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When we talk about heartbreak, it's not just about your partner, it can be related to your parents or anyone you love, even your friends.

But what after a heartbreak? Do you start questioning your self- worth? You let other people determine how you feel?

You may have anger and resentment building up inside you and you don’t know what to do with that. It feels like no matter what you do, whether you scream or cry a river or stay silent and sit in a corner, it’s all the same.

But the reality is, everything you worked hard for and everything that hurt you along the way helped you find you.

When things break, we all have a tendency to want to fix them. Heartache can be one of the hardest things to overcome in life. And none of us is immune to heartbreaks.

Never underestimate the power of suffering in your life, suffering makes you grow up. It gives you a moment to reflect on yourself. You need to stop lying to yourself or make a fool out of yourself only to accept something that is not good enough.

The Dalai Lama says, not getting what you want is a wonderful stroke of luck. There comes a point, though, when you have to put yourself first. You have to take those first steps toward making your own way, on your own terms. You have to know when to make your own heart the priority.

Although it may be tempting to numb your feelings, if they aren’t addressed, chances are they will catch up to you.

It’s okay to feel things that are uncomfortable because life isn’t always pleasant. It may be hard, but try to allow yourself to experience whatever feelings come up.

We all live in HOPE in order to feel content and hope just one day everything will fall into place, but hope can be incredibly destructive when your heart is broken. You have to be willing to let go, otherwise, your mind will feed on your hope and set you back.

People hurt each other, intentionally or unintentionally but all it takes is the ability to forgive. Forgiveness is the hardest part. But it’s also the most rewarding because it sets you free. Admitting that you are going through a hard time and finding friends and family who are willing to listen to your struggles can make a world of a difference.

When you let your pain inspire you to dig out your inner strength, your power, or your talent, You glow differently every time you grow out of your pain and find happiness again. So don’t stop appreciating the beauty in all that surrounds you, ever.

Remember, being heartbroken will always allow you to be your own true-self AGAIN because for the very first time in far too long, you’re honest with yourself.

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