I'm a NURSE. A hopeless romantic person. Waiting for MR. RIGHT to come along at the right time and place. I have passion for culinary and arts. Love travels and adventures. And most of all PHOTOGRAPHY interests me much!
Being hurt by someone you love is the worst thing that can happen to a person. If you love someone and your beloved hurts you, then you will be left broken, rejected and depressed. It really hurts you to the core, when your beloved hurts you in some ways or the other. The worst way in which your beloved can possibly be hurt is when your beloved calls it quits and ends the relationship.
A broken relationship is very hard to erase from one's mind and very difficult to deal with. One finds it hard to over come the memories of a broken relationship which was one going great guns. Being hurt by someone you love is something that you cannot easily deal with. It is difficult to get over the wounds of the heart. the only option you have is to nurse your wounds and let them heal with time. Time perhaps the best healer. In the words of Daphne Rae, "I have found the paradox, that if you love until it hurts, there can be no more hurt, only more love."
Always remember that when we lose someone we love, there will be pain in our hearts. But when there is pain, there will be strength and courage, and with that, there will always be the hope of finding someone who will love us and someone we can love even more. Sometimes we just have to control our feelings for someone. Truth is, our feelings doesn't know what's right or wrong. That's why our minds reason with us so there can be balance. Otherwise, we would always trip as we aimlessly follow what our hearts dictate. A relationship will always need trust and faith. Trust, so you could keep a relationship strong, and faith, so you can build a strong foundation of love that could weather all storms to make it last for as long as you wish to. A relationship is a two way street. It's never all your fault, nor is it all the fault of your partner. Both of you have to work together to make it work. And, remember, the best relationship is one in which your LOVE exceeds your NEEDS for each other.
Letting go of someone you love is hard, but holding on to someone who doesn't even feel the same is much harder. Remember that giving up doesn't mean you are weak. It only means that you are strong enough to let go of something that was never really yours in the first place. Live not on what your heart dictates but on what is right and sensible. There is still time to turn away from what is wrong. Remember, the true joy of living is not only in loving ourselves but in loving without hurting other people. Even with all the pain that comes with loving, we should never let our hearts wallow in anger. When love comes into our lives, be thankful. But when it leaves us, even if it's against our will, we should only be sorry or a while. There should be no room for our hatred to grow in our hearts. As it has always been said, we should embrace love when it comes knocking on our doors and willingly let go of it when it says goodbye. We shouldn't regret that we've lost it. Be thankful that for once in our lives it has dwelled in our hearts and made us happy.
If we pass on love today, there may never be a next day to show it and even if there's still a next day, there may never be someone to show it to. Love is never afraid. It should not hold you from showing someone how you feel. If it does, then it is not love. Loving someone with all our hearts isn't all that it takes to make a relationship last. Sometimes, even if we prove our worth in many ways, seen and unseen, we still cannot guarantee of permanence and loyalty in our relationships. Sometimes, loving someone means giving him/her the freedom to choose who and where he/she wants to be. This may be painful, but still be thankful, because the heartaches, the tears, the gloomy days and even the fruitless years helped you grow into a strong and wonderful person, not a bitter one.