This past year, I finally realized that the future can not be manipulated, bent and twisted to one's own desires...The future just happens, and all we can do is to believe that the future holds great things for each and everyone of us and accept it with gratitude when it unfolds....
After years of suffering one broken heart after another, I finally found my Mr. Right and got married last year. Before I got married, I literally spend every single moment of my life pondering the reasons for all of my failed relationships, as well as lamenting over each and every one of my miserable broken hearts. Then, all of a sudden, my soul mate appeared and he is so much more than I can ever wished for and I am genuinely happier than ever right now.
My point is, broken hearts are good because they are signs for us to walk away from those that are not the correct match for us, and life will keep on throwing them at us until we learn our lessons and begin to accept the right people into our lives. It took me a long time to find my Mr. Right and it was a very rough road to get to where I am right now, but the most important thing is I am here now, and I can attest that there is always light at the end of the tunnel and I am a living proof.
I am genuinely grateful for all that I have right now, and I even feel gratitude towards the harsh circumstances in the past that tested my courage and enabled me to recognize good times when they arrive in my life. Life is not supposed to be easy, and we all need to be courageous and make the best out of the short time we are here. Everyone have their fair share of obstacles in life, but really, at the end of it all, life is fair.
Just a couple of years ago I suffered a miscarriage with a man I was about to marry when I found out he lead a double life with another woman. At the same time I had an acute asthma attack, was hospitalized and almost lost my life. I had given up everything I knew to elope with this man and when this devastation happened, I thought it was the end of the world. But yet, time healed everything and this experience passed like everything else would. How lucky I was that this man cheated on me, because he was never the right person for me, and that his actions enabled me to continue on my life’s path and eventually reached my true destination with my current husband Allan.
Sometimes it is easy to lose faith and think that things will never get better but this is very far from the truth. Things happen for different reasons and they become dots that connect our life together. Everything happens at the right time and we need to be patient and be ready to welcome happiness into our arms with gratitude when the right time comes.
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A broken heart (or heartbreak) is a common metaphor used to describe the intense emotional pain or suffering one feels after losing a loved one, through death, divorce, breakup, moving, being rejected, or other means.
Heartbreak is usually associated with losing a family memeberspouse, though losing a parent, child, pet, or close friend can also "break one's heart". The phrase refers to the physical pain one may feel in the chest as a result of the loss. Although "heartbreak" is usually a metaphor, there is a condition - appropriately known as "broken heart syndrome" - where a traumatizing incident triggers the brain to distribute chemicals that weaken heart tissue.