Source: Heal Me From All This Sorrow
Isn't it amazing how you can keep up so much bottled up inside of you,
and you can just walk around and
nobody has an idea...
To anyone out there, I sincerely hope that these quotes will help you with your pain.
1. ‘Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.” - Alfred Lord Tennyson
- Everyone who has suffered from a broken heart at any time has heard this quote. Unfortunately it does not give comfort at the beginning, only years later will you realize its profoundness and value.
- When you understand its true meaning, then you’ll know that you’ve overcome your break up or divorce.
- If you can let go, you will receive.
- There is no moving on without forgiveness, and more importantly: there is no new beginning while carrying “old emotional baggage”.
- Experiencing the negative emotions is part of life. Only if we are able to go through them with our full consciousness can we also appreciate and benefit from the positive ones.
5. “Relationships are like glass. Sometimes it’s better to leave them broken than try to hurt yourself putting it back together.” - unknown
- Sometimes relationships can’t be fixed. That is when it’s better to move on. Sad, but very often true.
- Only when you are able to completely detach yourself, can you be free. After a break up, and elsewhere in life. Be a leaf floating in a river, not knowing where it might take you. This is true freedom.
- Acceptance is one important step in healing from a break up. This is part of the painful first phase.
- This is actually some great break up advice in two ways: first you are not being needy in front of your Ex, you demonstrate strength and your Ex may wonder if s/he has made the right decision.
- Also, constant smiling despite the fact that you feel terrible is a great way “to trick” your mind. By smiling, the body sends signals to the mind that you are happy, even if you are not. Eventually the mind WILL accept the state of the body.
9. “Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional.” - M. Kathleen Casey
- It means that you have the choice to accept the pain and not allow it to turn into suffering.
- One of the main reasons that mental pain turns into suffering is continual mental reasoning. We can break that vicious cycle by learning to control our thoughts.
- It is a great accomplishment to realize that we loved a concept, a picture we had in our minds, rather than the person himself. When we break up, it’s this concept we miss, and what causes the pain is the failure of the same.
Taken from : Lovesagame.com