Yep, never face to face though. She was my HS sweetheart of 5 years that left me for an older guy that was more established. That gave me the motivation to focus and concentrate on things that would make me more successful in life, i.e my Education. I think if things would have continued with her, she could have ended up pregnant (which is what happened to the other guy) and I would have probably not finished school and still been working at Red Lobster. So yes I do thank her almost everyday.
This where I said the other becomes the door to the divine.and if one could see this in all dimension of life,one is not far to reach the divine.It is always through the other that we reach but the other is the problem to encounter.
that must be done once in lifetime- because u realise that wothout that breaking u wouldn't be what u r now - :)
That is so good question. Nothing was wrong- broken heart is small emotional trauma. trauma chnages who you r because it shakes the core of your being, your trust, yoor beliefs- that way you have to options- to become broken, or to become stronger- just by going through it. And if you take the best out of it - you can reach far more of your potentials.
Sounds stupid , but trust me- me too ;)
I can only do a philosophic "yes". On the advice of a mentor years ago I determined to not have regrets, only learn from the road I've travelled and what I've seen. So, with my share of broken hearts, I've arrived at this place, now. So I'm thankful about that. But I've never been thankful to have my heartbroken, certainly not at the time. My eyesight just isn't that clear! But my hindsight... whoa... it's 20-20.<br />
To know the truth,I have to thank her.She become the door to the Divine
"So you ate everything around it and what you couldn't eat, you broke? Thanks! There's a nut inside." said the Apricot
In a way ..yes.....!!
I thanked him for opening my heart again.......yet he could not take it and make it his own....
My heart has yet to be shattered by anyone, and I'll be damned to let that happen. I'd probably never recover.
don't worry i heard it doesn't kill ;)
yes my ex wife....I got custody of my son at 3 weeks of age and raised him alone as a single parent ... best thing that ever happened to me