You can live a full life and not suffer a broken bone, but you are unlikely to live a full life and not suffer a broken heart.
A broken bone is a broken bone and relatively simple to fix. A broken heart is a broken spirit – the sum of the emotional turbulence that follows the loss or rejection of a friend, a lover, a relationship.
Complex emotional turbulence including depression, anxiety, embarrassment, humiliation, confusion, distress, grief, sadness, apprehension, stress. Fixing a broken heart requires a change of emotional perspective to calm the turbulence: a friend was devastated when the guy she was seeing dumped her. Then her mother kindly pointed out how everyone thought he was way too short for her anyway. He was…
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