It's okay to make mistakes, but when you come across the right person, you'll realize that they're going to love you in every possible way!
Most of us have experienced heartbreak at some point; it's devastating. It tears you apart and leaves you feeling empty. We give them our heart and soul and they take it, crush it, stamp on it, and give it back to us. We're then left trying to straighten it out so that it can function as a whole again, but there's always going to be that one crease that makes us doubt our every move.
It's just hard to trust someone else again, especially after the experience you've had. It's just so disappointing knowing that the relationship you put all your time and effort in, the one you were sincerely hoping would work out, has gone to waste.
What's gone is gone, and holding on to the past hurts no one but you. It's natural to feel that way and to regret what happened, but honestly, it's nothing but a waste of time and energy.
Didn't you know this wasn't going to last? Don't lie to yourself and say you did not see the red flags. You saw them and you chose to ignore them. You thought by doing that, things would fall in place and it would end well, but life seemed to have other plans for you.
The thing is, it was a great relationship in the beginning, but slowly it seemed to get worse. Somehow, the man who always made sure you were happy seemed to have no time for you. The things they found cute now began to annoy them. But, don't blame yourself for it because you know you gave it your best. The thing is, it takes two to maintain a relationship. Only one person can't keep wanting to work things out.
I know you've spent time wondering if things ended badly because of something you did wrong because they sure did make it seem like a herculean task to love you. The truth is, they're the ones with problems, not you.
If they treated you like you were not important, they're the ones with a narcissistic personality disorder. They feel like they need to be worshipped at all times since they walk around with an inflated sense of self-importance.
Heartbreak hurts, but it is not the end of the world. It also doesn't mean that true love doesn't exist. What's meant to be will always find a way. Yes, you will take time to heal and nurse your broken heart.
Spend time with your friends and family, confide in them when you feel low, lean on them for support, and bounce back to being yourself. The best way to get over an unhealthy relationship is by keeping happy.
We sometimes find the love of our life after we've had the worst experience of our life, in terms of love. It's like the world is sending us a sign, a soul to help us heal because sometimes it gets really hard to deal with it alone.
Even if you shut the door on their face, your true love will stick around because that's who you're meant to be with. As time passes, you'll realize they're not someone that's going to give up on you that easily, or walk away when the going gets tough.
They'll stand by you when you have your mood swings, and they'll be so patient with you and let you deal with the demons in your own time. They've come to stay and no matter what you do, they won't leave, that's for sure.
Soon enough, you'll begin to realize that he's the one and you'll feel a connection. Soulmates always recognize one another. He will always treat you right, he will value and respect you, which will make you see the stark difference between permanent and temporary people.
He'll always be there to help you up when you fall and encourage you when you're about to leap into success. He will never make you doubt yourself, but he will always strive to make sure you have a smile on your face.
They will never bring your insecurities up, and if they do, it's only to let you know that they love you, irrespective of those flaws. It's okay to make mistakes, but when you come across the right person, you'll realize that they're going to love you in every possible way!