The effect of a broken heart and healing

Bamiseyi By Bamiseyi, 30th Jul 2018 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/c0_q6r20/
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Its all about the effect of broken on an individual and how to heal from it.

The healing of a broken heart

Wounded love: This is true that love wields a magic, sovereign, absolute, and tyrannical power over both the body and the mind when it is given control. It often, in case of disappointment, works havoc and deal with death blows to its victims, and leaves many in that morbid mental condition which no life tonics simply can restore. Wounded love may be the result of the hasty and indiscreet conduct of young people, or the outgrowth of lust, or the result of domestic infidelity and discord.
Fatal effects: The cemeteries have received within the cold shadows of the grave, thousands and thousands of victims that annually die from the results of “broken hearts.” It is no doubt a fact that love troubles have cause more disorders of the heart than everything else combined.
Disrupted love: It has long been known that dogs, birds, and even horses when separated from their companions or friends, have pined away died, so it is not strange that man with his higher intuitive ideas of affection should suffer from love when suddenly disrupted.
Crucifying love: Painful love feelings strike right to the heart, and the breaking up of love that cannot be consummated in marriage is sometimes allowed to crucify the affections. There is no doubt that the suffering from disappointed love is often deeper and more intense than meeting death itself.
Healing: The paralyzing and agonizing consequences of ruptured love can only be remedied by diversion and society. Bring the mind into a state of patriotic independence with a full determination to blot out the past. Those who cannot bring into subordination, the pangs of disappointment in love are not strong characters, and invariably will suffer disappointments in almost every department of life.
Disappointments in love mean rising above it, and conquering it, or demoralization, mental, physical and sexual.
Love runs mad: Love comes unbidden. A blind ungovernable impulse seems to hold sway in the passions of the affections. Love is blind and seems to completely subdue and conquer. It often comes like a clap of thunder from the sky, and when it falls, it falls flat, leaving only the ruins of a tornado behind.
• Bad, dismal, and blue feelings: Despondency breathes disease, and those who yield to it can neither work eat nor sleep, they only suffer. The spell-bound, fascinated, magnetized affections seem to deaden self-control and no doubt many suffering from love-sickness are totally helpless, they are beside themselves, irrational and wild.
Men and women of genius, influence, and education, all seem to suffer alike, but they do not yield alike to the subduing influence, some pine away and die, others rise above it, and are stronger and better for having been afflicted.
Rise above it: Cheer up, if you cannot think pleasurably over your misfortune, forgets it. You must do this or perish. Your power and influence are too much to blight by foolish and melancholic pining. Your own sense, your self-respect, your self-love, your love for others, command you not to spoil yourself by crying over “spilled milk.”
Retrieve your past lost: Are there not “as good fish in the sea as ever were caught?” and can you not catch them? Are there no other hearts on earth just as loving and lovely, and in every way as congenial? If circumstances had first turned you upon another, you would have felt about that one as now about this. Love depends far less on the party loved than on the loving one. Or is this the way either to retrieve your past loss, provide for the future? Is it not both unwise and self-destructive, and in every way calculated to render your case, present and prospective, still more hopeless?

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My name is Michael Ajewole, am a blogger and a writer. My writings are on Health and Relationship and creative writings.

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