Another Heart Break

20180122_202333.jpgThat day has come again when my heart gets ripped in pieces.

When you get comfortable with life and when you feel that you are in a decent place, not really thriving and fully enjoying life but somehow managing to stay sane in the rat race, something even more devastating hits you.

All this positive talk. All this self-growth. All this – go with the flow of life. All this and that…is just sometimes not enough to protect you from the pain of loss.

Loss is something that reaches the core of your being and just shreds you from within.

Of course, you survive and go on. You find a way. If you realize that life is just a flow of events and happiness depends on your choices to be happy and enjoy every moment, then things usually do not seem as dark as they would seem if you are stuck in the rat race.

However, loss of somebody you love is something that just cuts little pieces out of your heart and soul, makes you bleed, beats you down, sucks almost all positivity out of you.

With every loss, a small piece of your hearts dies off. How much a heart can take? Do you think that maybe at one point you will just find yourself empty and broken because every piece of your heart has been shattered and there is just nothing left?

Do you think that maybe there is a possibility of not being able to recover? Or do you think that no matter how much loss we experience, we can still find love within ourselves to keep going?

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About Dace

I am perfectly imperfect!

2 responses to “Another Heart Break”

  1. Barbara Franken says :

    It is in our loss we discover new parts of ourself… you can know you will get over this… but first one must grief well. Much love Barbara x

  2. Denise Hisey says :

    Sorry for your loss Dace. In my experience, the pain never goes away…but it does fade. First it is so raw it feels like death would be better, but over time the rawness gets a little layer of protection and it doesn’t hurt quite so badly. Eventually, the hurt is still visible but not so tender. The pain of loss is deep. I hope you have found some relief and healing since this time of loss.

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