Story of broken heart and the events those helped me collect the beautiful pieces of my heart.
…...... Me who I am can't think what happened last night. Ooh my head is killing me; may be had too much of alcohol!!
No don't leave me please don't leave me; why I was shouting these words.
Becky where are you? Are you there in the kitchen?
Why I have tears coming out of my eyes? May be Becky is still here she hasn’t left me. Let me have a look around in the house. Aargh hit my knee in the chair; reminded me Becky's words (I don't love you any more) hit my heart before she left last night.
With a little change in perspective, it becomes something to be truly grateful for.
I was telling a friend about my blog recently, and while I was explaining why I’m so passionate about wanting to help women out there to avoid the heartbreak that I experienced during my single days, I had an epiphany. About all that heartbreak. I realized it’s actually a gift.
You heard me right. A gift.
Something to be cherished. Something to be happy about.
Love is the most powerful emotion a human being can feel. It is an antecedent to a plethora of emotions stemming from wonder to despair. When relationships end, the person left behind will always wonder to themselves, “Didn’t I once know you?” especially if their heart was shattered.
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A few inconvenient truths about men and cheating. Disclaimer: This is from a very male perspective.
Cheating has been analyzed through a never ending stream of expert opinions and "why men cheat" books and articles. Overwhelmingly, the barrage of cheat-lit takes the much needed stance of helping women either demonize or empathize in addition to ensuring women that there's something that can be done to prevent a man from cheating. Not this article.