What Does A Broken Heart Look Like ?

September19
By: Nat

So far in my 46 years of life  I have had very few instances of heartbreak. Thru the journey of life we lose important people close to us, or certain things come to a tragic end. My parents are moving on in age,  the natural progression of life is that the elders pass on before the young, however we know that is not true. My family is still in tact, they are all still here with me and I have to live and experience it for as long as I have it.

Some  people face a broken heart earlier in life. I wonder if someone can be so emotionally scarred that they never live an open honest life of being vulnerable ever again? Our brain and our heart, two of the major life sustaining organs we live by that effect our emotional and physical wellness.  Most people expose their heart to the people they love. It can bring you to your knees when you have journeyed through life with the most beautiful unconditional loves your heart and mind have been privileged to experience.

We do not always do the best with our time, or really show or verbalize our truest vulnerable self, we all do what we know how at the time, that is why we have to dig deep within our self  when we want to be an example of what we want in our life.  When our communication and actions do not convey or express what we truly want to say, or what we need, we should always aspire to strive for that, be better to ourselves and to the world inclusive around us! We never know when things will no longer be visible, tangible, responsive, final to us.

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