Heartbreak.


I used to live by thinking my life was perfect and heartbreaks didn't exist. But perfection is just a word everyone wishes and craves for. But Truthfully no matter how hard one tries, they will never achieve to be perfect. That word is a myth, and simply doesn't't exist. But heartbreak is a total different word, that sadly does exist. And can tear one person apart. The first time I had my heart broken, wasn't because of love but had to do with family. I grew up with my brothers, they were the only ones I really got along with in my family and the only ones I could talk too. My family used to be close. Then somewhere along the years, it got more difficult and things started falling apart with everyone. After my oldest brother moved out, we lost touch and we didn't't talk as much as we used to. But that just made me and my other brother closer. We talked everyday, and I looked up on him as a role model and even though he went out and partied and we would do our own things, I considered him one of my best friends. When he was in his senior year in high school, I would barely see him. And when I did, he was fighting with my mom and dad. Some nights were worse than others, like when he didn't come home. Or when him and my dad would fight so bad, he would just leave. I would stay up crying at night worrying about him. Then when graduation came around, it was to the point in my house where my parents were kicking him out, and where my dad stopped all communication with him completely. When he left it was hard on me. He left me alone for almost four years. That is when i truly felt heart break. Knowing that someone as close as a best friend, or a brother left but can still make the choice to fix things or at least come back, make an effort too see you is hard. Especially when it lasts three, almost four years. Yeah, things are resolved now, but things will never be the same with me and him. We will never be as close as we were.
fearless123 fearless123
18-21, F
4 Responses Jul 29, 2010

Yes, I understand how you must have felt but now you are mature enough to take the initiative and to defuse dangerous situations. By being kind and offering help and conciliation you can be a winner.<br />
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When unpleasant things happen, sometimes to you, just take note of them and nod them goodbye and move on. Do not brood over the problem but carry on life as normal and the unpleasant experience will fade in your memory.<br />
You are quite correct in thinking perfection is unattainable, however it is nice to know that it does exist and is there. Consider a block of stone, it is possible to carve a perfect statue or figure from the block as this figure is there inside, somewhere but no mortal can carve the stone to perfection.

Yes, I understand how you must have felt but now you are mature enough to take the initiative and to defuse dangerous situations. By being kind and offering help and conciliation you can be a winner.<br />
<br />
When unpleasant things happen, sometimes to you, just take note of them and nod them goodbye and move on. Do not brood over the problem but carry on life as normal and the unpleasant experience will fade in your memory.<br />
You are quite correct in thinking perfection is unattainable, however it is nice to know that it does exist and is there. Consider a block of stone, it is possible to carve a perfect statue or figure from the block as this figure is there inside, somewhere but no mortal can carve the stone to perfection.

sometimes the littlest thing in life changes something forever and there will be times when you wish you can go back to how things used to be, but you just can't because things have changed so much.<br />
"Change is the Unchangeable law of Nature"

Yes, i can understand how you must be feeling. Change is the only permanent thing in life. We have to learn to accept it and move on with life.