They said they loved you. Every one of them. But then, here you are as yet sticking on to the straggling leftovers of their nearness in your life, in solitude. You thought it’d keep going forever, you put in whatever you might, you be able to did things you never would and everything came slamming down one day. None of it made a difference. To get your heart broken is most likely one of the hardest things in life. Furthermore, the most exceedingly bad part is, you never truly heal from it, not generally. Yet, that is life. In the event that you generally knew how things would turn out, there’d be no motivation to live. Happiness lies in acceptance. And acceptance comes from letting go of what could be. Because if it really could be, it would be. But there’s a time for every lesson in life and nothing teaches you more about love than a heart break.
If you’ve just got your heart broken, accepting these 7 truths about love would make life a lot happier.
1. People may take you for-granted
Not everyone who loves you deserves you. And more importantly, not everyone who loves you, values you. It’s better to step away than to be taken for granted every day in a relationship.
2. Remember that it might be temporary
Just because it’s love, doesn’t mean it’s permanent. Sometimes, the greatest love-stories are also the shortest ones. It is never eternal, the stories are.
3. Be honest with yourself
Sometimes, people simply fall out of love. It’s not their fault. It’s just unfortunate. It will hurt. It always does, to be the one who still wants them, even make you feel foolish. But it isn’t always fair and you got to accept that. The best they could have done for you is to be honest with you.
4. It may be just an infatuation
You will never know if it was true love or just attraction. And you don’t need to. You may look back at those days and think it was just naivety, but if it made you go weak in the knees, if it made you feel that headrush like never before, it probably was love. You can’t define love. Love is in fact, what you can’t define. You change as you grow up and so does your idea of love.
5. The person you are with, may or may not be right one
We often mistake the perfect person for the right one. Yes, they’re different – the one we want to believe is right for us, and the one who actually is. And as unfortunate as it may sound, you can only tell the difference when you actually meet the right one.
6. You may not get exactly what you expect
Not everyone is going to love you as much as you love them. One person will always adore more than the other. And it sucks to be that one because the one who’s less invested calls the shots, always.
7. It may hurt your feelings
We don’t fear moving on because we think we cannot. We fear it because we know we can. We fear that one day none of this matter. And that’d hurt. So, we cling on to whatever of it because we’d rather hide in the ruins than build a whole city again.