7 Stages Of Heartbreak

7 Stages Of Heartbreak


Heartbreak is the cruelest thing in this world. If you have experienced, you may have felt the pain. If you have overcome this spectrum known as “Heartbreak,” you are brave.

I have learned that every heartbreak exposes some hidden talent within us.

When I got my first heartbreak, I realized I have writing talent in me, and I came so far that I have written 100 blog posts till now.

So heartbreaks are good sometimes.

It’s quite difficult to move on, but it’s not impossible. Heartbreaks teach you that eyes can lie too. Many singers & authors came into light after experiencing their heartbreak.

When you’ve hit rock bottom before and survived, there are very few things in life that can scare you.

Here are seven stages of heartbreak every guy/girl has to go through before they finally move on.

 

Confusion

stages of a breakupAt the start of the relationship, you get butterflies in your stomach, you feel like the whole world is in your hands and it’s all good. But, as the time passes by, you start realizing that some of your habits are not matching with theirs.

At first, you may compromise little things. But, if you are the only one to compromise again and again then that person is not good enough for you.

You may feel stuck or confused whether it’s worth holding on or not? I would say NO.

Compromise is healthy in a relationship, but too many compromises will make you feeble.

 

Denial

Sometimes I wonder I get ignored so much my name should be terms and condition. If your partner responds I’m busy, call me later”  then don’t disturb them again.
No one is busy it’s all about your priority on their list. In my case, I used to text her in the dawn, and she replied by Dusk.

Don’t lose yourself in the process of loving someone else too much.

I know it hurts giving someone the best of you and watching them choose someone else.

But you can move on, s/he is not the “only” fish in the sea.

Further Reading: 10 Things You Learn From Your First Heartbreak

 

Sadness

I know it’s tough. First, you care, then you get hurt. It makes you sad it makes you ask a question to yourself.

Am I not good enough? Am I not good looking?

The day you start asking these questions to yourself is the day you will lose yourself. And that is the most dangerous thing in the world.

Don’t let sadness surround you. If that person isn’t meant for you, then even a huge amount of care will not matter.

Further Reading: 6 Simple Tips To Overcome Loneliness

 

Jealousy

Stages of a HeartbreakJealousy is healthy in a relationship. It show’s that you actually love your partner. But everything in excess is dangerous.

We get jealous because deep inside we know what others are capable of doing. It’s not your fault, and you cannot do anything about it.

 

Anger

Millenials are like “I want to date someone,” but then they are like “I don’t know people suck.”

In my case, I was dumb with a big heart who gave more even if that person keeps on hurting me. Later I used to get angry at myself.

Why the hell is this happening to me?

But I understood that loving someone doesn’t mean that they will love you back.

I know it’s kinda shit thinking about these kinds of stuff, but it’s better than getting angry.

Further Reading: How to Calm The F Down when You Get Really Angry

 

Regret

From crying with broken toys to smiling with broken hearts, we all grew up. Some people aren’t meant to be together.

I lost you like a baby teeth, a part which I believe was mine forever.

Further Reading: 9 Life Lessons You Either Learn or Regret

 

Madness

7 stages of a heartbreakI was afraid to admit that you were just another lesson.

Don’t get mad at someone like they are are the only rare species left on this planet.

Sometimes no matter how much you care, how hard you try, you will never be good enough for one person whom you always wanted to give everything of yours.

At some point in time, you will find someone, who will like you without you even trying. They are real people who are worth holding on.

If love can’t give us a home when even the entire world banishes out, Is it even really love?


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Hi, I’m Caleb, a 22 (almost) years old ambivert. Either I prefer to talk less or go on blabbering endlessly. I write to vent my feelings, to discover myself, to escape reality. I write to be me.

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