Some people think that heartbreak is the worst feeling in the world. Many relationships have gone wrong, leaving more questions than answers. Why does it sometimes feel like a broken heart hurts worse than a broken bone? Do feelings really have that much of an impact on a person’s day-to-day life? There are a number of reasons why a relationship fails. Jealousy, attachment, detachment, selfishness, time, trust, communication, honesty, and acceptance are just a few reasons.
Do opposites really attract? Maybe at first. It’s hard to maintain a relationship when two people have absolutely nothing in common. It could be the simplest of things such as what type of movies you like or what to get for dinner to the most difficult of things
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You have to first be happy with yourself in order to be able to be happy with anybody else. It is not the end of the world. When you find yourself asking questions and looking for answers and getting more questions out of it it’s time to start looking forward in your life. You may not get the answers you’re looking for if any at all. You start to feel insecure about yourself. You stop going out with your friends. You start to think that nobody will understand what you’re going through. You don’t have any goals. Or you just stop believing that there isn’t anything out there for you to hold onto that has any meaning to your life.
Life isn’t about the what ifs or maybes or the destination, it’s about the journey and what you can overcome to make you a better person. It’s about setting goals and doing your best to succeed. There is nothing in life that you have to prove to anybody but yourself. Everybody is a unique individual that nobody else can compare to. If you felt that you couldn’t be yourself in a relationship then that’s something that needs to be reevaluated. You could look at a failed relationship as an obstacle in life that you have to overcome in order to become a better, stronger person.
Placing blame on a failed relationship and putting too much thought into the question Why?, isn’t really fair to either party involved. It is not necessarily one