How Do You Fix A Broken Heart?

By accepting to yourself that you’re still in loved with the person who broke your heart.

Sometimes we force ourselves to forget and fall in love with the next person we don’t really love – just to get even. At the end of the day you’ll still find yourself a loser because of the fact that you’re still in loved with the person who broke your heart – and that you can’t accept.

I just wished I had come to realization that early – implementing the above way on fixing a broken heart. I could’ve saved a gallon of tears back then.

During those years, I found myself forcing to like or worst “love” the next person. Just to show that I wasn’t affected by the previous break-up at all. But the truth was – I was completely devastated. Okay, maybe that was a strong word for that. My heart was completely broken. I’d always hoped that the next person would be able to fix it – forever. They actually did – for the first few days, months or years. But after that? The same thing happened again.

I should’ve accepted to myself that I wasn’t completely over the previous relationship. Then maybe…. maybe it would’ve been a easier for me to fix my broken heart.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Blogger since 2007 | Home-based Marketing Assistant | WAHM | Ex-OFW | Music enthusiast | Cactus and Succulent Hobbyist | A 41 y/o mom of two lovely girls sharing her adventures as she walks through motherhood and having to do most things on her own while her Indian national husband works miles away from home.

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10 Comments

  1. I totally agree mitch.. it takes time to heal a broken heart. It heals by itself I suppose.. there’s truth to the saying that goes, TIME HEAL ALL WOUNDS..

    Nice one.. hope you’re doing great..

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  2. we’re never more alive as when we have our hearts broken

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    my family moved to manila (and this is before your time) so , more than likely, we don’t know each other personally, but we probably know the same people.
    Some of the names I remember:
    Cabling (of course)- I know most of the Cabling kids, Floresca, Cortez, Sobrepena,Caluza,Padua,Antonio,Reyes,Mendoza,Pacete,Calica, Gaspar
    I’ve forgotten more than I remember.And some people I remember only the first names.
    Any of the above yours?
    Send me a personal e-mail so I can tell you more. I don’t want to talk about other people on the net.

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  3. I just found out what your last name is. There was only one family with that name when I was there.They’re close friends. They lived across the street from Ms.Enrietta.

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  4. @ Luiza : I’m over it na. MY heart is finally whole again, with stitches and scars nga lang hehe!

    @ bh : All the Cortezes in Cabling are my relatives. Hehehe!

    I know Sobrepena (nasa US na sila but we’re still in touched), Caluza (wala na sila dun) Padua (andun pa din), the rest di ko alam, baka sa mukha kilala ko, dami na kasing bago dun.

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  5. @ Did you mean “Manang Rita” (Enrietta), that house across them is my father’s ancestral house, that’s where I grew up, then we later moved to Rosa Gonzales, just the next street.

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  6. yes, that’s who I mean. i know I mispelled the name. it may have been enriqueta.

    what’s your dad’s first name? and his nickname?

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  7. That is the quickest fix .. loving on the rebound. But may also be shortlived, di ba? And so the cycle continues.

    Eh … okay ka na! You found na your Indian prince pogi.

    Stay happy, Mitch.

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