When you’re going through it, it feels like you’ll be in it forever, like there is no way you will ever be able to go back to normal.
Love is a huge concept that’s impossible to quantify and it comes in many different forms.
You can love the wrong person very much but that doesn’t make them any less wrong for you.
For those of us who try to be kind and go the extra mile for others, the nice guy’s consistent outcome is really discouraging. ” A lot of guys seem to have this question as well. A nice guy’s kindness is an act, a facade he keeps for the purpose of making himself more appealing. He will be kind and helpful whether he is recognized or not. A nice guy handles rejection poorly, feeling that his good acts have been wasted on an “ungrateful” recipient.
In the end, many women want a good man…not a nice guy. But, a good man sees kindness as a lifestyle, and more importantly, it comes from his heart. A nice guy lacks confidence, so he needs validation, usually from women. He may feel insulted by the fact he didn’t get the girl he “deserves.” A good man handles rejection with grace.
If a relationship falls apart you may feel like you’ll never be able to love again — I know I felt this way for many years.
But then time will pass and you’ll meet someone and it will all just click and it will be seamless and effortless and you’ll wonder how you ever possibly could have though that what you felt before was the real thing. “Be patient and tough; someday this pain will be useful to you” -Ovid Going through a painful experience is never pleasant, but after time passes and all is said and done, most would agree that they can look back and see how going through that experience shaped them and helped them grow as a person. Loving someone who doesn’t love you is like waiting for a ship at the airport.” Waiting on someone to love you back is a huge waste of time, emotions, and energy. Don’t delude yourself into thinking that day will come when the “ship” magically arrives.
Even though heartbreak is pretty ubiquitous and an inevitable part of life for most of us, it can be the loneliest feeling in the world.
You feel like this pain is yours and yours alone and no one could ever possibly understand the depths of your suffering.
Even the worst relationships have moments of happiness and those serve as your lifeline.