In my experience, a lack of emotional fulfillment is usually the culprit. For me, it is most accurately described as a longing for someone or something. It is a natural and normal part of life. It is nearly always present after any emotional loss (break up, divorce, death, ...) Many people find relief in being around friends and relatives. Others, immerse themselves in a hobby. <br />
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Three areas of a persons life are usually the focal point for emptiness/longing. Career, family, and passion. When we are happy with our work, have a stable family situation, and have a passion we express (anything from stamp collecting to working to ending world hunger) we are largely satisfied. <br />
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You are young. At your age heart break is the norm. It is also normal, and unhealthy, to jump back into another relationship just to "have someone," or to fill the void. Statistically, you are over 95% likely to find a husband and have children. If you go to college, you are likely to have a satisfying career. And then there is your passion. The nice thing about a passion - especially a social one - is that it can easily support your emotional needs when the other areas of your life are lacking. <br />
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I would encourage you to put your attention and energies into something you love - your passion. The longing will soften with time, and (warning: cliche coming) when you are ready, the rest will come to you.<br />
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Wishing you the best of luck in your life journey.

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I feel the EXACT same way. I realate to everything you said and I'm not sure how to answer I just thought I'd let you know your not alone.

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heart is away from the stomach.. right?? !!!

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All the time.

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