhelmed with stress and pressure is mounted on the heart by the stress hormones causing severe heartache.

Effects of heartbreak on the affected person

  • Loss of appetite

  • Depression

  • Loss of interest in any activities

  • Sleeplessness

  • Finds it difficult to concentrate on work

  • Withdraws from friends and family

  • Suffers from low esteem

  • Attempts at self-destructive behavior

  • Faces acute mental trauma or problem

  • Feels helpless and lonely

How to face heartbreak

If one understands the philosophy that life must go on come what may, then it becomes easier. The introspective approach towards the heartbreak will always help a person in learning more about himself. It always helps, in the long run, to come out of this heartbreak and in evolving into a better person.

Heartbreak can be survived if one's head is in the right place and one realizes that willpower is necessary to overcome any pain. It is also true that we cannot always get what we want, but with every experience in life you will become a better person.

  • Talk to friends about it when you feel low.

  • Try to keep yourself occupied by indulging in hobbies.

  • Give it time to heal and convince yourself that you will survive it.

  • Take long walks and do meditation or other de-stress programs.

  • Stay away from unhealthy and destructive activities like alcohol or drugs.

  • Seek a therapist or take expert counseling to treat yourself of depression and initiate self-confidence.

All said and done one must realize that if heart breaks are to be the end of one’s life then the world would have come to an end long ago. Surviving heart breaks and withstanding the trauma makes you a better person.

raja
Published on 08-Feb-2019 18:01:54
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